Every new Dodge is covered by a Basic Limited Warranty that is good for three years or 36,000 miles and a Power-train Limited Warranty that is good for five years or 60,000 miles. It is essential to keep in mind that manufacturer warranties, such as the one offered by Dodge, only cover components that were flawed when they were shipped out of the production facility. The warranty from the manufacturer does not cover the natural wear and tear that occurs to parts over time. Due to this limitation, your Dodge vehicle does not provide protection against breakdowns that may occur as a result of typical driving activities. A basic limited warranty that lasts for three years is commonly referred to as a bumper-to-bumper warranty. Unfortunately, even the most basic warranties only last for three years, well before your vehicle would require any of the most expensive repairs. The vast majority of motorists won't make use of this limited warranty at all, despite the fact that it offers comprehensive coverage. In the initial years of ownership, many drivers find that their Dodge automobiles do not require any significant maintenance at all. Power-train warranties typically have a far longer duration than their bumper-to-bumper equivalents, but they have a much narrower scope of coverage. The following components of the power-train are the only ones covered by the warranty: Differentials, Axles, Driver Shafts, Transfer Case, Transmission and Engine. To learn more about the 2023 Dodge Durango warranty and maintenance, please get in touch with us at Cranbrook Dodge.