Dodge cars and SUVs fall under the Chrysler organization of vehicles, officially known as FCA US LLC. Dodge was founded by two brothers in 1900 and was branded as such prior to being sold to Chrysler in the late 1920s. The brand’s lineup of vehicles ranges from the sporty Dodge Viper to the practical Dodge Caravan, attracting a broad consumer base.
The Dodge 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain limited warranty covers components including the engine, transmission, and drive systems. Other Dodge warranties include the basic 3-year, 36,000-mile limited warranty and a service contract for roadside assistance covering 5 years or 100,000 miles for 2016 Dodge brand vehicles. Before you purchase your vehicle, make sure you know fully what is covered and for how long the coverage lasts.
Many major repairs do not occur within those first few years of purchase, which means when the time comes for you to take your vehicle into the shop, your original Dodge warranty may already be expired. You can avoid a lapse in coverage with a vehicle service contract.
Average Repair Costs for Dodge Vehicles
No one wants to face unexpected repair costs. Since a person’s vehicle is usually the main mode of transportation, going without is not an option. The below chart shows repair estimates for Dodge vehicles, which can total hundreds or thousands of dollars. Rather than charge expenses to a credit card or dipping into an emergency fund, wouldn’t it be nice to have an affordable plan in place to take care of it?
Coverage options with CarSure include repair protection for several major parts including brakes, fuel system, engine, transmission, and electrical components. Although each contract will differ, you can review a sample policy to understand the kind of extensive coverage you’ll receive. When a claim is made, one of our administrators will handle the paperwork and payment, so you have one less thing to worry about regarding the status of your car.
|Water pump replacement||$183 to $1,282|
|Alternator replacement||$217 to $1,578|
|Head gasket(s) replacement||$411 to $3,212|
|Fuel pump replacement||$197 to $1,574|
Choosing a Vehicle Service Plan
In short, a vehicle service contract (f/k/a an extended warranty) covers the mechanical breakdown or malfunction of your vehicle. There are different levels of coverage you may be eligible for depending on the make, year, and mileage of your vehicle. Each plan can be customized taking into consideration the level of protection requested and budgetary restrictions.
Receive a free quote and learn about the benefits associated with a vehicle service contract (f/k/a an extended warranty) with CarSure, which include no-free payment plans, complimentary towing, and 24-hour roadside assistance.
Protect yourself from the unpredictability of car troubles. They always seem to occur at the least opportune time, but fortunately, there is a solution available, which has you covered.
*Estimates from Repairpal.com