Save money on repairs with a cadillac warranty

Take a moment and reminisce on America in the early 1900s. Rising populations promised heavier industrialization, major companies began to establish themselves, and the roaring 20s, full of innovation and creativity, twinkled brightly in the near future. To tap into the modernism and innovation of the times, William Murphy and Lemuel Bowen (two financial backers who had recently cut ties with Henry Ford), hired a brilliant engineer named Henry Leland to produce an automobile. Leland brought with him his single-cylinder engine design, and with his advanced ingenuity he helped form the Cadillac Automobile Company in 1902. Quickly sensing the importance of Cadillac, General Motors (GM) acquired the company in 1909 to continue to produce vehicles that defied expectations and really lived up to their slogan, “Standard of the World.”

Now fast forward to 2018. You own a Cadillac, and you get to become a part of the rich tradition and history that surrounds it. Protect your vehicle with a Cadillac warranty—saving you from costly future repairs.

Let Smith Motors Answer Your Cadillac Warranty Questions

Listed below are common questions Cadillac owners have when choosing a warranty. At Smith Motors, we provide Extended Protection Plans for your GM vehicle—backed by GM itself.

When Does a Cadillac Warranty Begin and End?

Your plan will begin from the current odometer mileage on your vehicle and from the date of the contract purchase. Your warranty will end when you reach the mileage or time selected (whichever one is reached first), which is based on your original mileage and contract date. For example, if your vehicle originally has 30,000 miles and you choose a plan that covers up to 25,000 miles, your plan will officially end when your vehicle reaches 55,000 miles.

Is My Cadillac Warranty Transferable?

Yes. Your contract can be transferred to a new owner if you sell your vehicle, or you can cancel your plan and receive a prorated refund.

Where Do I Go for Cadillac Repairs?

You can have your Cadillac repaired at any GM dealership throughout the United States or Canada. Though GM dealerships are recommended, you can also have your vehicle repaired at any licensed repair facility.

What is the Difference Between a GMEPP Platinum and a GMEPP Silver Plan?

Though both plans offer thorough protection for your Cadillac and “wear and tear” coverage, the GMEPP Platinum Plan provides a more encompassing protection. Both plans protect your car’s powertrain, but the GMEPP Platinum Plan provides other benefits like safety assembly and high-tech component protection.  

What is Included with Roadside Assistance?

Receive roadside assistance with a GM Cadillac warranty

With your Cadillac warranty you will have access to:

  • Flat tire change
  • Towing
  • Battery jump
  • Key services (not available in Kansas)
  • Fuel delivery

You can access these benefits 24/7 with your GMEPP Extended Warranty.

Are All Cadillac Models Covered by These Plans?

Yes. GMEPP is the official Cadillac warranty provider.

Why Should I Choose A GMEPP Plan?

The vehicle components within a Cadillac are intricate and state-of-the-art—meaning that repairs will most likely be expensive (especially when out of pocket). By having a GMEPP Cadillac warranty, you will be able to protect your vehicle and have repairs done throughout the country. You will also be able to rest assured knowing that the major components within your vehicle are covered—even from “wear and tear.”

How Can I Get a Cadillac Warranty Quote?

To receive a free Cadillac warranty quote, visit Smith Motors online, or call 1 (866) 495-6123, for rapid help.

With your Cadillac, you are now a part of a larger, rich history that dates all the way back to 1902. So show off your Cadillac, and make sure it stays protected with a GMEPP Extended Warranty.