Land Rover Warranty
Land Rover has a relatively short power train warranty when compared to recent industry trends in length power train coverage. However, it does have competitive policies for bumper-to-bumper and corrosion coverage as well as battery repair or replacement.
- Land Rover offers a bumper-to-bumper warranty policy for four years or 50,000 miles. This policy covers any repairs, replacements or adjustments that are needed because of defective parts or defects in workmanship. Any parts that are replaced under this warranty are covered for one year or the balance of this warranty, whichever period of time is longer.
- The bumper-to-bumper coverage does not include items that are expected to wear out during the warranty period from normal use, such as brake pads and oil filters. It also does not cover any damages caused by accidents.
- Tires are not covered by Land Rover warranty. The tire manufacturer will have its own warranty against defective tires or workmanship.
- Towing for breakdowns that require repairs on parts under warranty is covered during the warranty period of four years or 50,000 miles.
- The Land Rover Corrosion Perforation Limited Warranty is in effect for six years with no limitation on mileage. In order to keep this coverage, the Land Rover must be inspected by a dealer every 12 months during the coverage period, starting from the date of the original sale of the vehicle. The corrosion warranty covers any rust damage that eats through the sheet metal of the vehicle body. There are a few Land Rover models, such as the Range Rover Sport, that come with a lifetime rust warranty against perforation.
- The battery that is original to the vehicle is covered for four years or 50,000 miles. This policy covers the 100 percent of the cost of repairs or replacements of the battery for the full term of the warranty.
- The power train warranty covers specific components of the transmission, drive system and engine for four years or 50,000 miles.
- Land Rover warranties are transferable to any subsequent owners of the vehicle, though the new owner must notify the company in writing for the warranty to transfer.
- A few Land Rover models have free maintenance coverage. The LR2, LR3 and all Range Rovers are covered for four free scheduled maintenance services. This coverage is in effect for four years or 50,000 miles.
- Roadside assistance is in effect for four years or 50,000 miles. This is 24-hour coverage in case of a flat tire, dead battery, a lock out, running out of fuel and other roadside emergencies. Trip interruption coverage is included in the policy. This provides for reimbursement for some trip expenses is a covered breakdown of the vehicle results in food and lodging costs.
- Service adjustments are not covered under warranty.
- An extended warranty is available from land Rover. The Land Rover Certified Plus Service Plan can add either one or two years to the standard coverage period. The extended warranty is good for up to 100,000 miles.
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