Yes, autopom! does cover Range Rovers. Although autopom! does not disclose the cost for their extended warranties, they pride themselves on being affordable for any budget. Their powertrain plus protection plan, which is the most basic plan they offer, covers the engine, transmission, and drive axle.
autopom! does not disclose how much its plans cost, since the prices vary by location, driver information, and vehicle type. autopom! sells vehicle service plans, which are similar to extended warranties and cover the cost of repairs to the car’s systems and mechanical parts.
autopom! plans cover your vehicle’s engine, transmission, drive axle and air conditioning systems.
Three different plans are available from autopom!, giving drivers options in terms of coverage and cost.
To qualify for a autopom! plan, cars must fulfill certain eligibility requirements, though autopom! states that eligibility varies by state, vehicle, and mileage.
Specific details may vary based on which autopom! plan drivers purchase, but this list is a good example of autopom! coverage.
It’s also worth noting that mechanical breakdown insurance from a car insurance company is often a cheaper alternative to a third-party vehicle service plan or extended warranty. For more information, check out WalletHub’s guides to mechanical breakdown insurance and extended warranties.
Although autopom! does not disclose the cost of each plan they offer, they pride themselves on being affordable for any budget. Their powertrain plus protection plan, which is the most basic plan they offer, covers the engine, transmission, and drive axle.
An extended car warranty costs around $1,500. The exact cost of an extended car warranty depends on several factors, including the condition of the car, the car’s mileage, and the amount of coverage included in the warranty.
Factors That Affect Extended Car Warranty Cost
An extended car warranty pays for repairs to a car’s major systems if they malfunction. If you drive an older car or a car with higher mileage, your warranty will be more expensive because your car is more likely to experience mechanical problems. Similarly, the more coverage that you include in your warranty, the more you’re going to pay.… read full answer
How to Shop for an Extended Car Warranty
If you want to purchase an extended warranty for your car, you should get quotes from multiple sources in order to find the best price. You can purchase an extended warranty from your car’s manufacturer or a third-party company, and the pricing is generally the same between the two. However, customer satisfaction tends to be higher for warranties from the manufacturer.
Many insurance companies also offer an alternative to extended warranties called mechanical breakdown insurance (MBI). MBI provides similar coverage and only costs about $100 per year.
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