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Will Chrysler’s Lifetime Powertrain Warranty be too Tempting to Pass Up?

Posted in Chrysler by will bee | July 29th, 2007 | Leave a Reply |


Chrysler has announced that they will be offering a Lifetime Warranty on the powertrains of nearly all the products they own. Some stipulations and conditions apply to the warranty but it still is a very bold move by a company in transition. It almost seems as though Chrysler is the debutant of the Automotive Industry as they are constantly doing something to gain headlines.

The new Lifetime Warranty covers the engine, transmission and drive system for all parts and labor for the lifetime that the buyer owns the car. The powertrain warranty does not transfer when the original buyers sells or trades their car, but that does not takeaway from the giant leap they are taking with the offer. A leap that no other auto manufacturer has dared. While Hyundai has a 10 yr/100,000 mile warranty, the Chrysler warranty (assuming you are someone who can hold onto a car this long) will last its owner from 10 years, 1 day to a lifetime beyond the Hyundai warranty.

The Lifetime Powertrain Warranty covers all three brands consisting of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep.

To read more about Chrysler’s official release that details the Lifetime Powertrain Warranty pay a visit to WindingRoad. You will also see new ads popping up on TV already as Jeep commercials are already in rotation.

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