Woodmen Nissan Warranty
As a Nissan owner, it’s important to know what’s available in an extended warranty. All brand-new Nissans come equipped with the manufacturer’s standard warranty offer. The Nissan warranty includes 36 months or 36,000 miles of limited vehicle coverage and five years or 60,000 miles of limited powertrain coverage.
Nissan Factory Warranty
- Every new Nissan vehicle comes with a Nissan factory warranty that is often referred to as “bumper-to-bumper” coverage. This coverage is meant to give you peace of mind that your wallet is protected should your new vehicle experience any non-standard need for repair. This Nissan warranty includes the following coverage:
- • 3-year / 36,000-mile limited warranty
- This basic warranty covers the repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship of parts original to the Nissan vehicle within 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
- • 5-year / 60,000-mile limited powertrain warranty
- This warranty covers the Nissan vehicle’s major systems, such as the transmission, engine, and drive systems that are original to the vehicle or supplied by Nissan. The limited powertrain coverage includes engine parts, as well, such as the oil pump, water pump, and fuel pump.
- • 8-year / 80,000-mile limited emission warranty
- This warranty covers the Nissan vehicle’s major emission systems, such as catalytic converts, ECM engine control module that are originally to the vehicle or supplied by Nissan.
Nissan Factory Warranty
- With a Nissan, if you are still within the terms of your factory warranty, most of the repairs and maintenance costs you encounter should be covered, with some exceptions. The Nissan factory warranty does not cover the following:
- 1. Normal maintenance, service, and parts replacement
- If it’s a regular, scheduled service, you’ll have to pay for it out of pocket. This information can be found in your Owner’s Manual and your Nissan Service & Maintenance Guide.
- 2. Failures that are direct results of poor maintenance
- If you don’t keep your car maintenance up-to-date and something goes wrong, your warranty won’t cover it.
- 3. EPA testing fees
- The costs associated with determining the cause of your vehicle failing an emissions test will not be covered by the factory warranty. This only applies to states and city’s requiring emission testing.
- 4. Non-Nissan parts
- Parts not supplied by Nissan or damage to other parts caused directly by non-Nissan parts will not be covered by the warranty.
- No warranty plan covers every part or aspect to your vehicle. Here’s is a list of common parts of your vehicle that aren’t covered in standard factory warranties classified as bumper-to-bumper:
- • Tires (which often have their own warranty)
- Please see your owner manual for specific tire warranty to what is placed on your vehicle, or you can contact Nissan service department and they can answer any tire warranty question you may have.
- • Factory Accessories
- • Modified Headlights
- • Added Electronic Systems