At Willow Leasing, all of the cars you can lease from us come with the UK manufacturer’s warranty. Warranty means that if something goes wrong with your vehicle during the warranty period, you shouldn’t have to pay for those faults yourself.
However, there are certain limitations to what is covered by this warranty – for example, general wear and tear is not included. Each manufacturer warranty varies in both time period, mileage limitations and what counts as a fault for the car. Warranties generally start from a three-year period all the way up to seven.
Generally, a manufacturer’s warranty covers all major mechanical/electronic components on a vehicle:
Things that are not covered by warranty, generally include:
What do you do if your lease vehicle does become faulty whilst it is still under warranty? Below is a short guide to explain what you need to do:
If, after the repair has occurred, you keep getting the fault and frequent trips to the dealer fail to solve anything, you should start looking at your consumer rights.