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As a Chevrolet owner, you are provided with various types of Chevrolet warranties with each of them having its own grade and duration of coverage. For example, there are comprehensive warranties, popularly known as bumper-to-bumper warranties, and their coverage extends to all areas, except the bumpers as they are manufactured with the aim of being damaged to ensure the safety of other vehicle body parts. This implies that they can be likened to a physical insurance policy. If you intend to purchase a new whip, then you will be offered a powertrain warranty option. Sometimes, this term leaves an average person in utter confusion. However, we will discuss what a Chevy Powertrain warranty is to enlighten you further on this subject.

What Is A Chevy Powertrain Warranty?

A Chevy Powertrain warranty is also known as your Chevy factory warranty. This is the basic form of warranty that covers the most vital and expensive parts of your vehicle such as the axle components, the engine, the transmission, and the transfer case. The parts that are covered with this warranty are quite expensive to replace and very important to the functionality of your Chevy.

When you have an effective powertrain warranty, you can have those essential parts of your car replaced and repaired. Should you experience a significant problem with your powertrain, you would have to get help to move your vehicle to the nearest collision repair centre where the fault would be diagnosed and fixed. In a situation where your vehicle gets deactivated, a towing vehicle will have to transport you and the vehicle to the nearest Chevrolet dealer. The good news is that the towing cost is added to the warranty, Also, you can have your flat tires changed if there is a spare tyre.

The durability of A Chevy Powertrain Warranty Cover

Individuals with the Chevy Powertrain warranty have either a timeframe of five years or a mileage of up to 60,000 miles. Vehicles like the Silverado 2500 and 3500 series trucks feature a 6.6-litre Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine and would have a coverage of up to five years or 100,000 miles. These cars are the real oxen; they perform better than other vehicles under intense conditions.

Components That Are Not Covered In The Chevy Powertrain Warranty

From a practical point of view, all other components of your vehicles are covered, except your car bumper. This is not a big deal as the parts can be easily replaced. The bumper-to-bumper warranty offers a more comprehensive package with less duration. This implies that your vehicle is covered for the first three years or the first 36,000 miles. The components that are included in this warranty include the vehicle body, metal, and some electrics. The areas that are covered by the Powertrain warranty: 

-Engine oil cooling hoses.

-The cylinder head


-The flywheel

-The harmonic balancer

-Seals, gaskets, manifolds, and many more.

These parts are essential for the full operation of the vehicle. However, damages that are done to the environment with significant impacts are not covered by the warranty. The bumper-to-bumper does not cover damages that are created by external forces.