Sure, when a pair of new Kawasaki JS550s was a few grand you didn’t put much thought into heaving them into the back of your pickup truck and heading down to the lake with a cooler and a couple of friends. But today’s personal watercraft are a lot closer to owning a small boat than a pair of waterscooters, and need to be treated as such.
That’s where a service contract can offer valuable protection. As part of the McGraw Powersports Group, Western Service Contract Corporation is one of the nation’s largest providers of motorcycle and personal watercraft service contracts.
Service contracts provide additional protection on top of the manufacturer’s warranty – for as long (or even longer) than you’ll own your new PWC. That’s right! While the average owner of a new PWC will keep their ski up to snuff for an average of five years, Western offers service contracts lasting up to SEVEN YEARS (84 months)! Longer protection against the expense of a mechanical breakdown.
And this is impressively comprehensive coverage against engine, jet pump, electric, instrumentation, and seals and gasket failure. Basically, if it can go wrong on a watercraft, you’re protected. It’s that stinkin’ simple.
Oh yeah, and since you can’t really go anywhere without your trailer, coverage for that is included too, along with pick-up and delivery service for a covered failure on the water. Yup, our friends at McGraw Powersports have thought of everything (hey, they’ve been doing this for nearly 40 years).
But here’s the kicker: these awesome service contracts are only available through your powersports dealerships. So next time you’re in looking at the latest models, stop by the F&I office to see if they partner with McGraw Powersports. Your dealer can tell you more about service contracts and other available protection like Roadside Assistance.
And The Watercraft Journal has just learned that McGraw Powersports is re-designing its website to include a Dealership Locator – so it will be easier than ever to find a dealer offering this great coverage. Look for the new website later this year.