What is statutory warranty on a used car
For a used car, statutory warranty lasts for three months or 5000 kilometres after purchase - whichever comes first.
Is there a 30-day warranty on used cars?
If you purchase a used car from a dealer, you have the right to return the car within 30 days and receive a full refund.
How can you buy a warranty for a used car?
When you buy a used car, it may also come with a warranty. If not, it is possible to buy a used car warranty through a specialist provider.
How long does a used car warranty last?
Warranties can last anywhere between three months to three years. How long you choose to have a warranty in place may depend on the budget you have available to pay the premiums.
Do I need a warranty on a used car?
If you drive a second-hand car, you are not legally obliged to take out warranty cover. However, you might appreciate the peace of mind knowing you’re protected if you’re faced with an unexpected repair bill.
Do dealers give warranty on used cars?
The simple answer to this question is that it depends on the car and the dealer. While most of the larger dealerships specialising in used car sales do offer warranties, much smaller operations may not.