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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, we’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:
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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.
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Only the French would take something as utilitarian as a small van and turn it into an MPV, without trying to disguise its roots. It's a formula that works brilliantly though, because if you want tremendous practicality without having to spend much, cars like the Kangoo - and its Citroen Berlingo/Peugeot Partner rivals are unbeatable.
It was the first car in its class to get a five-star Euro-NCAP rating, so the Laguna will look after you if the worst should happen. However, it may not look after you when it comes to faultless running, so check any potential purchase very carefully.
You could buy it as a saloon, a hatch, a convertible or an estate, with a choice of engines and a multitude of trims - Renault really did aim to have a Megane for everyone. However, more people hated the exterior styling than liked it and build quality could be patchy, ensuring savage depreciation. Which only makes the car an even better buy - as long you find a good one.
Renault created the compact MPV with its original Megane Scenic, which arrived way back in 1997. Here was a car that took all of the best bits of a hatchback, estate and full-size MPV, then combined them in one brilliantly practical carry-all that was not only eminently affordable, but good to drive too. So when a third-generation Scenic arrived in 2009, expectations were high - and few were disappointed. Offered in long-wheelbase Grand Scenic form too (like its predecessor), this new model was safer, better-equipped, more refined and better to drive too - and now it makes a great used buy.
Poor Renault; it tries to offer something a little different in the executive sector and ends up getting a bloody nose. However, Renault's misfortune is your gain; the Vel Satis is all but unsaleable on the used car market, thanks to its unusual styling and downmarket image. However, it offers a fascinating alternative to more established German execs, so if you're after something plush on the cheap, this could be just what you've been looking for.
The Renault Megane Mk3 offered one of the widest models ranges imaginable, with a wide array of engines, trims and body styles to choose from. As well as three- and five-door hatchbacks there was also an estate and a coupe-cabriolet, numerous facelifts plus a variety of hot Renault Sport editions. So you're spoiled for choice - but pinning down exactly which is the right model for you can be bewildering. We'd say it's worth the effort though because the Megane represents great value and while it's no class leader in any respect, it's just the job for budget-conscious buyers in the market for a family car.
The original Scenic mini-MPV was a revolution when it arrived in 1997. By the time the new model appeared in 2003 there was a lot more competition, but the Renault is still a great car - and it's even better in long-wheelbase seven-seat Grand Scenic form. These cars offer great value as used buys, with diesel editions proving especially attractive. Some cars can be troublesome though, so tread carefully, checking everything over before buying.
When Renault failed to bring its brilliant original Twingo to the UK, it made a big mistake - which it didn't repeat when it introduced an all-new model in 2007. Unfortunately the follow-up didn't share the innovation of its predecessor, but as a used buy Renault's smallest car is still worth a closer look for its distinctive styling, spacious and versatile interior as well as the performance in Renault Sport guise. But while the Twingo is ideally suited to urban driving, it's not so adept at longer high-speed journeys thanks to poor refinement. Reliability can also be an issue, so make plenty of checks before buying.
Look past the silly name and the Renault Wind has much to offer. Cheap to buy and run, quirkily styled and with a great chassis - set up the boys from Renault Sport - the Wind deserved a better fate. As it was, this Twingo-based roadster lasted just 18 months with a mere handful sold in the UK; now it represents a truly affordable and distinctive route into open-topped motoring.