All brand new cars come with warranties, covering your vehicle against any mechanical fault due to the workmanship.

If, for example, you get in your car one day and the steering wheel just falls off, you could expect this to be fixed by the manufacturer within the warranty period.

Warranties offered by manufacturers cover a set number of years and/or a set mileage – whichever comes first.

So, what new car warranty does your car come with? The table below shows the standard warranties offered by car manufacturers in the UK.

Manufacturer Warranty years Warranty miles
Alfa Romeo 3 unlimited
Aston Martin 3 unlimited
Audi 3 60,000
Bentley 3 unlimited
BMW 3 unlimited
Caterham 1 12,000
Chevrolet 5 100,000
Chrysler 3 60,000
Citroën 3 60,000
Dacia 3 60,000
Ferrari 4 unlimited
Fiat 3 60,000
Ford 3 60,000
Honda 3 90,000
Hyundai 5 unlimited
Infiniti 4 60,000
Jaguar 3 unlimited
Jeep 3 36,000
Kia 7 100,000
Lamborghini 4 unlimited
Land Rover 3 unlimited
Lexus 3 60,000
Lotus 3 unlimited
Maserati 3 unlimited
Mazda 3 60,000
Mercedes-Benz 3 unlimited
MG Motor 3 60,000
MINI 3 unlimited
Mitsubishi 3 unlimited
Nissan 3 60,000
Perodua 2 36,000
Peugeot 3 60,000
Porsche 2 unlimited
Renault 4 100,000
SEAT 3 60,000
Skoda 3 60,000
smart 2 unlimited
Ssangyong 5 unlimited
Subaru 5 100,000
Suzuki 3 60,000
Tesla 4 50,000
Toyota 5 100,000
Vauxhall lifetime (3 years from January 2015) 100,000 (60,000 miles from January 2015)
Volkswagen 3 60,000
Volvo 3 60,000

For further information about what the actual warranty of your chosen vehicle covers then you should check the manufacturer’s website or speak to your local dealership – which can be found in our dealership directory.