The basic limited warranty that comes with any Dodge vehicle covers all repairs and labor related to parts that are on the vehicle when it leaves the manufacturing plant, provided that those parts are defective in material, workmanship or factory preparation. Your dealer makes these repairs or adjustments using new or remanufactured parts at no cost to you.
If a covered part of your vehicle fails, the factory warranty covers towing charges to get you to your dealer. The warranty only covers the first 10 miles in the event of a tow to a dealership other than Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram.
The basic limited warranty has a time and mileage limit and lasts either for 36 months from the time of purchase or until the odometer hits 36,000 miles. If you meet one of the two conditions, the warranty expires. Some items only receive 12 months or 12,000 miles of coverage, and those items include brakes, wiper blades, clutch discs, windshields and rear windows, and wheel alignment and balancing.
In addition to the basic limited warranty, all Dodge vehicles receive five years or 100,000-mile roadside assistance service. This service provides support in the form of battery jumpstarts, flat tire service and more.