The Chrysler 200 is one of the more affordable four-door, mid-size vehicles on the market. As of 2017, it’s been part of the Chrysler family of cars for under 10 years, but is often lauded for its upscale interior and performance appeal. The lower price point is definitely one of the more attractive features, because drivers aren’t as impressed with its low fuel economy (23 mpg/city and 36 mpg/highway).
The Chrysler 200 is available in four different configurations: LX, S, Limited, and C. Upgraded features include power passenger and driver seats, heated seats and mirrors, keyless ignition, and other options are available to accommodate the comfort, convenience, and safety of drivers. Additionally, under the Chrysler warranty program, the 200 model is available with a basic 3-year/36,000-mile warranty or a powertrain 5-year/60,000-mile warranty.
It’s standard practice for car buyers to purchase a warranty for their vehicle at the time of sale. This is to help mitigate certain repair costs for covered parts under the warranty chosen. But what about when the original manufacturer warranty expires? What kind of coverage options are available then?
A vehicle service contract (VSC) is a way car drivers can prevent a lapse in coverage and avoid paying out-of-pocket for many expensive repair needs down the road. A CarSure VSC covers specific components, such as the transmission, engine, electrical unit, among others, that are necessary for a vehicle to function. Any one of these parts could easily equal hundreds of dollars for repair costs and labor. However, under the VSC, the parts and labor are both covered; plus, there is an added value of free roadside assistance, complimentary towing, and car rental reimbursement, as needed with every policy.
As vehicles age, the need for repairs due to a faulty or damaged part is inevitable. The protection available through a VSC can help provide peace of mind for those who may not want to face the unexpected cost and stress that vehicle repairs can bring. Find out what your coverage options are beyond your original Chrysler warranty.
Get a free quote by submitting your basic car information, which includes the year, make, and model of your car. There is no obligation to purchase a contract, but you do get a chance to speak with one of our friendly representatives to learn more about how coverage can benefit you in the future. When your car breaks down, will you have the protection you need? Find out a plan that works for you by contacting us today.
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A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not.