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If you can maintaining it this way, I would expect you to easily get 225,000+ before you see any real (major) problems. These have been some really solid vehicles so far.
Trying to decide if an extended warranty for an additional 5 years or 100,000 miles makes sense. Any thoughts?
Uh, how much do they want?
Who is the warranty from?
What all does it cover?
1,700 with zero deductible through Warranty Direct. I have used them in the past.
Since you've had them in the past, did you ever have a claim?
How did they handle it?
I have had many claims and they handle everything. I take the car to the dealer and they pay the dealer direct via a mastercard. No hassle for me. Cheaper than buyin through the dealer and they are rated extremely high.
Engine--a) The following lubricated internal parts: pistons, pins & rings, connecting rods & bearings; crankshaft & main bearings; camshaft, followers & cam bearings; push rods, valves, springs, replaceable guides, seats & lifters; rocker arms, shafts & bushings; timing gear, chain, tensioners & retainers; eccentric shaft; oil pump. (b) Timing belt; serpentine belt; Water pump: Impeller shaft, bearings, bushings & housing; intake & exhaust manifolds; engine mounts & cushions; engine torque strut; harmonic balancer; flywheel (flexplate) & flywheel ring gear; mechanical fuel pump; dipstick & tube; all pulleys. (c) All lubricated internal parts of the vehicle manufacturer installed turbocharger or supercharger. (d) Engine head(s); engine block; cylinder barrels; timing cover; valve cover(s); oil pan; dipstick & tube.
Transmission--(a) All lubricated internal parts contained within the case(s). (b) Computer modules & solenoids; filler tube & dipstick; vacuum modulator; internal linkage. (c) Transmission case, transfer case & torque converter case.
Drive Axle--(a) All lubricated internal parts contained within the housing(s). (b) Axle shafts; constant velocity joints (CV); universal joints; drive shafts; locking hubs; locking rings; supports, retainer & bearings. (c) Differential housing, transaxle housing & final drive housing.
ELECTRICAL- Starter Motor, alternator, voltage regulator, power window motors, heater fan and front wiper motor. AIR CONDITIONING - Compressor Motor, condenser and evaporator, compressor clutch, coil (pulley and hoses are not covered).
Wow, that is one of the better looking warranty policies but couple that with that you have used them and were satisfied with how they handled the claim, then I would say that it would be good insurance against the unexpected.
I've been using them since 2002 on several of my cars. If you sell the car before the mileage or time are up they give you a prorated refund.
Sounds like a epic win!
Thanks for the info. Check them out at warrantydirect.com.
I will, Thanks.