WARRANTY

Chevrolet has you covered.

With a warranty from Chevrolet, you can drive confidently knowing your new vehicle is backed with outstanding service and coverage.

BUMPER-TO-BUMPER AND POWERTRAIN COVERAGE

THOUSANDS OF DEALERS TO HANDLE REPAIRS

TECHS TRAINED SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUR VEHICLE

FULLY TRANSFERABLE TO NEW OWNERS

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New Vehicle Warranties

Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty

Covers the entire vehicle for repairs, including parts and labor, to correct any defect in materials or workmanship for 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. 

 

Also includes:

 

  • Warranty coverage on tires against defects in material or workmanship (NOTE: wear-out is not considered a defect)
  • Towing to the nearest authorized dealership for warranty repairs

What is Not Covered

 

  • Routine maintenance
  • Slight noise, vibrations or other normal characteristics of the vehicle
  • Damage due to accident, misuse, insufficient maintenance or alteration

 

Go here for a full list of what is and what is not covered.

Powertrain Limited Warranty

Covers the components below for repairs, including parts and labor, due to defects in materials and/or workmanship for the duration of the warranty. Typical powertrain warranties last for 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first, but other durations are available.
 

Covered components include:

 

  • Engine — Components such as engine block, cylinder head, manifolds, timing gears, oil pump, all internally lubricated parts, seals, gaskets and internal electrical components
  • Transmission/Transaxle and Transfer Case (if equipped) — Components such as the case, all internally lubricated parts, mounts, seals, gaskets, and internal electrical components
  • Drive Systems — Components such as propeller shafts, universal joints, constant-velocity joints, axle shafts, bearings, final-drive housings, and all internally lubricated parts

What is Not Covered


Components such as:

 

  • Sensors
  • Wiring
  • Connectors
  • Radiators
  • Hoses
  • Coolant
  • Cooling lines

 

Go here for a full list of what is and what is not covered.

Emission Control Systems Warranty

The Federal Emissions Control Warranty covers your vehicle’s emission control systems. Additionally, if your vehicle conforms to or is certified for California regulations, it may also be covered by the California Emission Control System Warranty. Go here to see if the California Emissions Control System Warranty applies to your vehicle.
 
For any emissions-related component that requires repair, the warranty that has the broadest coverage applies.  

Federal Emissions Control System Warranty

 

Warranty coverage depends on the type of vehicle and the emissions component.
 
Light Duty Car or Truck

  • Emissions-related components are warranted for 2 years of 24,000 miles, whichever comes first
  • Select emissions-related components are warranted for 8 years or 80,000 miles, whichever comes first. Covered components include: catalytic converters, engine control module, transmission control module and other diagnostic-emissions-critical electronic control units 

 

Heavy Duty Truck

  • Emissions-related components are warranted for 8 years of 80,000 miles, whichever comes first

 

Go here for a full list of what is and what is not covered.

California Emission Control System Warranty

 

Warranty coverage depends on the type of vehicle and the emissions component.
 
Light Duty Car or Truck

  • Emissions-related components are warranted for 3 years of 50,000 miles, whichever comes first
  • Select emissions-related components are warranted for 7 years or 70,000 miles, whichever comes first

 

Heavy Duty Truck

  • Emissions-related components are warranted for 5 years or 50,000 miles (gasoline engines) or 5 years or 100,000 miles (diesel engines), whichever comes first

 

Transitional Zero Emission Vehicle (TZEV) 

  • Emissions-related components are warranted for 15 years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first
  • TZEV Hybrid Batteries are covered for 10 years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first

 

Go here for a full list of what is and what is not covered.

Roadside Assistance

If you have a flat tire, run out of gas or find yourself stranded, you have access to highly-trained advisors 24/7/365 to get you the help you need. For terms and duration, check your Roadside Assistance plan.

 

Services include:

 

  • Towing to the nearest authorized dealer
  • Vehicle unlock service
  • Flat tire change
  • Battery jump start
  • Emergency fuel delivery

 

Go here for more details.

Courtesy Transportation

If your vehicle requires warranty repairs during the coverage period, the following are available:

 

  • Alternate transportation
       -AND/OR-
  • Reimbursement of certain transportation expenses

 

Refer to your Owner’s Manual or consult your dealer for more details.

Corrosion Protection

All body and sheet metal components are warranted against corrosion for the duration of the warranty.

