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Honda Odyssey, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Honda Element, Honda Pilot, Honda S2000, Car Warranties
#3527 of 3848 Re: Honda Care-2011 Accord SE-7yr/80k-$0 deductible [dwynne]
Mar 10, 2011 (1:40 pm)
I just checked, and it looks like 60 months (total) plan is still is the longest plan in months I can buy for a 2008 S2000.
Right, that's what he said. When you have a vehicle that's almost 3 years old (like a 2008 model) you can now get an additional 5 years of coverage from when you purchase the Honda Care.
From the Saccucci website it says: "All "F" and "G" plans start at contract purchase date(Vehicles over 6,000 miles). " So the 5 years start when you buy it.
#3528 of 3848 Re: When should I purchase an extended warranty? [accman]
Mar 26, 2011 (8:55 am)
Generally, an extended warranty, to take advantage of the price, should be puchased, when the vehicle is new; from Honda. It's a little more than your local credit union, but, the deductible differences, and the quality of coverage, more than justifies it!
#3529 of 3848 DIY service and Honda Care
Mar 28, 2011 (8:12 am)
My concern with Honda care is that it requires that you perform the maintenance service at dealership (or other places) according to Honda's schedule. Will DIY service (like oil change etc) void your warranty? (how do you prove that you did the service? etc).
#3530 of 3848 Re: DIY service and Honda Care [f2000sa]
Mar 28, 2011 (8:49 am)
IIRC, you are not required to maintain your vehicle at the dealer to maintain the warranty coverage. You will however be required to maintain to the schedule the manufacturer states.
How to prove you did the service, keep receipts for parts and a log that it was done.
#3531 of 3848 Re: DIY service and Honda Care [f2000sa]
Mar 28, 2011 (9:48 am)
Not just Honda Care, but any new car warranty or extended warranty (service contract) will require you maintain the car properly or risk voiding the warranty. By federal law they can't compel you to pay a dealer for the maintenance, but as user robr2 says you need to use the proper parts and fluids and keep your receipts and notes when the service was done.
#3532 of 3848 Re: Where are you getting these prices? [rajtx]
Mar 29, 2011 (7:37 am)
Sorry I was travelling so answer is delayed. I got the 7 year 80000 mile coverage .
Here is the quote
The following chart includes all the Honda Care coverage plans that are available for a
2011 Honda Odyssey with 10 miles.
Coverage Level $0 Deductible $100 Deductible
3 years/45000 miles $285.00 Not Available
4 years/60000 miles $440.00 Not Available
5 years/60000 miles $450.00 Not Available
5 years/80000 miles $605.00 $500.00
5 years/100000 miles $725.00 $620.00
6 years/80000 miles $670.00 $565.00
6 years/100000 miles $880.00 $775.00
6 years/120000 miles $990.00 $885.00
7 years/80000 miles $765.00 $660.00
7 years/100000 miles $1,085.00 $980.00
7 years/120000 miles $1,195.00 $1,090.00
8 years/100000 miles $1,165.00 $1,060.00
8 years/120000 miles $1,270.00 $1,165.00
#3533 of 3848 Re: Where are you getting these prices? [pricew]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Mar 29, 2011 (7:39 am)
No contact info, please.
The Forums aren't meant to be used to generate sales - just to provide information. Thanks!
#3534 of 3848 Re:hondacare question [dwynne]
Mar 29, 2011 (10:55 am)
get a BMW. the warranty is great
#3535 of 3848 Re:hondacare question [yelnats2933]
Mar 29, 2011 (1:10 pm)
""""get a BMW. the warranty is great""""
And you'll get to use that Warranty multiple times per year with the BMW too !
#3536 of 3848 2011 Honda Odyssey warranty
Apr 02, 2011 (8:55 pm)
Currently considering a purchase on a 2011 EXL Odyssey with RES. Extended warranty for us is a must. Dealer quoted 6 year / 100K for $1,695 and 8 year / 120K for $1,995. Sounds high to us. Any better prices, we may buy in the next week.