Poole, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 18, 2011 -- Go Car Warranty are an established player within the field of extended car warranties, and already have a range of coverage options available to car owners who wish to prolong their warranty. Perhaps most popular amongst their offerings is the "Ultimate" warranty, and due to its popularity GO Car Warranty have now decided to launch an extended version - the "UltimatePlus".
The UltimatePlus comes with a price guarantee that sees GO Car Warranty refunding the difference plus £10 to any customer who, within 10 days of purchase, finds a better deal elsewhere (that is, a comparable coverage at a lower price). With an increasing number of car owners going online to find the best deal, there is little doubt that this new offering will be of great value to money-savvy motorists. Indeed, a GO Car Warranty representative made the following statement in conjunction with the announcement of their new service:
"We are delighted to announce the launch of the UltimatePlus car warranty. With the UK's motorists currently more pressed for spare cash than ever in the light of recent wage freezes, rising unemployment and local council budget cuts, here at GO Car Warranty we understand the need that motorists have for an extensive but competitively priced warranty that also offers wear and tear."
It is clear, then, that GO Car Warranty realise that value for money lies at the heart of a large proportion of their customers' concern, and that they do offer. In fact, the UltimatePlus warranty covers a wide range of parts including, but not limited to, the clutch, brakes, rear and front suspension, engine, and both automatic and manual gearboxes - including wear and tear.
Alongside the launch of their new UltimatePlus warranty, they also released statistics relating to their most expensive and most common claims respectively, as well as information regarding some of the most and least reliable cars. These showed that, amongst used cars that are three years of age or older, Maseratis, TVRs, and Aston Martins were amongst the least reliable - while Fords, Toyotas, and Hondas were some of the most reliable. In terms of the most expensive claims, automatic gearboxes topped the list at some £842.12 (manual gearboxes, meanwhile, average £523.64), followed by torque converters at £684.29 and cylinder heads at £649.79.
With manufacturers' warranties being limited to a certain amount of miles and/or years, and millions of Britons relying on their cars on a daily basis for the commute to and from work, picking up the kids' from school or simply getting their weekly shop home from Tesco, an extended warranty can be a real life saves. This is especially true when one takes into consideration the fact that a car is often the second most expensive purchase you will make, beaten to top of the podium only by your home. It offers the peace of mind to know that even if your car breaks down, you and your family won't be left stranded with no way of making the journeys we all require in our day to day lives.