Ram Trucks come standard with a 3 year 36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper factory warranty.
It covers parts and labor on repairs for all components except wearable items like brakes, tires, and batteries.
Ram Truck engine warranties continue after the factory warranty expires, however the mileage differs for gas and diesel engines.
Gas engine warranties continue for 2 years or 24,000 miles and diesel engine warranties continue for 2 years or 64,000 miles after the basic warranty expires.
Ram offers three levels of protection for owners who want extended warranties to offset the cost of future repairs.
What does the Ram Truck Extended Warranty cover? Mopar Max Care covers the cost of repairs for all electrical and mechanical components including over 5000 parts.
Max Care is the best extended warranty offered by Ram and it covers all the same components as the standard bumper-to-bumper warranty. The only things not covered are routine maintenance, paint, trim, and wear items.
The only things not covered.
Mopar Added Care Ram Truck Added Care covers over 850 parts including engine, transmission, driveline, steering, air conditioning, electrical, power group, 4x4, and suspension.
Ram Truck Powertrain Care covers over 300 parts including engine, transmission, driveline, and 4x4.
How much is the repair copay?
Ram offers three choices of deductible copay: $0, $100, and $200.
The $0 copay looks like the best choice but it is not worth the difference in upfront cost.
Therefore, F&I Tools analysts consider the Ram Truck Max Care $100 deductible bumper-to-bumper extended warranty the best value for the price.
How much does the Ram Truck Max Care Warranty cost?
2023 Retail Market Value for 8 years or 125,000 miles:
$0 deductible: $5,095
$100 deductible: $4,170
$200 deductible: $3,995
Prices may vary by vehicle, location, usage, and start date. Ram Truck extended warranty options may differ for pre-owned and commercial use vehicles.