Consider this – most U.S. motorists register 13,476 miles on their odometer every year. Sound light? Sound hefty? All relative of course, but if you have a 36,000-mile warranty, that coverage will run dry in just two and a half years. Not too long in the grand scheme of things, and once said warranty wears out, you’re left covering the bill for all fix-its – minor or major.
Bottom line, you want to buy a car with a long warranty because that will save money. Some things are complicated – learning Japanese, becoming a successful football player, curing cancer. This is not one of those things. Better warranties equal a happier you. Let’s now get to the happy brands.
At 4 years, 50,000 miles, to say this is a great deal is in a phrase – something you would not say. In fact, 4 years at 50,000 is quite common (as you’ll see) [...]