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Friday, September 17, 2010

The Facts Behind Why You Require An Suv Contract

By Vivian Summers

When you decide to buy a new car, it's a very important decision to make for a car is a major investment next to a home. Buying a car is clearly a major investment. There are many new cars in the market today, that are competing for your money with appealing new and better models. However, one important thing that you have to take a close look at is the warranty.

When you're making the choice of which car to get, it's important to make sure that you check out the warranties included with the car and it's also important to compare them from car to car. You may think that all car warranties are the same, but not all are created equal. There would be some who will be willing to cover the non-wear features of the car either up to three years or 36,000 miles, or whichever comes first. Then, there are those that will cover repairs up to 10 years or 100,000 miles. It is important to find the details of the warranty, since it will help you make a choice whether or not to seek extended warranty or not. The first step is being able to understand the parts of a warranty, as well as the difference between a new car and extended warranties.

The new car warranty, generally, has two parts 'Bumper to bumper' which covers everything besides the 'wear' features like the brakes and tires, and the power train that covers all part that allow the car to move like the engine and the transmission. This is why a comparison of the warranties of any new car that you purchase must be made.

There are not many extend warranties that cover everything on a car that may go wrong, so make sure you read the warranty very carefully to find out what is covered and what is not. Remember your past cars and the repair and maintenance that you expect during the years if the contract outlines that it covers everything except a few select items.

There are some extended warranties, however, which covers parts that are most likely to break as well as parts that will wear out. But it bears repeating that you should read thoroughly the contract and have an understanding of how they can affect the cost of the car when you finally buy it. It's important to compare and contrast before you make the final decision when it comes to warranties. Take a close look at the contract to see what and what is not covered under the warranty. If you do this, you can make the best possible choice about which car to purchase. It is important to take the needed time to do some research.

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