Understanding Vehicle Warranties

When it comes time to purchase your next vehicle, you might find yourself contemplating whether a powertrain warranty or a bumper to bumper warranty better suits your needs. Instead of pressuring our customers into making a decision they might regret, Barnes Crossing Hyundai wants to provide you with facts you need to make an informed decision.

A bumper-to-bumper warranty is often called a comprehensive warranty because it covers almost everything. Body panels, brakes, tires, glass and interior finishes are not covered. It's important to remember that because a bumper-to-bumper warranty covers more than a powertrain warranty the duration of coverage will typically be shorter.

A powertrain warranty covers the vehicle components that are often the most expensive to repair. This includes the engine, transmission and drivetrain.

No matter which warranty you decide on, our sales team will walk you through every step of the car buying process. Stop by our Tupelo showroom today!

 
 
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