Extended Service Contracts

Service Contracts That Make Sense

While our auto brokers love helping our clients drive away in the vehicle of their dreams, we also love to know that their cars will be protected should an issue arise down the road. While we take pride in selling top-quality vehicles, we unfortunately cannot foresee future mechanical problems. This is why we offer our clients an extended service contract through CNA National, a leader in the vehicle service contract industry known for helping vehicle owners save thousands on unexpected repairs. We want to make sure each of our clients have fantastic coverage at an affordable price.

Our auto brokers are here to help you save as much as possible on your vehicle. There are many options for service contracts. We even offer a service contract that covers electric vehicles. We’ll help you find the best service contract for you to protect you against unexpected repair costs.

Why should you consider an extended service contract?

Having an extended service contract in place can mean the difference between paying for costly repairs out-of-pocket or not. In other words, investing in an extended service contract ensures peace of mind that you’re covered should any unexpected issues arise with your vehicle.

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Information provided is believed accurate but all specifications, pricing, and availability must be confirmed in writing (directly) with the dealer to be binding. We reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions prior to the final sale of the vehicle. Advertised price includes $250 Documentation Fee. Sales tax, finance charges, cost of emissions test, and other governmental fees or taxes are not included in the quoted price. Transportation costs incurred after the sale to deliver the vehicle to the purchaser at the purchaser’s request are not included in the quoted price. RECALL NOTICE: Some vehicles offered for sale may be subject to unrepaired manufacturer safety recalls. To determine the recall status of a vehicle, visit https://www.nhtsa.gov/ recalls