Breakdowns can be problematic for any car owner, whether it be an accident or from years of continued use. Have peace of mind as you travel in your Chevrolet vehicle with Warranty World Canada’s Comprehensive list of warranties. We offer warranties that are varied and can cover vehicles of any age, model or mileage.
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Whether your car is just out of the dealership or you’ve had it for over a decade, be assured while you drive that you’ll be covered by one of Warranty World’s comprehensive warranties, available for vehicles of any year.
It doesn’t matter if you’re driving the latest top-of-the-line luxury vehicle or a rare discontinued variant, Warranty World has warranty plans available for your vehicle. Drive with ease of mind knowing that your car will be covered in the event of any issues.
Warranty World has warranty plans available for any mileage on your car, whether it's 1,000 or 100,000 kilometers, you can drive confidently knowing that Warranty World has your back in the event of a breakdown.
Detailed below are some of the things covered Chevrolet’s 2019 warranty, please check your specific model’s warranty information packet for other parts and systems in your vehicle that may also be covered.
The base Warranty for Chevrolet Vehicles is the first 3 years or first 60,000 kilometers traveled, whichever comes first. The powertrain is covered for the first 5 years or first 100,000 kilometers traveled, whichever comes first. Sheet metal corrosion is covered for the first 3 years or first 60,000 kilometers traveled, whichever comes first and rust through is covered for the first 6 years or 160,000 kilometers traveled, whichever comes first.
The Chevrolet Volt, Bolt EV, and Malibu Hybrid have a longer coverage term with the first 8 years or first 160,000 kilometers traveled, whichever comes first.
The warranty covers repairs, including parts and labor of any covered part of your Chevrolet vehicle, for any defect from the manufacturing process (i.e. materials work workmanship defects).
BRIEF HISTORY OF CHEVROLET
Chevrolet is one of the most storied car manufacturers, being there at the dawn of the automotive age. Founded in November 3rd, 1911 by Louis Chevrolet and ousted General Motors founder William C. Durant, Chevrolet has been a leader in the industry for over a century and is one of Ford, the first ever car manufacturer’s earliest rivals. The Chevy is an icon of American culture, being in the public consciousness the entire time it has been in the market. Chevrolet provides vehicles for every need and every budget imaginable, selling sedans, hatchbacks and SUVs with prices ranging from $10,000 to $60,000, all the way to trucks for commercial use.
The Spark is the Chevrolet’s smallest and most budget friendly offering, starting at $9,999. This compact model is designed for city use and is built with connectivity in mind with 4G/LTE capabilities. Drive through the city with style and safety with its built in rear camera LATCH system for children’s seats and a comprehensive airbag system.
The Equinox is one of Chevrolet’s SUV offerings. Starting at $26,700, the Equinox comes equipped with a 170 horsepower engine and a fuel efficiency of 6 liters per 100 kilometers. This model also comes equipped with a number of unique safety features, most notable of which is a Teen Driver mode which assists with young drivers starting out. This model has been called the “Most reliable compact SUV in the USA” in 2018 based on a survey made on the 2015 models of this vehicle.
The Suburban is Chevrolet’s largest SUV offering. Starting at $59,200, this model combines the utility and space of an SUV and the luxuries of a premium car, all with a fuel efficiency of 15 liters per 100 kilometers through a 355 horsepower engine. With a seating capacity of 9 and built with 4G/LTE hotspot capabilities, two rows of heated seats, 14 charging ports and a towing capacity of over 3,600 kilograms, this is a premium choice for families who like to travel.
Here at Warranty World, we’re able to resolve virtually every issue you may experience. Cylinder heads and the engine block may cause you some trouble, but not worry, Warranty World has that covered. It’s important to note however that the above is not covered if related to overheating (regardless of what the cause may be). Warranty World also covers any and all parts that are known to be lubricated. This includes the following; camshafts, crankshafts, bearings of all types, connection points and connection rods, gears, timing chains, belts, tensioners, rocker arms, all valves, pistons, valve guides, valve springs, all other valve parts, all lubricated pins and pin assemblies, as well as piston rings and similar parts. It is important to note that diesel fuel injection systems are not included under our coverage.
Here at Warranty World, all things transmission are covered. Your transmission is what handles gears and various similar systems. Examples being RWD, AWD, FWD, and all systems. Ever put your car into reverse? Ever heard it shift through gears? Well, that’s your transmission. Warranty World covers all parts relating to this, excluding all components related to any manual clutch assembly your car may be equipped with.
Curious as to what your transfer case does? Well, this is responsible for changing between gear setups in eligible cars. For example, most pickup trucks have the ability to change from either RWD or AWD, and become 4WD. Rather than only two wheels utilizing power, now all four wood. As you may already understand, the transfer case is incredibly important, and Warranty World has it covered when it’s damaged from within.
Warranty World covers virtually everything that relates to differentials, except for 4WD locking mechanisms, as these are unrelated to the differential. Coverage is applicable when damage comes from within, meaning all internal parts are covered.
Both these systems allow for excellent performance across all vehicles equipped with them, however, they tend to go through a lot of strain when the vehicle is driven hard. In order to further protect these systems, they have been covered by Warranty World. This warranty covers all internal parts, and some external parts (housings, casings, etc.).
Chevrolet Recalls List
Manufacturing problems are an inevitability. Most of the time, these are rare, only affecting individual vehicles which can be easily be replaced, but sometimes, a severe manufacturing oversight is found in a certain model vehicle. At times like these, companies will issue recalls. As a driver, you have to know when these recalls are announced and if the model vehicle you own may be affected. These manufacturing defects, if not properly handled, may result in severe injury, and even loss of life. Listed below are recall announcements for Chevrolet vehicles, make sure you check back often to see if your vehicle is among those included in a product recall.