Dacia New Car Warranty | Epsom, Surrey | Wilsons Dacia
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Dacia New Car Warranty

As standard, all new Dacia cars receive a 3 year / 60,000 mile* warranty package. This warranty prolongs the manufacturer cover and expires when the first of the two limits is reached. Under the terms of this package, we are able to repair or replace parts that are found to have a material or assembly defect that is recognised by Dacia free of charge.

Drive with piece of mind in your new Dacia with 2 years Paintwork warranty and 6 years Anti-corrosion warranty on top of the standard warranty package you receive when buying the car.

The warranty package is not transferable to another vehicle, but if you sell it while the package is still active, the remaining cover will be transferred to the new owner.

If you plan to have your Dacia beyond 3 years, you can take out the "Peace of Mind" extended warranty which provides cover for any faulty mechanical and electrical components that need to be replaced or repaired. You can take this out for up to seven years or 100,000 miles.

*An Extended Manufacturer's Warranty contract must be taken out before the end of the 12th month following the first registration date stated on the vehicle's registration certificate. Services under the Extended Manufacturer's Warranty contract are provided once the Extended Manufacturer's Warranty contractual warranty granted by the manufacturer has expired, i.e. at the end of the 36th month following the first registration date stated on the vehicle's registration certificate. The Dacia Extended Manufacturer's Warranty cannot be transferred if the vehicle is resold, but remains with the vehicle and ends on whichever of the two contractual provisions is reached first: the term starts from the first registration date of the vehicle and the mileage starts when the mileometer is at zero.