- Cars not more than seven years old are eligible for an extended warranty of up to 7 years / 1,25,000kms
- Customers can also opt for one year extended warranty prior to the expiry of original warranty or 15 days post expiry
- The extended warranty can be transferred to the new owner
Volkswagen customers can now avail extended warranty of up to seven years/1,25,000kms across all models. Only cars which have been regularly serviced at the company facility and are not more than seven years old with an odometer reading of up to 1,25,000kms can avail the add-on warranty benefits. The add-on warranty covers vital elements such as engine parts, manual and automatic gearboxes, fuel system, braking system, Air conditioning system, electrical system, diesel injection system and oil seals.
Currently, the company offers a standard two-year warranty across all models with three to five year extended warranty packages. Interestingly, customers can also opt for an extended one year / 20,000kms warranty. Under the company terms, customers can opt for the one-year add-on warranty 30 days prior to the expiry of a valid warranty or up to 15 days after the warranty has expired.
In case of a change in ownership for the vehicle, the remaining extended warranty period/Km would be transferred to the new owner. The owner of the vehicle will have to fill in the Transfer of Ownership form with details of the new owner and have it stamped and signed by an authorized dealer. However, the add-on warranty cannot be transferred to any other vehicle and it stays with the original vehicle.