A new year is among us, and has been for quite some time. And with every fresh start to that new set of 365-days, it brings the promise of laughter, love, and adventure. But for some of us, the New Year brings an end to those Happy Honda Days commercials featuring Michael Bolton. If you haven’t seen them, find them here, but you’ve been warned! Read more below to find important information about your vehicle’s reliability and safety history that can help you make a smart choice.
But it’s no wonder that those commercials were on about 5-times every hour, Honda makes a darn good car. But while many manufacturers put out an admirable product, like Honda, they will eventually begin to break down over time causing the need for a safety net for drivers. This life-saving apparatus comes in the form of a Honda extended warranty.
This Japanese car manufacturer has been in the US marketplace for years but has recently started to challenge some of the “home grown” makers such as Ford and Chevrolet for market share. In 2013, they had three models that were among the Top 20 Best Selling Vehicles of the Year: the Honda Accord, Civic, and CR-V. And with so many Hondas on the road, one must think that many must eventually break down or require repair. And this is where a Honda extended warranties come in.
So What Does a Honda Extended Warranty Cover?
Power Train– This plan will cover the most important, and most expensive, components on your vehicle. These include: engine, drive axle, transmission, transfer case, and more.
Stated Component– A substantial step above the Power Train plan, Stated Component coverage protects all major mechanisms listed previously but expands to cover more high-tech items, such as: air conditioner, cooling system, steering, suspension, fuel system, and more.
Exclusionary– Also known as full coverage, this plan consists of so many parts that it will cover, that it instead lists what isn’t covered. Those are considered exclusions to the policy, hence the name: exclusionary coverage.
And What Does it Cost?
Alas, we reach the million dollar question. No, coverage does not cost millions of dollars, it is surprisingly affordable. While we cannot give you an exact Honda extended warranty price unless you request a quote and we gather your driving information, we can at least give you an estimated cost.
Generally speaking, the average cost for coverage on your Honda is in the $350-450 per year range. But it is all dependent on numerous factors that will determine the final price of your plan.
Being that it is now 2014, it means all previous models are now a year older. This means that your factory coverage has gotten a year closer to expiration, or worse, has already expired. Get your free quote today and be on your way to worry-free driving.
What to Know before Buying:
Honda customers sometimes complain of problems that lie outside the scope of the manufacturer’s warranty, which nevertheless cause trouble and expense, such as faulty ignition switches or gear shifting issues. However, these issues luckily will be covered by your third party coverage that you purchase from Endurance.
Your safety is the most important part of the extended Honda Warranty package. As a bonus, all of our warranty plans include roadside assistance, car rental, and trip interruption benefits. When they need it, customers can be sure to reach a helpful representative at any time of day or night.
Just because you can’t control the road, doesn’t mean you have to worry about keeping your vehicle investment secure. Vehicles wear down, but a Honda Extended Warranty doesn’t. Avoid costly repairs and hassle by preparing now with a vehicle protection plan from Endurance.
What’s more, an extended Honda warranty from Endurance Warranty is risk free. As an extended warranty client, you have the opportunity to try the product for up to 30 days with a money-back guarantee. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available to answer your questions and help you make the selection that is right for you.
More About Honda:
For more information about Honda’s performance history and manufacturer’s warranty information, visit one of the sites below. You’ll want to know what kind of breakdowns to expect when the Honda warranty provided by the manufacturer runs out. A little research can go a long way, and so will a reliable Honda extended warranty from Endurance.
Company Phone Number: 1-800-999-1009
Company Website: www.honda.com
New/Used Auto Recalls: www.automallusa.net
Recalls, Defects, and Other Problems: www.internetautoguide.com/recalls
General Automotive Recalls: www.consumeraffairs.com/recalls_auto
*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.*