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As most of us know, Honda has extended their powertrain warranty to 5 years/60,000 miles and we should be getting letters this month telling us it is retroactive to any Ridgeline purchased this year. It states the warranty is "limited". What exactly does that mean? And what would "powertrain" actually cover?
 

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shortspark said:
As most of us know, Honda has extended their powertrain warranty to 5 years/60,000 miles and we should be getting letters this month telling us it is retroactive to any Ridgeline purchased this year. It states the warranty is "limited". What exactly does that mean? And what would "powertrain" actually cover?
"In August 2005, AHM will send an information letter and an updated warranty booklet to customers who received the non-updated warranty booklet when they purchased their Ridgelines."

"This warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship on powertrain components including the engine, transmission, and front- and rear-wheel-drive systems, under normal use."

Nearly all warranties are "limited". An example of a "limit" would be that the warranty does not cover abuse, or normal maintenance items, etc.
 

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Another example is the Toyota powertrain warranty. It covers the internals of the powertrain, and excludes the computer and sensors, among other items.

I assume the Honda will be similar.
 
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