Your current manufacturer’s warranty may be nearing expiration or has already expired. Fortunately, you may be eligible to extend or renew your warranty coverage by purchasing one of three Ferrari Power Extended Service Contracts.
Ferrari Power Extended Service Contracts provides factory level protection so you can drive with confidence year after year without the worry of costly repair bills. And as you would expect, all work is performed by Factory-Trained technicians using only Genuine Ferrari parts.
Was $5,800 NOW $4,750 (12-cyl.)
WAS $4,500 NOW $3,750 (8-cyl.)
Applicable to vehicles between the expiration of the new car limited warranty and six (6) years from the original date of sale. Covers: engine, power train and all other major systems and it’s transferable. Some exclusions apply. Prior purchase inspection required.
Was $4,900 NOW $4,499 (12-cyl.)
WAS $3,900 NOW $3,499 (8-cyl.)
Excellent choice for slightly older cars. Flexible and can be purchased anytime after the expiration of the new car limited warranty; it’s renewable for up to nine (9) years from the original new car sale date, therefore protecting your investment up to the 10th year. Covers: engine, power train, differential and it’s transferable. Some exclusions apply. Prior purchase inspection required.
Was $7,800 NOW $6,999 (12-cyl.)
WAS $6,450 NOW $5,999 (8-cyl.)
The most comprehensive and comparable to the new car limited warranty. It has 12 month duration and in some cases may be renewed for an additional year.. Covers: engine, power train and all the main components of the vehicle and it’s transferable. Some exclusions apply. Prior purchase inspection required.
Protect your Ferrari investment today and take advantage of this limited time offer of a Ferrari Power Extended Service Contract now. For more information call your Ferrari service team at 888.557.0366. Or visit our website at: www.theautogallery.com to make an online appointment and view all our parts and service specials for this month. Act now as this $300 OFF coupon expires on November 30th, 2012.