Powertrain Care Plus Extended Warranty offers your vehicle basic coverage that will help with major repairs. There are over 350 components covered in this plan for a very affordable price. Get a quote today!

Plan Benefits

  • $0, $100, or $200 Deductible Per Repair Visit
  • Over 350+ Components
  • One Time Plan Transfer (Except Lifetime Plans)

Available Terms

  • 5-8 Years/85,000 Miles
  • 5-8 Years/100,000 Miles
  • 5-8 Years/125,000 Miles
  • 5-7 Year / Unlimited Miles

We offer quick and easy 0% financing up to 18 months. Please give us a call at (888) 352-6103 if you’re interested in financing your warranty purchase.

Covered Components

Powertrain Plus Warranty extends your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram or Fiat powertrain coverage beyond the 3-year/36,000-mile manufacturer’s warranty and covers more than 300 components, including:

  • Engine
  • Transmission
  • Driveline

One-Time Plan Transfer

A Chrysler service contract can make your vehicle more valuable and easier to sell. Remaining extended warranty coverage may be transferred to the subsequent purchaser of the vehicle at the time of vehicle sale. Added Care allows you to transfer coverage one time in the event you sell your vehicle (a transfer fee of $50 applies in most states).

Personalized Plan Provisions And Identification Card

Upon receipt and approval of a Chrysler Service Contract application form, you will be mailed a Personalized Plan Provision and Identification Card. They will identify you and your vehicle to the servicing dealer as eligible for plan service.

Plan Coverage Duration Times

Plan coverage continues for the length of time and mileage you select. All time and mileage specifications are from the warranty start date (the original in-service date of the vehicle) and 0 miles. Plan expiration is specified in your Plans Provisions. Car rental coverage starts on the day you purchase the plan and covers those repair instances when a replacement vehicle is not otherwise provided.

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