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The NextCAR Warranty

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Manufacturers' Warranty on newer model unit may still be active,

A couple of ways to know if the factory warranty still exists?

1. Use the VIN
The first thing you will need to do to investigate your vehicle's factory warranty is to find your VIN or vehicle identification number. This number belongs to your car only and works like a social security number for people. The VIN is located in a number of different places on each car but from our website you can check vin # by going to inventory page and clicking on the picture of the unit you are looking at and look to the right and you will see vin#..

2. Contact the Manufactory Dealership... Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, etc...
If you cannot find it by the VIN number, the only real way to check your vehicle's factory warranty is to call or visit your local dealership. They will need the VIN number to look up the information but can tell you for sure what is and is not covered if anything at all. Your car's factory warranty starts the day the vehicle is first sold. That means if your 2007 car sat on the dealer's lot and did not sell until 2009, the factory warranty may still be good today. The only way to find out for sure is to call the dealership.

Manufacturers' Basic warranty, depending on the vehicle make and model will typically cover from 36 months or 36,000 miles up to 60 months or 60,000 miles. Limited Powertrain warranties can run from 60 months or 60,000 miles up to 120 months 100,000 miles. See your owner’s manual, dealer, or check the manufacturer’s website for specific details about your particular vehicle

visit website to review and understand: The Basics of Auto Warranties ( http://www.consumerautomotiveresearch.com/needtoknow.htm )

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