Ferrari has introduced the New Power15 extended warranty programme, whereby your Ferrari would be covered for up to 15 years from the date they’re first registered, yet again leading the way in its provision of after-sales services.

In fact, did you know that in 2014, Ferrari became the first marque in the world to offer its elite clientele the possibility of extending warranty cover up to 12 years?

To enhance the Prancing Horse ownership experience, it has now extended that programme further to offer owners an even better package with the aim to protect the value and functional integrity of the owner’s Ferraris over an even longer period.

Every new Ferrari comes with the standard factory three-year warranty along with a seven-year free maintenance programme. The full factory warranty can be extended for a further two years and, from the vehicle’s 6th to 12th year, where owners can opt for the New Power warranty which will provide cover on all major components.

This new offering even extends the coverage further by offering the possibility of covering the vehicle’s main mechanical components, including the engine, gearbox, PTU, suspension and steering, from year 12 right up to year 15. Extensions for the coverage will last for 12 months with an option to renew annually for three years.

This warranty extension option is available both for new and pre-owned Ferraris. Subject to the said Ferrari’s passing specific technical checks, the New Power15 extended warranty can also be provided to those which have not taken up the extended warranty cover, or on cars with gaps in the cover.

This makes the New Power15 Extended Warranty the most flexible and comprehensive package of its kind, setting a new benchmark in the automotive world.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.