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Every new Buick owner knows they have protection from Buick and GM’s factory warranty. Unfortunately used Buick owners and Buick drivers who keep their cars for longer are left vulnerable to the high cost of repairs when their vehicles break down.
That’s why they need protection from a Buick extended warranty
However, just as no two American luxury cars are made equal, no two vehicle service contracts- commonly referred to as an extended auto warranty, are made the same. There are a lot of aspects that Buick owners don’t know about their extended warranty options.
And when it comes to keeping their cars on the road for longer and protected in case of eventual mechanical breakdown, Buick owners should consider Buick extended warranties for peace of mind behind the wheel.
In this article, we are going to set the record straight.
First, we will explore the main factory warranty provided by Buick and GM.
Then we are going to run through the terms of its coverage, the parts it protects, how it works as well as the terms and conditions.
Finally, we will go over your coverage options for continuing to protect your new, used, or certified pre-owned Buick vehicle from expensive repairs.
This article is going to answer every question you might have about Buick extended warranties.
Whenever you buy or even lease a new Buick, you get access to what Buick calls their “Buick Protection Program.” What this coverage does is fully back your vehicle with Buick’s “Zero Deductible New Vehicle Limited Warranty.”
|BUICK NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY|
|Buick 4-year/50,000-mile† Bumper-to-Bumper|
|Buick 6-year/70,000-mile† Powertrain Limited Warranty with no deductible|
|Buick 6-year/70,000-mile† 24/7 Roadside Assistance|
|Buick 6-year/70,000-mile† Courtesy Transportation|
|Buick 8-year/100,000-mile† eAssist Coverage|
|First Two Maintenance Visits Are Complimentary|
|Powertrain coverage 6 years/70,000 miles|
Note that Buick does not provide powertrain warranty coverage to used or certified pre-owned Buick vehicles. Only new Buick owners qualify for this coverage and it must be the original owner. These powertrain warranty parts include the most vital components to keep your car, truck, or SUV running.
That includes the following parts:
Buick, and their parent company GM, consider their warranty as a quality assurance rather than protection from breakdown costs. They have a brand reputation to maintain and want to make sure that every new Buick delivers what Buick promises. That’s why it’s still important to look into more options for extending your warranty once your coverage from Buick and GM expires.
You bought that Buick because it is one of the best-reviewed luxury vehicles in America. Those reviews stem from the reliability and a unique design that improves with each year. That means the longer you hold onto a Buick, the price to repair it will only go up.
Buick’s aren’t like other GM-made vehicles, they’re a lot closer to European and Asian-made luxury cars. That’s why Buick owners are more likely to pay for expensive repairs. This is especially true after the 6-years or 70,000-miles factory warranty ends.
Because Buick is are an American brand, most repair facilities nation-wide should have or at least easy access to Buick parts and components. However, these parts will usually be priced like premium or luxury products. After all, the Buick name comes at a cost.
the factory warranty expires. Not only is driving without protection an unnecessary risk, but Buick drivers will also be facing higher repair costs that most American-made vehicles should they drive without coverage.
That’s why every Buick owner should strongly consider supplementing the assurance that comes from Buick’s factory coverage with extended vehicle protection from a reputable third-party provider.
If you want to know when your Buick’s powertrain warranty expired, follow our chart below. If you want the more exact date of expiration, replace “January 1” with the date that you purchased your Buick car, crossover, or SUV.
Year Buick Purchased: Buick Warranty Expiration Date:
|January 1, 2018||January 1, 2024 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2017||January 1, 2023 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2016||January 1, 2022 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2015||January 1, 2011 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2014||January 1, 2010 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2013||January 1, 2019 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2012||January 1, 2018 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2011||January 1, 2017 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2010||January 1, 2014 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2009||January 1, 2015 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2008||January 1, 2014 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2007||January 1, 2013 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2006||January 1, 2012 or 70,000-miles|
|January 1, 2005||January 1, 2011 or 70,000-miles|
In recent years, the Buick Envision managed to become one of the top 5 best-selling new vehicles in America (hottest selling vehicles in America). It was initially developed for the Chinese market for its exceptional gas mileage and reliability as well as efficient emissions output.
This is why it became available for sale in the US market. Unfortunately, plans to continue the sale of the Chinese-manufactured vehicle in the US are still up in the air, even after high sales were reported. This does not affect this car’s life, but that does mean that support and comprehensive coverage for it in the future is less and less likely to be available with each passing year.
If you follow Consumer Reports, the most common Buick repairs tend to occur after the manufacturer’s warranty has expired. Consumer Reports also notes the high price for repairs since GM builds Buicks to use exclusively compatible parts.
It is common among drivers and even auto industry experts to refer to a mechanical or electrical breakdown as “the unexpected.” And while Buick might just be one of the most confident automakers in the world, unfortunately every car – including Buicks, can and will break down over time.
– Roadmaster (Water Pump Replacement)
– Terraza (Alternator Replacement)
– Verano (Head Gasket Replacement)
If you look at the repairs listed above, they may not seem like that big of an issue. But trust us, they are a big deal. Beyond being vital components of a car that needs to drive, these repairs can cost hundreds of dollars or more, depending on the severity of your repair.
