If you’re looking for an extended warranty to replace your existing manufacturer warranty from Land Rover, Warranty Direct has flexible coverage options that can help. To help you reduce repair costs, we’re upfront about what we offer and provide practical, comprehensive coverage that will protect you when you need it the most.
With optional coverage options available on top of our Core cover, we hope to minimise the burden and cost of repairs in a way that a standard manufacturer warranty might not be able to. We offer you the freedom to decide where you’d like your car serviced and can protect you against damage to several systems that otherwise wouldn’t be covered.
Our core coverage comes as standard with any policy and covers the following components:
In addition to the core coverage, we offer you the choice to add:
At Warranty Direct, we care about our customers and your satisfaction in terms of coverage is our highest priority. We want you to understand exactly what’s included in your policy and are always upfront about our exclusions. With that being said, please be aware that our policies do not cover the following which are explained in detail in the policy documents:
You will have the peace of mind that we offer:
If you want to insure your Land Rover beyond what your manufacturer warranty offers and protect your car (and your pocket!) against unexpected breakdown, enter your registration number and take out an extended warranty policy with us today.
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In the span of the last 70 years Land Rover has gone from strength to strength and is now one of the most established brands in the automotive industry. Initially launched all the way back in 1948 at the Amsterdam Motor Show, Land Rover became an instant success. A reflection of its continued success came in 2007, when the four millionth Land Rover was produced in the form of a facelifted version of its iconic Defender model.
Also hugely popular is the Land Rover Range Rover, generally just referred to as the Range Rover. The first of these which was produced in 1970 was actually a 3-door model, and it was only in 1981 that we saw the first 4-door Range Rover.
Both of the above have gone onto see many different iterations of themselves, and whether it’s a classic design such as the Defender, or the more modern look of a new Range Rover Sport, Land Rover has got it covered when it comes to the four-wheel-drive market.
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When Land Rover built the final Defender at the end of 2015, it may have looked as though it had driven straight out of the 1940s, but under that boxy skin was a car that had been constantly updated over the years. It was still noisy, slow, thirsty and agricultural, but if you're looking for a weekend toy or a tow vehicle which can traverse even the most demanding terrain, the Defender is in a class of its own, while its relative simplicity makes DIY maintenance a breeze. However, you've got to be committed to buy a Defender as just about any rival is more comfortable, refined and high-tech, but somehow the Land Rover's crudity is a large part of its appeal.
When it comes to off-roaders, few have an image stronger or more desirable than a Land Rover. Designed and built to conquer the toughest terrain, SUVs like the Freelander shouldn’t struggle to cope with potholed roads in suburbia. But while the Freelander is a very accomplished family car that is also superb for towing, its sky-high image means bargains are few and far between. As a result you can pay plenty to buy one and thanks to a reliability record that's less than perfect you'll probably find running costs are also high - with things not helped by stiff fuel, road tax and insurance costs. So while there's plenty to like about the Freelander, make sure before you jump in, that you really can afford to own one.
When Land Rover decided to make the Range Rover brand more accessible in 2005, by launching a smaller, sportier edition, there were raised eyebrows. But enthusiasts needn't have worried as the Range Rover Sport was - and still is - supremely capable in the rough, while also providing a great on-road experience. While newer rivals beat the Sport on Tarmac, when it comes to all-round ability few cars can match the junior Range Rover. However, while the Range Rover Sport is a great car to drive, it can be a nightmare to own if you don't do your homework. Many cars have been plagued by poor reliability, while running costs are high - and there's only so much you can do to reduce them. Thirsty engines mean you'll be spending plenty on fuel and road tax, so don't jump into Sport ownership, feet first.
When it comes to enjoying the sense of occasion while driving, few cars can match the feel-good factor offered by the Range Rover. Pricey when new, the cars are costly to buy used and very expensive to run as fuel costs rise. However, there's little to touch Solihull's finest, and if you can afford one we'd definitely recommend it. That's especially so if you're looking for a great tow car - few vehicles are more accomplished at pulling trailers or caravans than the Range Rover.