peugeot manufacturer s warranty

Our promise to you

…we’ll put it right for free.

Naturally, we recommend that you take your Peugeot to one of our authorised repair centres for any work it needs. That’s the best way to make sure it gets first-rate attention from Peugeot-trained technicians, who’ll only use genuine Peugeot parts.

It also means your Peugeot Warranty will remain valid for its full duration. See our Warranty Terms & Conditions.

Talk to your local Peugeot dealer to find out exactly what your Peugeot Vehicle Warranty covers.

You can also check on the recommended Service Intervals for your Peugeot.


Extending your Warranty

For continued peace of mind, you can extend your warranty beyond the end of Peugeot’s manufacturer warranty with a Peugeot Renewal Warranty, providing your Peugeot is less than 3 years old, and has covered less than 60,000 miles.

You can purchase Peugeot Renewal Warranty by clicking on the link below.

Peugeot Renewal Warranty – Quote & Buy

If you currently have a Peugeot Renewal Warranty or a Peugeot Approved Used Warranty, your vehicle has covered less than 100,000 miles, and will be less than 10 years old on your policy expiry date, we will be in touch before it expires to invite you to renew your warranty.

Peugeot Renewal Warranty offers extensive component coverage, repairs can be carried out at a Peugeot Authorised Repairer, and is available as an Annual Policy or a Monthly Renewing Policy.

Another great thing about a Peugeot Renewal Warranty is that it’s fully transferrable if you decide to sell your car - a great incentive for potential buyers.

For more information, please call us on 0844 573 8050 or click on the link below.

Extended Warranty brochure
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Vehicle Recalls

To find out if any parts from your Peugeot need to be checked or replaced because of a company recall, call our Helpline on 0845 600 4400.

It will help if you have your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) with you when you call. Depending on your model, you may be able to find this on:

  • Your Vehicle Registration paperwork
  • A metal plate on the front of the engine
  • The top of the dashboard, at the driver’s side, visible through the windshield