Basic Manufacturer Warranty:
This is the specific terms established by each manufacturer to repair vehicles for a specified mileage and/or time period. All factory installed parts are covered against defects and workmanship. This
"bumper-to-bumper" warranty is always the most comprehensive.
The portion that begins after the basic warranty expires. Typically, this covers only the engine and transmission. Many powertrain warranties are not transferable to new owners. Check your manufacturer warranty
booklet for further details.
Federal Emissions Warranty
The Federal Emissions Warranty guidelines are based on federal regulations and apply to vehicles in all 50 states. Vehicles are covered by two types of emissions control system warranty, "Emission Defect
Warranty" and "Emissions Performance Warranty".
Depending on the state you live in, the Performance Warranty is for 3 years/50,000 miles. The Defect Warranty is generally consistent with the manufacturer's bumper-to-bumper warranty with certain parts (catalytic converter and
electronic emissions controls (PCM) for up to 8 years/80,000 miles. Please refer to your owner's manual for your exact emissions warranty.
Covers rust-through perforation on sheet metal for a specified term. Surface corrosion from scratched, nicks and dents are not covered. Please refer to your owner's manual for your exact corrosion