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Volvo Extended Warranty

Do you need an extended warranty for your Volvo to replace an expired manufacturer warranty? If so, Warranty Direct can help. We have flexible coverage options that can relieve you of the financial burden of unexpected car repairs.

Get a Quote now (click here) for an extended warranty for top Volvo models like V40, V60, V70, XC60 and XC90. Competitive prices and monthly payments.

Download our Consumer Guide to Warranty (click here) for more information.


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:

  • Engine
  • Gearboxes
  • Transmissions
  • ECUs and computers
  • Casings
  • Supercharger
  • Turbocharger
  • Flywheels & drive plates

We offer 4 different level of cover that comes with extra elements and protections that you can choose from,

  • Core: core only
  • Intermediate: Core with Core Plus
  • Advanced: Core, Core Plus and Safety System Protection
  • Ultimate: Core, Core Plus, Safety System Protection, Emissions system and Multimedia Systems.

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:

  • Hybrid and electric vehicle components
  • All auxiliary drive belts.
  • All hoses and pipes (except for high pressured power steering pipes).
  • Manual transmission clutch plate, clutch cover and release bearing.
  • ECUs and computers: Upgrade, updates or revised software and firmware.
  • Engine: Catalytic converters, engine covers.
  • Body work, paintwork, trims, upholstery and windows.

You can be safe in the knowledge that we offer:

  • Choice of hourly labour rates for your repairs.
  • Coverage of the cost of parts and labour for damage to an insured part even if it was caused by the failure of an uninsured part.
  • Reimbursement for emergency travel costs if and when your Volvo breaks down due to failure of an insured part.
  • 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.

    Click here to get started.

    * 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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