In the following example, we will use a Buick Verano, since it is one of Buick’s most consistent-selling cars according to USA Today:
|Water Pump Replacement||from $511 to $918|
|Head Gasket Replacement||from $709 to $1343|
|Oil Pump Replacement||from $834 to $1401|
|Alternator Replacement||from $351 to $500|
|Door Window Motor Replacement||from $186 to $235|
|Starter Replacement||from $235 to $455|
This also means that the price of repairs and even general maintenance will continue to rise with every mile driven.
Once the Buick warranty expires, the burden falls on the driver to pay out of pocket for major repairs.
cost for these repairs can begin in the hundreds and potentially increase upwards of thousands of dollars. That’s the kind of expense that no Buick owner would reasonably expect. And yet the unthinkable happens, no Buick driver should be left vulnerable to the high cost of repair bills. That is why they should consider vehicle protection.
Buick drivers like luxury but prefer it with an American-made twist. A Buick driver isn’t like other drivers, and that is why there should be a Buick protection plan that goes beyond the scope of a GM vehicle warranty to suit a Buick’s driver’s unique driving habits and coverage needs.
Third-Party companies, like Endurance, focus solely on vehicle protection. That is why they are not limited the way the industry limits automakers. There are available options for both new and used vehicle owners from third-party companies can go further and be fully customizable compared to automakers like GM.
A Buick vehicle protection plan would not only cover the same repairs that Buick and GM’s manufacturer’s warranty are designed for, but they can also cover more depending on what your Buick car, SUV, or Crossover qualifies.
Endurance makes it their business to protect Buick drivers from both the high cost of repairs and eventual vehicle breakdowns. Endurance also strives to exist as an option for when the terms of a factory warranty seem inflexible or are just plain unavailable for drivers.
Endurance can go above and beyond Buick and GM warranties when it comes to providing all new and used Buick owners vehicle coverage that includes:
In addition, Endurance makes it so that every plan is fully transferable. If you decide to pass that Buick on to a new owner whether they are friend or family or even just a total stranger, that next driver who gets your pre-owned Buick can have the same protection that you did.
General Motors is one of the largest automotive companies in the world, and as such, they have tremendous resources when it comes to ensuring that Buick lives up to its name. And that is the big reason why Buick warranties are primarily focused on ensuring confidence in their cars, and not protecting vehicles from breakdowns.
Buick and GM would prefer you purchase a new Buick rather than continue to drive the one you already purchased past the manufacturer’s warranty has expired. And that is why Endurance works to provide coverage options to only add to that confidence for the road ahead.
With extended vehicle coverage from Endurance, Buick owners will be able to drive safe knowing that should any unfortunate mechanical breakdown repairs be needed, they will be taken care of. Endurance continues from where the automaker leaves off. And no driver should wait to get their quote for extended coverage!
The earlier a Buick driver looks into extended vehicle protection, the likelihood of any lapse in coverage will be reduced. An added benefit is that the earlier you consider your extended vehicle protection options, the more likely will be completely protected from expensive auto repairs at the best possible price.
Endurance has been a leading nationwide provider of vehicle protection for more than a decade! Vehicle service contracts, commonly referred to as extended auto warranties are hugely beneficial especially when you shop directly with us as opposed to working with dealerships. Beyond the coverage itself you also have other perks and privileges:
Buick maintains a tight grip on quality control. That’s how they have stayed in the auto industry for more than a century. Knowing that fact is a huge reason why Endurance feels comfortable working directly with Buick owners to help keep these great examples of American automobile engineering cars up and running for however long they need.
It doesn’t matter if you prefer the luxury sedan that is the Verano, the internationally renowned Envision, or the maneuverability of an Enclave: all Buick owners should save thousands on car repairs. A Buick is an investment. Endurance’s unique focus on vehicle protection and as such every coverage option is built around the needs of every individual Buick driver.
Coverage from Endurance can cover repairs for the following components:
More Information for Buick Owners:
Buick has deep roots in General Motors and the entire American auto industry. We highly recommend reading that as it’s a fascinating story. If you would like to know more about Buick, their cars but also the ways they continue to build and also protect them, feel free to browse any of the sites we listed below.
Buick owners are a class unto themselves, and they should know the ins and outs of their car and what it will experience as they continue to drive it for a long time. No driver, let alone Buick drivers should be forced to pay directly out of pocket for all too common repairs. That’s why you should check out all the information and buy with knowing that Endurance will continue to protect your Buick for the road ahead.
Buick Customer Service Phone Number: 1-800-521-7300
Buick Company Website: Buick.com
New/Used Buick Auto Recalls: https:GM RECALL CENTER
General Recalls, Problems, and Defects: NHTSA.gov/Recalls
Buick Owner Reviews: ConsumerReports.com/Buick
*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended auto warranty”, but is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and an administrator that states what’s a covered repair and what’s not. Endurance is an administrator of VSCs and does not sell warranties.*
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