Purchasing a Volkswagen is a great choice and asset to your daily driving life. But what’s more, is the warranty offered that will keep you covered on all ends. And for our drivers in Avon, Indianapolis, and Plainfield, our team at Andy Mohr Volkswagen has all the information you need, right here in one place.
The People First Warranty
Volkswagen makes it a priority to not just build high-quality vehicles, but to help ensure these vehicles are always running in top shape for years down the road. That’s why they’ve developed the People First Warranty.
Offered on most Volkswagen models, it’s designed with Volkswagen drivers in mind, and our confidence in the reliability of our VW models.
The Volkswagen Warranty Difference
With the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, you’ll get bumper-to-bumper coverage on your new Volkswagen for 6 years/72,000 miles – whichever comes first1. Plus, if you decide to sell your VW within the warranty period, we’ll hand over the remainder of the coverage to the new owner, at no additional cost.
The 2018 New Vehicle Limited Warranty covers issues that might pop up both under the hood and inside the cabin. Essentially, the warranty will cover costs needed to repair issues that may arise from a defect in the manufacturer’s work.
Our Volkswagen Models
The New Vehicle Limited Warranty is offered on all of our Volkswagen models, with the exception of the e-Golf. So whether you’re in need of a family-friendly SUV, like the Volkswagen Atlas, or want a smaller sedan to make your daily commutes a little more fun, like the VW Jetta, we’ve got you covered.
To learn more about our Volkswagen New Vehicle Limited Warranty and explore our models, contact us at Andy Mohr Volkswagen today! We proudly serve the areas of Avon, Indianapolis, and Plainfield, and will be happy to help you get set up with the vehicle and warranty that are right for you.
1 6 years/72,000 miles (whichever occurs first) New Vehicle Limited Warranty on MY2018 VW vehicles, excluding e-Golf. See owner’s literature or dealer for warranty exclusions and limitations.