 

Coverage periods typically last for 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, but other durations may be available.

Rust-Through Protection

All body and sheet metal components are warranted against rust through — an actual hole in the panel — for the duration of the warranty.

 

Coverage periods typically last for 6 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, but other durations may be available.

First Maintenance Visit

When you purchase or lease a new GM vehicle, your first service visit is covered. This includes an oil change, multi-point vehicle inspection and a tire rotation (4 tires).
 

The service visit must occur at a participating dealer within the first year of vehicle delivery. Does not include air filters. Other restrictions apply.  

HOW TO OBTAIN A WARRANTY REPAIR

  • Warranty work needs to be completed by a GM dealer
  • Work done at independent shops may not be eligible for reimbursement
  • The vehicle needs to be diagnosed by a GM dealer first before they can determine if the warranty will cover the repair
  • There may be a diagnosis fee, which is reimbursed if the repair is determined to be covered by their warranty (otherwise, diagnosis fees are not refundable)
  • The dealer will discuss the next steps for the repair (whether parts need to be ordered, expected timing, etc.)
  • Rental/loaner cars vary by dealer — the dealer will discuss availability and options
  • NOTE: Recall work is always covered at no charge if completed at a GM dealer

ADDITIONAL PLANS

At the time of vehicle purchase or lease, additional plans are available that go above and beyond the warranties that come with the vehicle.

 

  • Protection Plans — Provide additional protection on top of the manufacturer’s warranty
  • Pre-Paid Maintenance — Covers scheduled oil and filter changes and tire rotations during the coverage period
  • Tire and Wheel Protection — Covers tire repair/replacement. Select plans also cover wheel damage and roadside assistance 

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Protection Plans

Provide additional protection on top of the manufacturer’s warranty.

Pre-Paid Maintenance

Covers scheduled oil and filter changes and tire rotations during the coverage period.

Tire and Wheel Protection

Covers tire repair/replacement. Select plans also cover wheel damage and include roadside assistance.

Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Warranty

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles must pass an extensive inspection to be certified. Once certified, they include a limited warranty that activates at the time of purchase/lease.

Parts Warranties

Included with Genuine GM Parts.

Recalls

Check if your vehicle has an open recall.

Q&As

If I sell my car, do the warranties transfer to the new owner?

Yes. Those warranties that are still active will transfer to the new owner.

Is there anything that will void my warranty?

Your warranty could be voided if the systems and parts under warranty are damaged by any of the following:

 

  • Damage due to accident, misuse or alteration
  • Damage or corrosion due to environment, chemical treatments or aftermarket products
  • Damage due to insufficient or improper maintenance
  • Damage due to contaminated, improper, or poor-quality fuel
  • Damage due to impact (e.g., flying debris)

Are GM accessories covered under my vehicle’s warranty?

If the GM accessory was installed prior to taking delivery (at the time of purchase), it will be covered under the applicable new vehicle warranty (Bumper-to-Bumper, Powertrain, etc.).
 
If the GM accessory was installed after vehicle delivery, or replaced under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, it will be covered, parts and labor, for the balance of the applicable portion of the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, but in no event less than 12 months/unlimited miles.
 
GM accessories sold over the counter, or those not requiring installation, will receive the standard GM Dealer Accessory Warranty of 12 months from the date of purchase, parts only. GM Licensed and Integrated Business Partner (IBP) Accessories are covered under the accessory-specific manufacturer's warranty and are not warranted by GM or its dealers.

If I have a service issue that I think is covered under warranty, what do I need to do?

1.    Take your vehicle to any authorized dealer facility to obtain service.
2.    Those repairs qualifying under the warranty will be performed at no charge.
3.    Repairs which do not qualify will be charged to you.

What if a warranty concern is not handled to my satisfaction?

For best results, adhere to the following protocol:


1.    Discuss your concern with a member of dealer management. Normally, concerns can be quickly resolved at that level. If the matter has already been reviewed with the sales, service, or parts manager, contact the owner of the dealer facility or the general manager.


2.    If after contacting a member of dealer management, it appears your concern cannot be resolved by the dealer without further help, contact the Customer Assistance Center by calling 1-800-462–8782. Have the following information available: Vehicle Identification Number (VIN); dealer name and location; date of service; present mileage.
 
When contacting the customer assistance center, remember that your concern will likely be resolved at a dealer's facility. That is why we suggest you follow Step One first if you have a concern.

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