• Warranty


A car warranty is an insurance product placed on a car to protect the owner against the cost of unexpected mechanical failure and other expensive repair bills. Sometimes referred to as mechanical breakdown insurance, car warranties are vitally important to those of you who are out purchasing a new or used car.

Why purchase a warranty?

When buying a new vehicle, the cost of repairs may be the last thing on your mind. However, even brand new vehicles may suffer mechanical breakdowns or require electrical repair due to unforeseen circumstances. That is where having a good warranty comes in very handy.

With the cost of running a car these days seemingly being higher than ever, having to fork out for extra repair costs can prove frustrating. Therefore, having a good warranty, covering you for a prolonged period of time, is a fantastic idea. You can have peace of mind, knowing that if you do end up having to send your car to the garage, you aren’t going to be the one footing the bill.

Your warranty will cover you for any electrical and mechanical repairs as well as covering the cost of spare parts and labour. The price of the warranty is determined based on the make and model of the car, and whether it is new or second hand.

We are able to offer warranties on all of our vehicles. Just speak to one of our team members to find out more.

Most people purchase brand new cars due to the fact that they tend to come with an extended warranty, protecting you for a long period of time. However, here at Haven Motors, we also offer warranties on our second hand cars, meaning you can get rest assured knowing you're in safe hands.

For more information about warranties here at Haven Motors, fill in the enquiry form below, or give our friendly and helpful team a call on 01403 891700.

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