Do you need an extended warranty for your Volvo to replace an expired manufacturer warranty? If so, Warranty Direct can help. We have several coverage options that can relieve you of the financial burden of unexpected car repairs.
Thousands of people are already happily insured through Warranty Direct and it’s easy to see why. Our coverage is flexible, sensible and – perhaps most importantly – customisable.
Our aim is to free you of the limitations that some manufacturer warranties might impede on you. Our policies even give you the freedom to decide things such as where your Volvo is serviced and we give you a choice of hourly rates for your repairs.
Our Core coverage comes with any policy you take out with us and covers the following components:
In addition to the Core coverage, we offer you the choice to add:
We know that policy documents can sometimes be difficult to understand. However, because customer satisfaction is important to us, we’re always upfront about exclusions and do our best to outline exactly what is included in your coverage. We do still recommend that you read the sample policy documents carefully and ask that you please bear in mind that our policies do not cover the following and a few more detailed in those documents:
You can be safe in the knowledge that we offer:
With an extended warranty from Warranty Direct, your Volvo will be covered for wear and tear*, you’ll be able to add additional coverage options that suit your particular needs, and you can rest assured that you’ll be taken care of in the case of a breakdown.
To get a quote and take out an extended warranty today, all you’ll need is your vehicle registration number. Alternatively, you can manually enter your Volvo’s model and year for a quote and you can purchase coverage later.
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* Please note that wear and tear claims are subject to a 90 day exclusion period unless your policy is a renewal or taken out immediately after expiration of your manufacturer warranty.
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.
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Volvo is much better known for its large cars rather than small models; the C30 is its most compact car to date. Distinctively styled and good to drive thanks to it sharing so much with the Ford Focus, the Volvo C30 was never a big seller in the UK as it never really captured buyers' imaginations. That's a shame because the C30 has much to offer, not least of all excellent safety levels, good build quality and most models are well equipped too. The C30 also came with some excellent engines from mild to wild. However, the tiny boot, limited rear leg room and lack of availability of a five-door option made the C30 a non-starter for some. But the C30's low profile ensures you get plenty for your money and with around 30,000 sold in the UK over a seven-year lifespan, there are more to go round than you might think.
The original Volvo S60 has been overlooked ever since its arrival, even though it's a great car in many respects. One of the most comfortable cars around, the S60 is also strong, supremely safe, well-equipped and excellent value. Sure it now looks dated, but when it comes to executive value for money, the S60 is virtually unbeatable.
When it arrived back in 2002, Volvo's first SUV proved a massive success; long waiting lists quickly formed thanks to this seven-seater 4x4s versatility, discreet styling and keen pricing. More comfortable on the road than off it the XC90 was one of a new generation of road-biased 4x4s that were good to drive and capable of providing ideal family transport. In the intervening years there's been no shortage of rivals introduced, and while the XC90 is no class-leader any more, it can still make a great used buy.
Looking for a great tow car that'll cover vast distances with ease and will transport the family and its luggage without breaking into a sweat? If you're looking for a car that'll do these things in one smart-looking package, the Volvo XC60 could be it. As with many road-biased crossovers the XC60 isn't great off-road, but as a tow vehicle or long-distance family car this compact SUV is a great choice. While some rivals are better to drive and feature extra carrying capacity, in everyday use the XC60 is unlikely to disappoint with its commanding driving position, well-designed dash and brilliantly comfortable seats - plus it's every bit as safe as you'd expect a Volvo to be.