Do You Get Warranty On A Lease Car?

When leasing, you have a responsibility to look after and maintain your lease car, so it is good to understand what warranty is available for you and what it covers on your vehicle.

What Is a Car Warranty?


Car warranty is a guarantee from the manufacturer that the vehicle should not develop certain faults within a certain time frame or usage (mileage amount). If the vehicle does develop a mechanical fault, the warranty will help cover the cost for repair.

Do You Get Warranty on A Lease Car?


To put it simply, yes you do get warranty on a lease car. The duration and maximum mileage amount for your car is chosen by the manufacturer. Warranty terms tend to differ between brands and on some occasions can differ between a brand’s model range as well. On average, manufacturer’s warranty is at least three years or 60,000 miles.

When you have ordered your vehicle, it is a good idea to go through the manufacturer’s specific warranty conditions and understand what the parameters of their warranty are, so you have a clear idea.

What Is Covered by Manufacturer’s Warranty?

  • Steering & Handling
  • Ignition & Fuel Systems
  • Electrical Components
  • Coolant & Cooling Systems
  • Transmissions
  • Components in the Brakes
  • Clutches (Non-Frictional)
  • Gearbox
  • Vehicle Suspension

What Isn’t Covered by Manufacturer’s Warranty?

  • Wear and Tear to Tyres & Wheels
  • Bodywork
  • Brake Pads
  • Air Conditioning
  • Audio Equipment
  • Digital Displays
  • Glass In Windows
  • Headlights

If you want to make sure your vehicle stays in the best condition possible why not take out a maintenance plan with your lease?

Any Questions?


If you have any questions about warranty on a lease car, our team are here to help. Get in contact with the team and we’ll be sure to help you in any way we can. You can give us a call on 0345 350 3776, email us at enquiries@willowleasing.com and send us a message on our live chat service.