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I have a 2015 Volt that I'm leasing. We've had it for 26 months, and it has 34850 miles on it. Today, when rolling up the driver's side front window, I heard a "clunk" and the window stopped rolling up. It appears that the regulator is broken.

I've never leased before, so I'm not sure how warranty work is done. Is it the same as an owned car, with my local dealership being able to do the work? I bought it 350 miles from here.

Would this car still be covered under the bumper-to-bumper warranty?

I know I'll probably get an answer from the dealership tomorrow, but I'd like to know what to expect.

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I have a 2015 Volt that I'm leasing. We've had it for 26 months, and it has 34850 miles on it. Today, when rolling up the driver's side front window, I heard a "clunk" and the window stopped rolling up. It appears that the regulator is broken.

I've never leased before, so I'm not sure how warranty work is done. Is it the same as an owned car, with my local dealership being able to do the work? I bought it 350 miles from here.

Would this car still be covered under the bumper-to-bumper warranty?

I know I'll probably get an answer from the dealership tomorrow, but I'd like to know what to expect.

Thanks
The warranty works just like a purchased car. The bumper to bumper warranty is 3 years or 36,000 miles. So it should be fixed at no cost to you. And, yes you can take it to any Chevy dealer. Try to find one that has a Volt Tech on site.
There is probably a paragraph in your lease agreement that says you must keep everything on the car in working order even if it was out of warranty, you would still be on the hook to get it repaired.
 
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