General Motors stands behind the quality of the Chevrolet models with a three year or 36,000 miles bumper-to-bumper factory warranty coverage on all new vehicles. The powertrain coverage extends for five years and 100,000 miles. A scheduled maintenance contract is available for two years or 24,000 miles.
The three-year warranty which works for people who only drive 12,000 miles a year covers all factory defects and problems, emission controls, all lubricated parts and roadside assistance. The roadside assistance includes flat tires, lockouts and fuel service. Some of the other parts covered with the 100,000 powertrain and engine coverage include:
- turbocharger or supercharger,
- fuel system including injectors
- gaskets, manifolds, water pump, hoses and belts
- electrical system and batteries
- cylinder head
- valve covers
- torque converter
- drive system
Corrosion problems have a 36,000 mile or three-year warranty and a warranty against rust is for six years or 100,000 miles. The heater system including the heater core and hoses is not covered.