When you buy expensive household appliances, furniture, electronics, cars and other big-ticket items, you typically buy with the peace of mind knowing your purchase is covered by a warranty. Imagine the shock you would feel if you purchased a $5,000 refrigerator, for example, paid to have it delivered and hooked up, then discovered six months later it was breaking down. Without a warranty on the fridge, you would be out of luck.


Now imagine that one of the most expensive items you’ll ever buy, your prized import vehicle, needed an expensive brake job costing more than $1,000 in parts and labor. You pay and drive off, only to discover six months later that the part your repair shop installed was faulty. Your reaction would likely range from mild inconvenience (if your repair shop provided an extended warranty for import cars ) to extreme distress (if your repair shop did not offer solid warranty protection).


The Benefits Of An Extended Warranty For Auto Repair

Nothing is foolproof, and auto parts are no exception. Just as foods are recalled and household appliances stop working for no apparent reason, auto parts occasionally fail. When the repair shop that places those parts on your vehicle backs its work with an extended warranty, you do not need to worry about paying for repairs or maintenance and discovering that the work does not solve the problem for the long term. Even in the most professional of repair shops, part failure does occur from time to time. An additional extended warranty for import cars that covers faulty parts, as well as installer error protects you and protects your import vehicle investment.


What You Should Ask A Repair Shop Before Allowing It To Service Your Car

In many areas, including the Dallas Metroplex, there seems to be an auto repair shop at every major intersection. Smart vehicle owners will do their homework and ask questions before signing on the dotted line to have pricey repair work done. Make sure to ask a shop if it offers a warranty on parts and service. If it says no, move on. If it says yes, ask for details on the terms of the warranty and what it covers. At the very minimum, a solid warranty will cover 1 year or 10,000 miles (whichever comes first).


Where To Find An Independent Auto Repair Warranty On Parts And Labor

If you own an import vehicle and live in North Texas, you’re fortunate for a number of reasons. One of them is that you are located near a top independent import vehicle service provider and that provider offers an extended service warranty in Dallas, TX. Southwest Auto provides a two-year/24,000-mile warranty on parts and labor. That’s just one reason why owners of imports like Cooper’s, Audi’s, Saab’s, BMW’s, Volvo’s and Mercedes travel from Fort Worth, Denton, and the Dallas Metroplex to have their cars serviced at Southwest Auto.

If you own an import vehicle and want the peace of mind of knowing that the shop that repairs and maintains your car backs its work with an iron-clad extended warranty, contact us at Southwest Auto. We back all of our work with a warranty you can count on.

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