If the manufacturer warranty for your Volvo has expired, Warranty Direct can provide you with a clear and concise warranty coverage. We understand that repairs on your vehicle are often unexpected and can be expensive.

Get a Quote now for an extended warranty for top Volvo models at competitive prices and interest free monthly instalments.

The Benefits of Extended Warranty Coverage

Warranty Direct covers the parts to keep your car moving so you can have worry free motoring knowing that you have full mechanical and electrical warranty coverage which also includes AA Roadside Assistance, MOT Test failure warranty and Multimedia cover as standard. Extended Warranty that covers you against costly repair bills of a surprising electrical and mechanical failure, helped by an easy claims process to keep you on the move.

Why choose Warranty Direct to protect your Volvo?

  • Gold Coverage for both Mechanical and Electrical Components.
  • 24/7 AA Roadside Assistance and Home Start included as standard.
  • MOT Test Insurance included as standard.
  • Wear and Tear Covered. *exclusions apply.
  • Choose an excess value for your warranty that suits you.
  • Flexible payments: monthly interest free instalments or make a one-off payment.
  • Dedicated motor warranty repairer network.
  • Repair costs covered up to the value of your vehicle.
  • Unlimited repairs under your extended warranty.
  • Easy claims process.
  • Parts and Labour included.
  • Car Hire to keep you on the move ‘Subject to T&C’s’.
  • Warranty coverage is transferable.
  • No cancellation fees cancel any time.

What is Covered

For more information on the parts that are covered please click the link.

Arrange Cover

If you want an extended warranty for your Volvo to insure your car beyond your manufacturer warranty you can get a quote and take out a policy with us today.

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About Volvo

Swedish automotive manufacturer Volvo was established in 1927 when the very first Volvo car, the OV 4 left the production line. The now world-famous logo that we see today, with the circle and diagonally pointing arrow, was inspired by the ancient symbol for iron.

In 2000, Volvo Group decided to put all their focus in commercial vehicles and sold its automobile manufacturing business to Ford. Ford was keen to acquire an automobile manufacturer of that size at the time so it was a deal that worked well for both.

In 2008, Ford had new visions for Volvo and wanted to push its cars more upmarket, and this resulted in the birth of the luxurious second generation Volvo S80 and XC60. Despite these efforts, Ford still decided to sell Volvo Cars at the end of 2008 however, and Chinese automobile manufacturer Geely Holding Group was the buyer.

Volvo’s current line up consists of favourites such as the V40, a practical family hatchback with strong safety features and a good range of engines to choose from. Then there’s the likes of the S90 for a more executive, spacious drive. Across its range, Volvo generally tries to produce vehicles high in quality and practicality, which boast high end security features to boot.

Volvo’s popular range of vehicles includes the XC40, XC60, XC90, V40 and S9.

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