Renault’s car warranty explained

Renault’s car warranty explained

Renault is just one of the manufacturers that offers more than one warranty package. Here’s what the French company offers in terms of cover.

Buy a new Renault and you get a three-year warranty as standard – with unlimited mileage for the first two years and a cap of 60,000 miles for year three. For Koleos, ZE and Zoe models, the total mileage allowance is increased to 100,000 miles.

In addition, Renault offers a three-year warranty on paint defects and a 12-year anti-corrosion warranty.

In among all that, the manufacturer also offers some warranty options, aimed at making life with a Renault even easier.

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Extended warranty

From the end of year three, Renault offers a warranty extension for tis cars up to a period of 10 years.

For the Twingo, Megane, Captur, Kangoo and Clio, this costs £229 for a 12-month warranty extension, it’s £289 for a Zoe, Twizy or Kangoo ZE, £349 for a Kadjar, Scenic, Grand Scenic, Clio Renaultsport or Megane Renaultsport and £699 for the Trafic and Master, taking into account the tougher life of commercial vehicles.

Prices increase as the vehicle gets older, but warranty cover is available up until the point the car reaches a decade old. You can buy the warranty direct from Renault or through your dealer.

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EasyLife Pack

In addition to the standard warranty, Renault offers the EasyLife Pack, which costs £299 at the time of registration and includes three years’ servicing and three years’ breakdown cover and roadside assistance. Offered as a service pack, this can be paid upfront or added to the finance package that a car is sold with.

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