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Honda Odyssey, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Honda Element, Honda Pilot, Honda S2000, Car Warranties
#3681 of 3776 Re: Question of Honda Care Warranties [maddux0829]
Sep 10, 2012 (8:35 pm)
Most people online will buy it from those 3 websites since they sell genuine Honda Care and they have the best pricing so no worries there. Get a quote from all 3 and see who is the cheapest -- I would go for the $0 deductible plans
You only have to worry if you're buying it locally b/c some dealers will push third party warranties since they get more money for selling those and they act like its Honda Care
#3682 of 3776 Re: Question of Honda Care Warranties [jatan]
Sep 17, 2012 (6:27 pm)
I got quotes from those website above. Two of them (Hyannis and Saccucci) provide very low price. (around 300~400 lower than what I got from my dealer). do they sell official honda care warranty?
#3683 of 3776 Re: Question of Honda Care Warranties [maddux0829]
Sep 17, 2012 (7:21 pm)
All 3 websites are good
Those websites sell a high volume of Honda Care plans so they get a bigger discount from Honda and they don't like to rip people off so they offer cheap pricing -- local dealers wouldn't be able to match those prices since they don't sell as many
#3684 of 3776 Re: Question of Honda Care Warranties [jatan]
Sep 17, 2012 (7:33 pm)
Thanks for help!
#3685 of 3776 Pre-Owned Honda Extended Warranty
Sep 26, 2012 (6:58 pm)
I just purchased a 2010 Honda Accord with 42K miles. So purchasing a Honda Care extended warranty is not an option. Anyone have experience with 3rd party extended warranty companies? I'm looking for some suggestions on zero deductible, bumper-to-bumper warranties.
#3687 of 3776 2009 Honda OdysseyTouring Certified
Sep 28, 2012 (12:56 pm)
Hi, I am planning to buy a 2009 Hodna odyssey Touring model, mileage are 41k and it is certifed comes with 1 year/12k Honda certified coverage and 7years/100k powertrain and transmission warranty. Dealer is telling me that I should get Wrap around coverage to cover for after 1 year period. The coverage goes for 7years/100k miles through Olympic Care warranty. Van is already 3 and 1/2 years old, and when I buy it will come with 1 year/12k warranty, so essentially I will be paying around 1800 dollars for only 2 and 1/2 years. Van appears to be in great shape and is Honda dealer maintained. What kind of problems are common on these odysseys and is it advisable to get this extended Wrap Around Coverage?
If I don't buy now, what other options I have when I get closer to 1 year ending certified warranty.
Oct 08, 2012 (10:35 pm)
I purchased a 2012 CR-V (New) 2 days back and the dealer trapped me into buying their extended warranty- Honda Care- saying I can only purchase it at the time of purchasing the car. I felt the cost was extremely high ($2300 + tax) for the 8yr/100K miles with $100 deductible.
I then came across this forum where the 3 sites listed offer reasonable price extended warranty (Honda Care) which is exactly the same thing I purchased for probably 3 times the price I am seeing online.
The document says I can cancel the warranty within 60 days for a full refund. Will I then be able to purchase it from one of the websites listed above?
Please help me.
#3689 of 3776 Re: kash [kaushalcshah]
Oct 08, 2012 (11:30 pm)
Definitely got ripped off $2300 -- that $100 deductible will also add up even if you have just a couple of repairs between 36k-100k miles (at that price you're better off keeping the $2300 on the side and paying for repairs out of pocket)
Just contact one of the online dealers to see what the procedure is and if Honda still allows it (I'm pretty sure they do) -- I think it may take a couple weeks for your cancellation to go through from the first dealer and then you'll be able to rebuy it (you might have to pay a $50-100 fee when rebuying but you'll still come out ahead, ask the online dealer to make sure)
You have 6 months/6k miles to buy the warranty at "new car" pricing, after that the price goes up a little and the 8yr option goes away -- you should have more than enough time to cancel & rebuy it within that time frame