This Unlimited Warranty For Used Bugatti Veyron Sounds Like A Bargain

That’s definitely a brave move for UK’s used car warranty provider Warrantywise, as the Bugatti Veyron represents not only one of the most expensive cars ever produced, is also one of the most demanding to maintain, too.

The new 12-month cover, which costs £10,000 ($12,300 in current exchange rates) will be offered by Tom Hartley, one of UK’s leading high-end car dealers as standard with a Bugatti Veyron.

Warrantywise estimates the value of the Veyron at £2 million ($2.47 million) and offers a £10k Platinum Plus warranty that includes unlimited claims up to the value of the car, meaning any repairs up to £2 mil, including wear and tear, plus roadside assistance and car hire.

More specifically, the Platinum Plus warranty covers all mechanical and electrical parts, including oil seals, labor rates, air-conditioning, gaskets, drive belts, wiring looms and radiators. And if you’re a hardcore geek, you know that the Veyron comes with 10 radiators, four turbochargers and a complex 8.0-litre W16 engine.

“Servicing and repair costs will always run into the tens-of-thousands, so we wanted to provide Tom Hartley and the Bugatti’s new owner with the best possible cover to make sure there are no unexpected bills at the start of their ownership,” said Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise. “We’ve got experience in covering almost every car on the road, from Fords to Ferraris, but this latest Bugatti warranty is really the pinnacle of our line-up.”

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