Chrysler is world-renowned as one of the “big three” car manufacturers in North America. Specializing in luxury cars and Canada’s first-ever hybrid minivan, Chrysler has proven that the legendary brand can adapt to an ever-changing marketplace for nearly a century, with a focus on customer satisfaction and an industry-leading warranty.
Over the years, the Chrysler lineup has been recipients of a variety of awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, U.S. News & World Report, and more. To this day, the Chrysler brand prides itself on representing class, elegance, and style especially for Canadians living in Ontario urban centers such as Toronto and Mississauga.
WARRANTY WORLD OFFERS
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.
5/100 Powertrain Limited Warranty: All new Chrysler vehicles are backed by a five year or over 100,000 km fully transferable Powertrain warranty with $0 deductible, including towing to the nearest Chrysler dealer. This covers all the factory-installed components and anything defective found in the powertrain.
3-Year/60,000 Basic Limited Warranty: The Basic Limited Warranty covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair any item on your vehicle when it left the manufacturing plant that is defective in material, workmanship or factory preparation.
24 Hour Roadside Assistance Service: Canadian weather is full of surprises. Tires go flat in inclement weather conditions, and even the healthiest of batteries can fail during the intense cold. That’s where roadside assistance comes in, and it’s just a phone call away. Chrysler’s roadside assistance is at the ready if you ever experience an emergency.
Rust-through Warranty: Chrysler Warranty Canada covers instances where rust has eaten a hole through your vehicle’s body, and the basic coverage extends to all body sheet metal for 5 years, or up to 160,000 kilometers (whichever is reached first.)
Emissions Warranty: Emissions rules differ between Canada and the US, and even between provinces. The Chrysler basic warranty will vary depending on federal and provincial regulations. You can find detailed emissions information in your owners manual or check with your local Chrysler Canada vehicle dealer.
Additional Coverage: The Pacifica Hybrid high voltage battery is covered for 10 years or 160,000 kilometers*.
BRIEF HISTORY OF CHRYSLER
Founded in 1925 by Walter Chrysler, the company was acquired by Daimler-Benz in 1998, and finally Fiat S.p.A in 2014 to form Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA.) The first Chrysler model debuted in 1924 and featured two significant innovations for the time-a light, powerful, high-compression six-cylinder engine, and four-wheel hydraulic brakes. Since its inception, it has been a goal of Chrysler engineers to create revolutionary cars while remaining true to their uniquely American legacy.
Though the lineup has gone through many changes over the years along with brands like Dodge and Viper being spun off, today's Chrysler lineup focuses on 2 key models: the 300, and the Pacifica.
Chrysler Pacifica LX
The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica ranks in the top half of the minivan class, in part because of its lengthy list of tech and convenience features and its high-quality interior. This Chrysler has a high-end cabin that remains quiet even at high speeds making it perfect for out-of-town travel. Explore what Canada has to offer with the Pacifica LX’s 3.6L Pentastar Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V6 engine with ESS technology, and 9-speed automatic transmission. Chrysler Pacifica offers just about everything you could want from a modern family vehicle and helps establish the elusive coolness factor in the minivan market.
Chrysler 300 S
Representing the pinnacle of Chrysler’s commitment to luxury and class, the 300 S is one of Chrysler’s leading models and the result of nearly a century’s worth of design and engineering experience. The Challenger is both commute and drag-strip ready, containing a 5.7L HEMI® Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V8 with FuelSaver Multi-Displacement System (MDS) and TorqueFlite® 8-speed automatic transmission, making it one of the most technologically advanced AWD systems in its class. Its impressive highway fuel economy sits at Hwy 7.8L/100 KM (36 mpg.)
Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Touring
With unrivaled passenger comfort and cargo capacity for families and groups, the Chevrolet Pacifica model has been a leading minivan since its rollout and holds the honor of being Canada’s first hybrid van. Heralded as “the most technologically advanced minivan ever,” the Pacifica Hybrid Touring model contains 3.6L Pentastar Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V6 engine with ESS technology and 9-speed automatic transmission. The Pacifica Hybrid Touring model is designed for outdoor treks and family outings, seating up to eight passengers comfortably and immense impressive cargo space.
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.).
Chrysler Recalls List
Chrysler makes it easy to check for recall information. Not only are pertinent recall notices sent directly to vehicle owners, but there is also a wealth of information online for those who missed their notice. Whenever Chrysler is required to issue a recall due to safety or regulatory concerns, the issue tends to be dealt with promptly and with customer satisfaction in mind.
Ignoring a recall could lead to financial hardship or serious injury. For example, a faulty cruise control could lead to a serious accident on a highway. You can find out if your vehicle has any current unperformed or incomplete recalls or customer satisfaction notifications by checking the links below: