Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep® and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre* fully transferable Powertrain Warranty with $0 deductible, plus 24-hour roadside assistance. † Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres.* Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 5 years. The Cummins® Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres.*
*Whichever comes first. †Some conditions may apply. The 5/100 Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses or to SRT including Viper models. Contact us for complete details.
Any authorized Chrysler, Dodge, FIAT, Jeep® and Ram dealer throughout Canada and the United States can provide Service Contract repairs and covered services..
All new vehicle plans include Roadside Assistance for the duration of the plan selected. This service is available 24 hours/day, year-round, nationwide. Services include: battery boost, tire change, lockout service, emergency fuel delivery to a stranded vehicle, winching and towing to the nearest FCA Canada Inc. dealership. Some also include Tire Roadside Hazard Protection.
The plans provide an allowance for substitute transportation up to $50 per day to a maximum of five days per repair visit. This allowance is available to the contract owner any time the covered component of the either the Service Contract, or the vehicle's Basic Warranty or Emissions Warranty fails and the repairs take overnight.
The Service Contracts have $0 or $100 deductibles for the term of the contract and are dependent on the contract selected. A deductible does not apply to towing or to rental allowance.
The unexpired portion of Plan coverage may be transferred to the subsequent retail purchaser at no charge. This benefit provides the original owner a selling feature at the time of dealer trade-in or private sale.
The customer may request, from the dealer, a full reimbursement within 60 calendar days of the contract purchase date. Reimbursement by FCA Canada Inc., to the selling dealership, would be less than any paid repairs or services.