One of the perks of having a new car is the assurances of a warranty. Not all warranties are created equal and may be dependent upon miles or time. And as a consumer, it's in your best interest to read the warranty to understand what is covered, how much is covered and what action/inaction could negate your warranty.
But what happens when your warranty is set to expire?
If your warranty is about to run out, it's in your best interest to have your car inspected to understand what potential repairs are looming ahead. Research your car make and model for common repairs-Subarus tend to need gasket repairs, Toyota Prius' have faulty Center Multi-Function displays and many SUVs can have troubles with transmissions. Will the possibilities of these repairs break the bank? Knowing what potential repairs (and their cost!) can make a difference on whether you will buy a new car or repair your current one. Furthermore, check online for any recalls for your car.
At Lance's Superior Auto, I can inspect your car and help you to understand the cost and longevity of future repairs. I will provide a visual inspection, brief test drive, check for any pending engine codes and offer a vehicle-wide diagnostic analysis. Many cars offer a 36,000-mile/3-year warranty, but are cost-effective to run well past 100,000 miles with proper care and preventative maintenance. And having a trusted mechanic who understands all the car brands can benefit you in the long run.
Lance's Superior Auto Service
30775 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite D, Wilsonville, OR 97070