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Chevrolet 2-Year Extended Warranty

Buy your new Chevrolet with ultimate peace of mind and stay covered for longer! The new Chevrolet 2-Year Extended Warranty package keeps you fully covered for an extra 2 years in addition to the standard 3-year warranty, bringing your coverage up to 5 years/150,000 km.

This new package is an extension of the new vehicle base warranty and offers a wide range of benefits. It’s fully transferable and allows you to get your car serviced using genuine parts only, and by highly trained and trusted Chevrolet experts. For as long as you’re driving your Chevrolet, you’ll have complete peace of mind.

The best part is, you can buy the Chevrolet Extended Warranty at competitive prices:

Terms & Conditions:

Extend your vehicle factory warranty for an extra 2 years on top of the 3-year warranty, briniging your coverage up to 5 years/150,000 km. Check with your dealer for more information and the available options.

What are the benefits of the Chevrolet Extended Warranty?

The new package keeps you covered for an additional two years. Rest assured, the Chevrolet Extended Warranty is fully comprehensive, transferable, and trusted. 

How can I get the Chevrolet Extended Warranty?

Every new Chevrolet comes with a standard 3 years/100,000km warranty. Ask your dealer about the new package to get the additional 2-year warranty and coverage up to 150,000km. Yes, it’s that simple.

What if I sell my car?

If you decide to sell your Chevrolet within the coverage period, the Extended Warranty package helps add resale value as it is fully transferable to the new owner and keeps them covered as well.

What does the additional 2-year warranty entail?

The extension is a fully comprehensive, bumper-to-bumper coverage. It’s exactly the same as the new vehicle base warranty, but for two additional years and with the same terms & conditions as laid out in the Owner’s Manual. With the Extended Warranty package, you get peace of mind for longer and don’t have to fill out any additional forms.

What is the Chevrolet Bumper to Bumper Warranty provision?

The warranty covers 3 years or 100,000 km, whichever comes first. Most carlines come with the option to extend the warranty for an additional 2 years – ask you dealer for more information. 

How can I perform a warranty repair on my Chevrolet vehicle?

To obtain warranty repairs, take the vehicle to an authorized dealer within the warranty period and request the needed repairs or adjustments. A reasonable time must be allowed for the dealer to perform necessary repairs. Warranty repairs and adjustments (parts and/or labor) will be made at no charge.

What is covered under the Chevrolet Bumper to Bumper Warranty?

  • The warranty covers any necessary repairs resulting from defects in material or workmanship, as long as they’re made during the warranty period. Only new or remanufactured parts will be used for these repairs.
  • The warranty period begins on the date the vehicle is first delivered or put in use, and it ends after 3 years or 100,000km, whichever comes first.

What is not covered under the Chevrolet Bumper to Bumper Warranty?

  • The provisions of this warranty shall not apply to maintenance service and most maintenance parts
  • Any failures due to lack of proper maintenance as described in the maintenance schedule, failure to follow maintenance schedule intervals, failure to use fuel, oil, and lubricants recommended in the owner's manual. It's mandate to keep proof of performing maintenance according to owner's manual. Keep all receipts and make them available if questions arise concerning maintenance. It is recommended to have all scheduled services performed by a GM authorized dealer
  • Tires are only warranted by the tire manufacturer
  • Damage from poor fuel quality, water contamination, incorrect gasoline fuel will not be covered
  • Damage caused by airborne fallout (chemicals, tree sap, etc.), stones, hail, earthquake, water or flood, windstorm, lightning, sand blasting, etc
  • Appearance items like trims, body molds, chrome finishers, rubber linings, weather strips, headlamp/tail lamp surfaces, etc. which are bound to deterioration due to usage, aging, exposure, usage of chemical cleansing agents, etc
  • Normal noise, vibration, wear, tear, discoloration, fading, deformation or blur
  • Accidents or damage caused by collision, fire, theft, freezing, vandalism, riot, explosion, or objects striking the vehicle; misuse of the vehicle such as driving over curbs, overloading, racing, or other competition; modifications/alterations to the vehicle. In addition, coverages do not apply if the odometer has stopped or been altered
  • Any damage/failure of a component that can be attributed to the use of any non-GM parts/accessories or parts/accessories not approved by GM modifications/alterations, including any performance enhancing software or hardware, is not covered by warranty. General Motors reserves the right to revoke the warranty coverage if it is observed/reported that the vehicle has been subject to any of the conditions above
  • Cleaning and polishing, lubricating (including suspension lubrication), replacing all consumable parts like filters, spark plugs, bulbs, belts, worn brake and clutch linings, refinishing or replacement of brake rotors, etc. and performing other normal maintenance services all vehicles require including operations like, but not limited to, door adjustments, wheel alignment and balancing, tire rotation, cleaning of fuel systems, etc. See maintenance schedule and owner's manual for full details
  • This warranty does not cover any economic loss including (without limitation) payment for the loss of time or pay, inconvenience, loss of vehicle use, vehicle rental expense, lodging bills, food, other travel costs, storage charges, and other incidental or consequential loss or damage
  • For any further information regarding the recommended fuel, lubricants and scheduled maintenance intervals, please refer to the owner's manual.

