Titan Auto Warranty is an extended car warranty provider.
The company boasts that purchasing an extended car warranty has never been easier thanks to its advanced technology and resources. If you’re interested in learning more about Titan Auto’s warranty plans, you can fill out an online form and get a quote in less than two minutes.
However, there are a few things that raise some flags for us and we recommend that you use caution before working with Titan Auto.
If you’re interested in working with Titan Auto Warranty, you can quickly get a quote by filling out the online form. The form asks for information regarding your vehicle and some personal info (first and last name, email, phone number, and zip code).
Keep in mind that by filling out the form, you give Titan Auto Warranty permission to contact you via email, phone, or text.
The form is simple and should only take a few minutes to complete (granted, you have all the needed information).
Titan Auto offers three extended warranty plans.
The Powertrain Plan offers the least amount of coverage but is a great option if you’re looking for some basic coverage for the following:
Titan Auto’s Powertrain Plus plan covers everything the Powertrain plan does plus the following additional coverage:
However, if you want full coverage, you’ll want to go with the Bumper to Bumper plan. This plan covers everything from the previous two plans, plus everything covered by MFG warranty.
All of Titan Auto’s plans come with the following coverage:
Titan Auto offers customer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The customer support team can help answer questions about quotes, coverage, and filing a claim.
Nowhere on the Titan Auto Warranty website does the company mention specific vehicle requirements for its plans.
Most car warranty providers will disclose — upfront — the specific parameters your car has to meet to qualify for coverage.
For example, a car warranty company might only allow cars under five years old with less than 100,000 odometer miles to sign up for their Premium plan. Or the company might have a Powertrain plan that allows cars to be up to 15 years old and have less than 250,000 odometer miles.
The fact that Titan Auto doesn’t disclose this information upfront is frustrating as it will lead to consumers filling out the online form, only to find out that their car doesn’t meet the requirements.
To find out if your car meets all the plan requirements, you’ll need to fill out the online quote form or call the company directly. While this isn’t an unusual tactic (for the industry), it would be nice if Titan Auto just put the information directly on the website.
Titan Auto is not a member of the Vehicle Protection Association or VPA. The VPA’s mission is “To promote regulatory transparency, education and accountability compliance and stability for marketing and servicing of vehicle service contracts.”
While being a VPA member isn’t required, we do highly recommend consumers work with companies that are.
Titan Auto Warranty states that it has been in business for over 23 years.
Twenty-three years is a decent amount of time, and Titan Auto should have garnered a reasonable number of reviews during that time. However, when visiting the company’s social media profile, there are only about 20 reviews.
We aren’t recommending solely picking a company based on the number of social media reviews. Still, we find it odd that Titan Auto has been in the industry for almost a decade and only a handful of reviews — all of which are five stars (something else that may be suspicious).