|Monday||08:30 - 17:30|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 17:30|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 17:30|
|Thursday||08:30 - 17:30|
|Friday||08:30 - 17:30|
|Saturday||08:30 - 16:00|
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At West Country Cars we make warranties simple. We give you a 3 month No Quibble warranty on all vehicles up to £10,000, anything above that you get a 6 month No Quibble warranty. And when we say No Quibble we mean NO QUIBBLE, if you have an issue with your new purchase we fix it, with NO exceptions, NO customer contribution, NO excess, NO fuss!
Do not worry if you live a long way away, we will organise for your vehicle to be repaired at a local specialist to you. If you are local any claim will be handled by our fully quaified workshop team, with a loan car supplied for your convenience.
Other dealers may offer you a longer period of warranty but they are insurance backed policies with a number of exclusions and quite low claim limits. As we make sure your car is in Tip Top condition before you collect it the chances of a warranty claim is very slim but we do find many claims tend to be minor issues such as squeaks or rattles. No matter how minor or major an issue may be, rest assured you are in the right hands and all claims will be fixed STRESS FREE!
We are an approved Safe and Sound dealer so if you wish to extend your warranty for up to 2 years we would be happy to arrange this for you. This is what Sir Stirling Moss wanted to say about it...
Sir Stirling Moss
“I often get approached to put my name to products and services but when I was introduced to ‘Safe and Sound’ I knew this was something that was valuable for the consumer… a car warranty product that goes further and adds value – a product that is good for the car buyer and good for the industry. We all know buying a car is a big decision and this product brings with it peace of mind – removing those niggling doubts about safety, car history, real mileage and even if you’re paying a fair price. I am pleased to have my name associated with ‘Safe and Sound’; it’s a winning product for motorists in the UK.”