Does the Maeving motorbike come with a warranty?

We take pride in the fact that each and every bike is assembled in Coventry, the heart of British motorcycling heritage.
All new Maeving bikes come with a 2-year unlimited mileage vehicle warranty and a 3-year or 22 000 mile battery and drivetrain warranty. With the option to purchase a further 2-year or 13 000 mile-extended battery and drivetrain warranty. All warranties commence from the date of delivery. Any part replaced or repaired will be covered under warranty for the remainder of the warranty.
Are the warranties transferable?
Yes, both warranties can be transferred to new owners as long as they are valid. If you wish to transfer your warranty please click here to do so.
Are all repair and replacement costs covered under warranty?
Maeving will cover the cost of parts and labor charges for work carried out under warranty. The callout fee for repairs will not be covered under the warranty.
Is roadside assistance or vehicle recovery included under the warranty?
No, but if you need help with this please contact us at +44 24 7718 0149 and we can advise you
How will I be charged for in-warranty repairs?
Repairs or replacements that are covered under the vehicle or battery warranty will be free of charge, however, transport costs will be charged on a per-mile basis.
How will I be charged for out-of-warranty repairs?
Out-of-warranty services are invoiced separately and will include, parts, labor, and a call-out fee.
What is not covered under warranty?
  • Items that are expected to wear and tear due to their normal function such as tyres and brake pads
  • Defects to the front fork oil seals as they are subject to wear and tear, including but not limited to damage caused by stone chips to the inner fork tubes.
  • Paint, polished aluminum, or trim deterioration due to wear and tear, exposure or lack of correct maintenance.

What voids my warranty?

  • Abuse or neglect
  • Crashing the bike
  • Misuse of the vehicle including racing/competition, for-profit activities, and overloading
  • Missing scheduled services as detailed in the owner handbook by more than 22 working days
  • Utilising servicing and repairs from non-Maeving-approved workshops or technicians
  • Repairing or replacing parts with non-Maeving-approved parts
  • Modification without authorization from Maeving
  • Corrosion due to lack of care

Should a warranty claim become necessary, Maeving shall not be liable for loss of use, inconvenience, lost time, commercial losses, or other incidental or consequential damages.

To avoid corrosion, we recommend cleaning the bike with a mild detergent and a non-abrasive sponge after every use in wet conditions.