Yes, I'm definitly Interested Chris. Could you post your contact info and Phone number. What was the exact price again. I think it was under 1,100, but can't find it on this board. It sounds like I've got a little bit of time to decide. I'd like to write your contact info down and put it in a safe place.christn said:Up to 24 months or 24k miles no surcharge. After 24 months but before 36 months and 36k miles $60 surcharge. After 36/36 but before the 42/42k then a $160 surcharge.
Whaleya said:...just to verify, this is the offical Honda Warranty and not a different 3rd party company?
I recently had an employee with difficulty with a 3rd party warranty company, the MN AG office had to get into it, before the repairs were paid for.
I think that is correct, if it was rolled into the financing. I didn't bite on the extended warranty at the price they wanted, so they came down a little, but I still wanted at least a week to think about it. If Chris can work the better deal, I'll definitly go that route, and I hope it works out that I never need to use it!Zlash said:Blah I got my warranty before I saw this thread and website. I know I can cancel it and get my money back and rebuy this one...but I think I will still pay interest on that 1495$ correct?
Is this the same warranty my dealer offered me that 5 yrs or 100 miles which ever comes first and you haven't used the warranty after the 36 mark you get a full refund of the price paid for the extended warranty.christn said:
christn - Isn't it true, however, that the plan doesn't need to be established until just before the 36k mark? Is it possible they are selling him a Honda Care plan that won't start till 3years/36k miles down the road. I know this would be very silly but it is possible. It is also possible that the dealership is willing to eat the cost since they sell at a large markup anyway. The price you quoted and the dealership quoted were different by almost 100% (1950 for 7year/100k mile versus 1073 for the same period from you), so even with the prorated plan for the 1050 (their cost which is what Honda would return) assuming a true prorating over the full 7 years (which is unlikely since the majority of the service is back loaded, honda likely backloads the prorating also) that is $150 per year, or $450 the dealership would have to eat. Over the number of plans they sell they can probably safely swallow the 1 in 10 that possibly decide they don't want it, while still making their customers happy. Also let us not forget the percentage point they get from the financial companies that are now financing that $2k, this can also add up to help them reduce the cost of you canceling out of your plan.christn said:Honda Care does not offer a refund if you do not use the warranty. The have a prorated way of figuring the refund if canceled.