Chrysler Extended Warranty: Does it Even Exist?
Searching for a Chrysler extended warranty? Are you sure? You might have better luck finding a unicorn, mermaid, or maybe even Bigfoot. Find out why these mythological creatures might be easier to track down than an extended auto warranty from Chrysler. No seriously, it just might be! Keep reading to find out what we’re talking about.
The reason we scoff at your search is because of that tricky word ‘warranty’. Many companies use this word to inaccurately label their products. According to the Vehicle Protection Association, only a manufacturer can produce a warranty. This means that unless your extended warranty comes from Chrysler itself, it isn’t technically a warranty.
What you’re actually buying is a vehicle service contract (sometimes called extended service plan, extended service contract, etc). These are contracts that work similarly to a factory warranty, in which they pay for labor, parts, and taxes for repairs.
Because these companies are not selling contracts that come directly from Chrysler, it means they are technically not considered a Chrysler extended warranty. But they sure do come in handy when repairs are needed!
Let’s try and clear this up for you a little bit. Do us a favor and do a Google search for a Chrysler extended warranty. Wait, you don’t actually have to do that, we’ve already done it for you. Below are the top three results from Google.
Each of these websites seems like they could offer a Chrysler warranty, but do they really?
- The first site is called chryslerwarrantys.com, sounds legitimate right? Well, one thing we would point out is that they spell ‘warranties’ as ‘warranty’. We’re not trying to split hairs, but based on this spelling error, we don’t really know what a consumer is getting into. After clicking on the link we found that it’s actually a car dealer in Wisconsin selling vehicle service contracts. (So no, not a Chrysler extended warranty.)
- The second site is actually the official Chrysler website. It features a company called Mopar that actually manufactures some of Chrysler’s parts. We have no doubt that they offer a valid product, but there are some policy limitations and it can only be placed on new vehicles. (Although ‘backed by Chrysler’, they are still not produced by them, meaning it’s not a warranty.)
- The third website is called chryslerfactoryplans.com, another official sounding name. This site is owned by another car dealer in Michigan and sells protection plans for his vehicles. They do sell a product that is eligible for used cars, however, they have restrictions for coverage such as vehicle age (under 4 years) and mileage (48,000 or less). (You guessed it! Not a Chrysler extended warranty! You’re so good at this!)
Now, it isn’t our intention to ‘bad mouth’ or shows any disrespect to these companies. In fact, these companies are all probably very reputable businesses in their respective locations. We are just trying to prove the point that it does not exist because Chrysler does not directly produce one.
Things to Know Before Buying:
It is our job to provide the best Chrysler extended warranty coverage on the market. An extended Chrysler warranty from Endurance is absolutely risk-free. We give customers the opportunity to try our warranties for up to 30 days with our unconditional money-back guarantee. Most importantly, all of our policies are backed by familiar and well-respected insurance companies with a long history of paying claims. There is literally nothing to lose and everything to gain from protecting your vehicle.
Knowing when and how your vehicle might break down could save you time and money. While you can’t predict the future, you can research the history of your make and model, and prepare yourself early. Use the information below to become familiar with your vehicle’s reliability and safety history.
Regular oil changes are critical for the maintenance of Chrysler’s 2.7-liter V-6 engine. Improper care can lead to sludge damage, due to a decision by the engine developers to use less oil than usual in the engine.
We offer our comprehensive coverage at wholesale prices. Customers can also apply for financing through Endurance Warranty. Especially when compared to the inevitable and often steep cost of repairs as vehicle ages, an extended Chrysler warranty offers the kind of savings that gives owners peace of mind.
So instead of wasting time looking for something that doesn’t exist! Endurance can offer your Chrysler the protection it needs! Call us today to get your free quote, your Chrysler will thank you and so will your wallet!
More About Chrysler:
For more information about Chrysler’s performance history, visit one of the sites below. You’ll want to know what kind of breakdowns to expect when the Chrysler warranty provided by the manufacturer runs out. A little research can go a long way. So does a reliable Chrysler extended warranty from Endurance.
Company Phone Number: 1-800-521-9922
Company Website: www.chrysler.com
Recalls, Problems & Defects: www.internetautoguide.com
Chrysler Engine Warning: www.autosafety.org/chrysler
General Automotive Recalls: www.consumeraffairs.com
*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended 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 a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not. Endurance is an administrator of VSCs and does not sell warranties.*
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Alex has worked in the automotive service industry for over 20 years. After graduating from one of the country’s top technical schools, he worked as a technician achieving a Master Technician certification. He also has experience as a service advisor and service manager. Read more about Alex.