The most important item on the Volt and most expensive item to replace is the traction battery. You get 8 years/100K miles warranty on that already. Then you also get 3 year/36K bumper to bumper, 5 year/60K miles on the powertrain.Received a quote from my dealer for $3,432 (payable over 24 mos.) for 7 years of covering all repairs to my 2019 Premier Volt except for things having to do with brakes, tires, batteries, or anything covered by my regular insurance policy. Warranty coverage provided by Zurich. Any advice?
Thanks, Gary B.
I assume that the 7 year extended is from your purchase date, not from the dates that the built-in warranties expire. So you're only getting an extra 2 years on the power train, 4 years on the basic, and nothing on the traction battery warranty. Doesn't seem like a good deal to me.