By protecting your Chevrolet with a warranty from Warranty Direct you will be covered in every instance above!
At Warranty Direct, we are flexible and aim to free you of some of the potential limitations of standard manufacturer warranties.
We offer different coverage options, as well as giving you the freedom to decide things such as where you want your car serviced.
Our Core coverage comes as standard with any policy and covers the following components:
In addition to the mandatory, core coverage, we offer you the choice to add:
Because customer satisfaction is our priority, weâ€™re just as upfront about our exclusions as we are about our coverage. We recommend that you carefully read the policy documents for full details and please be advised that our policies do not cover the following:
You can be safe in the knowledge that we offer:
If you want to insure your car against wear and tear* and beyond your manufacturer warranty, get a quote and take out an extended warranty with us today.
All you need is your registration number. Alternatively, if you just want a quote for a vehicle you donâ€™t have the registration number for you can simply enter the model and year of your car manually.
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*Unless your policy is a renewal, or it is taken out immediately before the manufacturer's original new car warranty expires, wear and tear claims are subject to a 90 day exclusion period.
Find out what NewCarNet have to say about your car below
Chevrolet is now a defunct brand in the UK, but don't let that stop you from considering what was arguably its most capable model when it was current. The Captiva is a seven-seat SUV that was one of the most affordable cars in its segment when it was new. The brand's low profile when it was trading here meant the Captiva shed its value quickly; with Chevrolet's profile dropping further since its UK dealers were shuttered at the end of 2015, its products are more affordable than ever. The Captiva is no class leader in any one area, but as an all-rounder it's plenty good enough to deserve your attention.
It started out as a Daewoo and ended up as a Chevrolet - but whatever the logo on the nose, this wasn't one of GM's finest. Not what you'd call a real howler, the Kalos wasn't so much a bad car as one that was completely overshadowed by much more capable rivals - so only buy one if the price is right or you're desperate to make an anti-style statement.
The Chevrolet Trax had barely gone on sale in the UK before its maker announced that it was shutting up shop in Europe. As a result this micro-SUV never really stood a chance, but it didn't come close to threatening the class leaders anyway, so it was never much of a loss. That's not to say the Trax is a poor car though. It always offered strong value and a decent level of practicality, along with a four-wheel drive option _ it's just a shame the car was so bland with it. Now Chevrolet has ceased trading in the UK you're on your own in terms of getting problems fixed, but thankfully reliability seems to be OK, even if it's short of the class best.