What You Need to Know about Honda’s Extended Warranty

Honda’s Extended Warranty Omaha
Buy a new Honda vehicle, and you will be asked if you want to invest in the extended warranty. This warranty will complement the standard one that comes with all Honda vehicles, giving you extra peace of mind. It essentially offers the same features as the standard warranty, with some exceptions, but for a longer duration.

Honda’s Limited Warranty

Every new Honda comes with a Limited Warranty. This includes 36,000 miles/3 years of coverage for the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, a 60,000-mile/5-year Limited Powertrain Warranty, a 36,000-mile/3-year Accessory Limited Warranty, a 1-year warranty on Replacement Parts, and an unlimited-mile/5-year Corrosion Limited Warranty. It also includes 36,000 miles/3 years of Roadside Assistance. If you want to, you can supplement this with the Extended Warranty through Honda.

Extended Warranty OptionsHonda Warranty Omaha

The Extended Warranty from Honda is referred to as Honda Care, and there are several options available. When you buy a Honda, you automatically get New Vehicle Coverage or Pre-Owned Vehicle Coverage, depending on your vehicle. If you have a pre-owned model, you can also get Powertrain Coverage. All models can get Certified Additional Coverage.

The Certified Additional Coverage will reimburse you for a rental car. It also covers the drivetrain, including the transmission, axles, differential, and engine. In terms of electronics, it provides coverage for the electrical system, electronic components, and computers. Chassis coverage includes brake, steering, and suspension systems. The extended warranty also takes care of Honda Genuine Accessories, the air conditioning, and the cooling and heating systems.

Talk to the team at O’Daniel Honda in Omaha, Nebraska, about adding the extended warranty to your Honda vehicle. In some cases, you may be able to add this coverage after your purchase, so it is worth asking.

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