By buying a car with the Autoguard Warranty you have made the right choice
Present-day automobiles represent a high technical standard and offer a maximum in reliability. Nonetheless, costly damage to important and expensive module components can happen to anyone. With the Autoguard Warranty, you can play it safe just in case it happens
What is covered?
All mechanical and electrical components of the vehicle that were manufacturer's original fitments except those listed below;
Inlet and Exhaust Valves
Valve Springs and Guides
Cylinder Head Gasket
Camshaft and Followers
Timing Gears and Chains
Oil Pump, Pistons and Rings
Mechanical or Electrical Fuel Pumps
Tank Sender Unit
Idle Control Valve
Electric Window Motors and Switches
Sunroof Motor and Switch
Central Locking Motors
Front and Rear Windscreen Wipers and Washer Motors
Heater Fan Motor
Multi-function Stalk Switch
Constant Velocity Joints
Universal Joints and Couplings
Engine Cooling System
Engine Cooling Fan
Thermostat and Thermostat Housing
Engine Oil Cooler and Heater Matrix
Engine Electronic Control Unit Only
Steering (Including Power Assisted Steering)
Upper and Lower Wishbones
Ball and Swivel Joints
Front and Rear Brakes
Anti Locking Brake System-ABS
Wheel Speed Sensors
Additional Parts (Factory Fitted Only)
In Car Entertainment System
Additional Items Covered;
Includes parts, labour and VAT
National Repair Network
3 Month to 3 year options available
Fast payment of claims
Comprehensive parts cover
Straight forward claims process
Components not covered;
Gradual deterioration of performance of a component in line with the age and mileage of the vehicle will be classed as "wear and tear" and excluded from the guarantee.
All bodywork and trim, seat belts (any part), glass (including heated screens and door mirrors), sunroof panels, fuel tank, wheels and tyres. Air bags or disposal of air bags.
Minor fluid leaks, odours, external oil leaks, worn or perished seals.
Consumable items such as, but not exclusively limited to light bulbs, drive belts, wiper blades, brake linings, brake discs, cylinders, cables, glow plugs, split pipes, all hoses and key fobs.
Blocked, porous or seized components - including seized brake calipers and caliper motors.
Clearing or cleaning of fuel lines or components, contamination of fuel system either by incorrect fuelling or water ingress. Damage caused to any component by water ingress.
Clutch components, unless mechanically failed.
Electrical connections, wiring looms and batteries.
Exhaust system, including but not limited to manifolds, mufflers, brackets and mountings. Including de-pollution or diesel particulate filters and systems and EGR valves.
Cylinder block liners for vehicles over 3000 cc.
*Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information is correct but errors may occur. Please refer to the brochure issued at purchase.
Your service and professionlism throughout have been fantastic with the added touch of a bouquet of flowers for my daughter was a great gesture which she very much appreciated.
Kiera has been driving the car over the weekend with me supervising whilst she is learning and she has abolutely fallen in love with the car.
So from both of us a huge thanks for all your help and for making the car buying experience a pleasurable one.
I have already provided my feedback to Autotrader with a 5 star rating and have attached what I wrote as a review (with the exception of not naming anyone as this was not allowed in the review).
As i am one of the sad few that do not have a Facebook/Twitter Account etc, please feel free to use/add the attached review and picture of me and Kiera with the car and flowers to add to your website/Facebook/Social Media pages.
Hope this helps, and will certianly let me network of freinds/family know about you in case they are thinking of their next vehicle purchase.
As an aside, when you get the chance, if you could post out to me the Warranty/Breakdown cover booklet as discussed.
Thanks again guys and a job well done and have a great Christmas.
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