That's who this is through. Yours was calculated from the original in service date or after the standard one runs out?Wait......wait
I EXTENDED my WARRANTY through zieglar chrysler , i have a 100 deductible its a 4 year extension for 1350 dollars total . Look into ZIEGLAR . I used it once with no issues . You have to have your current warrant intact . They also let you finance it with 0 interest . Amazing
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How does the company that provides you with extended warranty make money if, on average, the person pays less for insurance than the cost of the covered repairs?
In my opinion, this is a gamble, and the odds are against you. I don't buy extended warranties if I can afford to pay for repairs out of pocket.
I’m sure they have actuaries who are ensuring they do okay. They are probably taking into account that because these cars are so impractical, most of them are collecting dust. From the mileage that I have seen on resale cars, I would estimate that the majority of these cars (not owned by enthusiasts here) are accumulating less than 3000 miles per year. If you don’t drive them, things don’t break...
Agree, unfortunately I don’t trust stealerships with my cars. I rather take it to an independent that probably seen more complex cars than a 4C. I’m not sure if these extended warranties are accepted by these independent Indis.For me the service I received from official dealers was so bad I didn’t even consider it, don’t want them getting another penny of my money.
I’d rather things break and give it to a good independent than them get anything from a warranty payment.
I hear ya, there is probably anecdotal evidence to support that, but I think a scientific study would bare out that more miles = more repairs in most cases. I am assuming they are being driven 2000-3000 miles per year. Now if they just sit for a year... drying out seals, leaving weight on bearing surfaces, not using electrical components, letting fluids age, etc... yah, I’m with you! That is inviting the worst kind of gremlins 🙂...until you take them out, then they will typically cost you +35-50% more than if you did!
ask anyone with a vintage, low mileage, non-driven Ferrari, etc.
You are a rock star. I got "payinfull" to work, brought down the total to $2365. Well worth it for peace of mind.I purchased mine through Zeigler too. Within the first year it's cheaper. Do a search for a discount code (pay in full?) i think. The code dropped the 8yr/6ok from $1650 to $1250. No way not to purchase.