Extended Warranty * for your Jeep


Jeep has evolved over the past 75 years from being primarily used for military use to being a commercial success in the market. With the evolution of the brand, a surge of technology has been uncovered with new design and security features offered model after model, year after year. Due to its recognizable styling, Jeep has been a popular choice over the years.

Nothing quite beats a new car smell and the thrill of driving a new vehicle. It’s hard to picture what will happen years down the road when repairs are inevitable when you’re still reeling from the excitement of your new purchase, but it’s important to plan ahead.

Like most manufacturer warranties, a limited Jeep manufacturer warranty is 3 years or 36,000 miles. Review the coverage offered with any warranty you purchase as not all are created equal. Know what your warranty will take care of versus what you may have to pay out-of-pocket.

Once your original warranty expires, you’ll still want protection for your vehicle. Many of the larger repairs don’t normally happen within the first few years of vehicle purchase when your warranty is still valid. Once the “newness” wears off though, you may face the chance of certain parts needing replacement. Will you be prepared to cover the cost?

US Car Protection offers options through its vehicle service contracts. They’re designed to help those whose warranties have expired or are set to expire. For anyone who’s experienced a broken air-conditioner in the middle of summer or faulty brakes on icy roads, they know all too well that repairs always happen when least expected and least convenient.

Average Repair Costs for Jeep Vehicles

Review what type of coverage comes with your Jeep certified pre-owned warranty or its manufacturer warranty. Ensure there are no lapses in coverage to avoid costly repairs. The price tag for Jeep parts range based on the year of your vehicle, the model, and the current condition and mileage.

Keep in mind that while the below chart provides examples of the amount you can spend over the years without a vehicle service contract, it may not include the labor costs added on at the repair shop.

When you sign up for a vehicle service contract, we try to work with your current budget. You don’t have to stress about skyrocketing costs whenever your vehicle needs to go in the shop. You also won’t be stranded without a vehicle to get around. Our service contracts include rental car reimbursement so you can have an operating vehicle while yours is in the shop.

Water pump replacement$218 to $705
AC compressor replacement$454 to $1,026
Radiator replacement$356 to $951
Head gasket(s) replacement$565 to $2,518

Choosing a Vehicle Service Plan

Together with one of our customer service agents, we will find a policy that works best for you. Our extensive vehicle service policies cover major parts including, but not limited to the engine, transmission, alternator, and AC.

Call today for a free quote and to discuss your options for vehicle coverage so you’re not left stranded.

*Estimates from Repairpal.com

*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not.

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