In which countries in the region is my Chevrolet vehicle warranty applicable?

All member countries of the GCC, Lebanon, Jordan, Yemen and Iraq.

Why should I service my car to a GM authorized dealer?

A GM-authorized dealer will have up-to-date tools and equipment for fast and accurate diagnostics. Your dealer has trained technicians who can perform required maintenance using genuine replacement parts. All GM genuine Parts and Accessories purchased by you through GM Dealers are covered under exclusive Parts and Accessories warranty (terms and conditions apply) with the exception of maintenance parts. A list of maintenance parts is available in the scheduled maintenance section of this warranty booklet. For further information on GM Genuine – Parts and Accessories warranty and its terms and conditions, please contact the GM Dealer. Many dealers have extended working hours, courtesy transportation, and online scheduling to assist with service needs.

What can be serviced at a qualified dealer?

Maintenance and repairs can be performed by a qualified dealer service center outlet; however, warranty repairs must be performed by an authorized dealer.

What is the importance of keeping a maintenance record?

It is also recommended that receipts covering the performance of GM scheduled maintenance as per specified intervals must be retained in the glove box literature envelope and presented to your dealer upon request. Damage to your vehicle caused by lack of maintenance is not covered by your warranty. Therefore, valid receipts can be very important if a question arises as to whether a failure is caused by lack of proper maintenance, or a defect in material or workmanship.

How are paint and body damages covered?

Defects or damage to sheet metal, paint, trim, or other appearance items may occur at the factory during assembly or while the vehicle is being shipped to the dealer. Normally, any factory defect or damage is detected and corrected at the factory during the inspection process. In addition, dealers are obligated to inspect each vehicle before delivery. They repair any uncorrected factory defects or damage and any transit damage which they detect before the vehicle is delivered to you.

What is the two-step Satisfaction Procedure?

STEP ONE: Discuss your problem with a member of the dealer management team.

STEP TWO: If your problem can't be resolved by the dealer management team, contact the:

Customer Communications Center

P.O. Box 9233



KSA: 8008200048

UAE: 80002000257

Qatar: 8000163

Oman: 80077607

Jordan: 080022482

Bahrain: 80004434

Kuwait, Lebanon and Yemen:

+20(2) 3827-2817

Iraq: +202 21601888

Fax: +202 3 8278691



Why are defects covered by warranty while damages are not?

Defects are covered because manufacturing is responsible; on the other hand, we have no control over damage caused by such things as collision, misuse, and lack of maintenance which occur after the vehicle is delivered to you. Therefore, damage for any reason which occurs after the vehicle is delivered to you is not covered under the warranty.

Maintenance services are also excluded from the warranty because it is the owner's responsibility to maintain their own vehicle in accordance with the maintenance schedule.

What is Chevrolet Roadside Assistance?

Chevrolet's Roadside Assistance Plan is valid for 4 years from the day of new vehicle purchase. This plan is designed to help you have immediate access to minor repairs or towing for emergency situations.

  • If you get a flat tire
  • If your vehicle is stuck in the sand
  • If you run out of fuel
  • If you have a dead battery
  • If you have a mechanical failure
  • If you have an accident§