Is an Acura warranty transferable?

If I sell an Acura that’s still under warranty, will the warranty be transferable to a new car or a new buyer? If not, I'll wait until the warranty expires.

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on Jul 26, 2022
Yes! Acura does allow you to transfer warranties to a new buyer when selling your car or transfer your old warranty to a new vehicle. This could save you some money during a trade-in, or save your buyer some money if they run into issues.
However, transferring a warranty just means that defective parts will be replaced free of charge until the warranty expires. It doesn’t mean that you won’t have to pay for repairs caused by other factors, like bad driving habits or acts of God.
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