- Brake pads/shoes
- Collision parts
- Catalytic converters
- Gaskets and seals
- Diesel parts
- Water pumps
- Performance parts
If there’s any vehicle deserving of an extended warranty, it’s a Jeep. After all, Jeeps are built for the road less traveled and tend to live a harder existence than the everyday family sedan.
You can find an extended warranty for your new or used Jeep at a third-party company like CARCHEX. With our five levels of coverage and a broad selection of packages designed to fit the different needs of today’s drivers, you’ll never have to worry about the health of your Jeep. For a free, customized quote, call 866-261-3457.
Jeeps are built with some Mopar® parts that have separate warranties from those listed above.
Like most manufacturer warranties, your repair or replacement is only covered if it’s due to workmanship error or a faulty factory part. The best thing you can do is read your specific Jeep warranty and ask the dealership all your questions about what is covered and what isn’t. That way, you understand what’s truly covered and are careful to not accidentally void your warranty.
Considering that the average driver keeps their car for 6.5 years, it’s quite possible you’re planning on driving your Jeep past its limited warranty. Then what? You’re stuck with the complete cost of the repair or replacement.
Jeep owners can expect to pay about $8,300 in a 10-year period to keep their car on the road. Some of these repair costs could look like this:
If one of these fixes was needed on your Jeep, would it be a struggle to pay for the repair? Given this cost of maintenance, it’s easy to see why an extended Jeep warranty that costs just a fraction of that makes sense. An extended warranty can offset the cost and alleviate some of the stress of not being able to afford the repairs in the case of a breakdown.
You can purchase a Jeep extended warranty, which is really an auto service contract, from the dealership or a third-party provider like CARCHEX. Let’s compare these coverage options to see what’s a better fit for your vehicle.
After your Jeep factory warranty expires, the Chrysler dealership offers additional mechanical coverage for Jeeps that complements your warranty. This is factory-backed protection through two Mopar Vehicle Protection Plans: Maximum Care℠ and Added Care Plus℠.
A way to decide whether Mopar’s Jeep extended warranty is worth it is to compare your third-party provider options.
CARCHEX Extended Vehicle Protection Plans are backed by reputable companies all competing for your business. That way, CARCHEX is able to offer you the lowest price on the market. We have five levels of protection—Titanium, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze—with several coverage options within each tier.
These plans range from comprehensive, bumper-to-bumper coverage, lasting up to 10 years, to basic plans that cover the most common, expensive repairs to the engine and transmission for up to five or six years.
The increased number of choices isn’t the only reason to consider coverage from CARCHEX. A Jeep extended warranty from the dealership limits you to using their auto shops and technicians. That can prove to be a real inconvenience if you have a breakdown or live a long way away from an approved dealership. With CARCHEX, you have the flexibility to choose from over 30,000 certified repair facilities. That way, you can use your preferred, trusted auto shop or mechanic.
What’s more, we offer roadside assistance and perks that are comparable to Mopar’s offerings. However, we don’t require a deductible, which is $100 with Mopar.
Apart from our coverage options and included benefits, why choose a CARCHEX Extended Vehicle Protection Plan for your Jeep extended warranty?
We’ll give you a free quote.
All we need is your Jeep’s year, model and mileage. Your quote is customized based on this data.
We’re recognized for our service.
We maintain an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau along with a host of other honors, awards, and positive online ratings.
We’re backed by reliable partners.
We value customer service.
We take a consultative approach and our brand promise is “Customer Experience Above All.” Thanks to our No-Haggle, Low-Price Everyday Guarantee™, you can be sure that you’re getting the best price up front.
We’ve done the legwork for you.
We research the market to find the best and most affordable extended warranties and provide a marketplace for consumers like you to easily find what you’re looking for.
Our warranties are customizable.
Select your own repair shop and pay for your warranty with an affordable payment plan. You can choose to pay in monthly installments or all at one.
There’s no penalty for cancellation.
That’s right. Cancel anytime for a pro-rated refund or cancel within 30 days for a full refund.
Our warranties are transferable.
Looking to sell your car? A transferable extended warranty greatly increases the value of your Jeep.
We pay claims directly to the repair facility.
Jeep extended warranties aren’t much help if you still have to foot the total repair cost up front, then wait for reimbursement. Since we work with auto shops directly, you don’t have to jump through hoops or wait on reimbursement. You can enjoy peace of mind knowing that our professionals are taking care of it.
If you want to get a free warranty quote today or chat with a CARCHEX specialist, fill out the form online or call 866-261-3457 to see how we can help you find the best extended warranty for your Jeep.
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