The Volkswagen Golf has been on the market as the automotive brand’s small family car since the early 1970s. Although it’s changed names over the decades, originating as the Volkswagen Rabbit, the Golf continues to be one of the top-ranked vehicles in it class.
Drivers are drawn to its comfortable interior and affordable price point. It’s considered one of the most practical options when it comes to car buying. Car and Driver has named it a 10Best winner for the past decade and praises its value. The newest generation of the Volkswagen Golf comes equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Plus, drivers can choose heated seats, automated emergency braking, and 16-inch aluminum wheels as part of the brand’s Wolfsburg Edition.
Volkswagen vehicles come with a basic, bumper-to-bumper warranty with coverage that is valid for 6 years or 72,000 miles. This warranty length surpasses many other makes that offer a standard 3-year/36,000-mile coverage or a 5-year/60,000-mile coverage. A manufacturer warranty protects you during the policy period, but what about after your original warranty has expired?
No one wants to think about vehicle repairs when they’re buying a new vehicle, but the inevitability builds as a car ages and more miles are accumulated. Many people are often left without coverage and end up facing costly repairs at inopportune times because they’ve let their warranty expire without a solution to replace it. A single car part can total several hundred dollars, which might stretch beyond someone’s typical, monthly budget. Rather than having your car be a source of stress or financial strain, protect yourself with a vehicle service contract (VSC).
A VSC provides repair coverage that’s inclusive of the parts and labor necessary for your vehicle. Plus, each CarSure contract includes additional benefits, such as complimentary towing, roadside assistance, as well as reimbursement for a car rental, if necessary.
Consider the advantages of a VSC when your original warranty is no longer valid. You won’t face any unexpected costs for any parts covered under your policy. This alone can help preserve peace of mind for the future of your car. Contact us today to receive a free quote and discuss your specific vehicle needs with one of our helpful customer service reps.
*Estimates from repairpal.com
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.