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It is common knowledge that a vehicle is a crucial investment, and similar to any other investment, it should be secured. By preparing now, you can avoid pricey expenditure for significant repairs.

Naritas can organise Extended Warranties for brand new and used vehicles, to allow you confidence and safety in your driving endeavours. 
Regardless of the state of your car, we have a range of packages catered to your needs. Our extended warranty packages are affordable and deliver broad protection for you and your vehicle.

Benefits and options

Extended Warranty is an addition to the producer or statutory warranty.
It covers your vehicle’s parts against mechanical failure, as well as the possible benefit of emergency housing, towing and car hire when more than 150 kilometres from home.

You can also choose from a variety of plans, which include:

New cars (cars still within the warranty period dictated by the manufacturer):
 

  • 12 months / 25,000 kilometres
  • 24 months / 50,000 kilometres
  • 24 months / 100,000 kilometres
  • 36 months / 60,000 kilometres
  • 36 months / 75,000 kilometres
  • 36 months / 100,000 kilometres
  • 48 months / 100,000 kilometres Used cars (cars no longer complying with their manufacturer's warranty):
  • 12 months / 20,000 kilometres
  • 36 months / 60,000 kilometres

What is covered?

Extended Warranty cove offers all-inclusive mechanical and electrical coverage for:

  • The engine
  • Transmission
  • Steering, wheel and otherwise
  • Air conditioning and climate control
  • Engine cooling systems and fuel systems
  • Instruments
  • Braking systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Engine management systems
  • Torsions bars
  • Engine mounts​
  • Susp​ension
  • Liftgate, door & window mechanisms
  • And many more​


Naritas can help. Please contact us via Live Chat, or call us on 1300 558 887 if you would like to speak to one of our insurance specialists.

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