Through Carvana, you have the original limited warranty, or you can go with the extended warranty option, CarvanaCare. Below we break down each option.
Buyers have the option of adding CarvanaCare, which includes three levels of extended warranty coverage. SilverRock, a third-party warranty company, administers all plans. A Carvana extended warranty, known as CarvanaCare, covers repairs after an unexpected mechanical breakdown. Drivers can choose from three plans for their used vehicles at the time of purchase or by the end of the seven-day trial period Carvana gives buyers with their vehicles.
Here’s an overview of the three CarvanaCare extended warranty plans available:
This is the highest level of coverage available, incorporating the same covered elements as the lower-tier Essential and Plus plans in addition to one free year of oil changes, tire rotations, minor cosmetic repairs, and tire and wheel damage repairs.
This is a comprehensive coverage option that includes everything in the lower-tier Essential plan, along with steering, heat, and air conditioning.
This plan includes basic mechanical coverage, including the engine, transmission, and drivetrain.
Every CarvanaCare plan also comes with roadside assistance, including:
- Flat tire assistance
- Locksmith assistance
- Emergency gas and fluids
Carvana Limited Warranty
All cars come with a Limited Warranty that is valid for 100 days or 4,189 miles, whichever comes first. The warranty covers basic engine and powertrain components. Some Carvana vehicles are still covered by manufacturer warranties, though the time or mileage left on those warranties vary.