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Honda Odyssey, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Honda Element, Honda Pilot, Honda S2000, Car Warranties
#3710 of 3776 Re: Zurich Optional Service Contract [couponmagnet]
Nov 19, 2012 (11:28 am)
I would quickly check state law (probably google) as most states have a "Buyers Remorse" law that allows cancellation of contracts withing a 3 to 7 day (or more) time period.
#3711 of 3776 Re: Zurich Optional Service Contract [kenken]
Nov 19, 2012 (12:02 pm)
Also want to know if someone know more about Zurich?
#3712 of 3776 Re: Zurich Optional Service Contract [couponmagnet]
Nov 19, 2012 (1:03 pm)
Zurich is one of the largest insurance companies in the world. They'll be around for a while.
But IMHO, you should cancel it and get a Honda warranty instead if you really feel the need to have one. You can search around here and find a couple of dealers that sell them pretty reasonably.
To cancel the Zurich, read the contract you signed. It's in there somewhere.
Oh and there isn't any sort of buyer's remorse law that will allow you to cancel it. That only applies to in-home sales. So read the contract and follow what it says.
#3713 of 3776 Re: Zurich Optional Service Contract [robr2]
Nov 19, 2012 (3:46 pm)
Thanks robr2. Do you know (or have) the experience of dealing through Zurich than Honda's own care?
#3714 of 3776 Re: Zurich Optional Service Contract [couponmagnet]
Nov 19, 2012 (5:07 pm)
I have no experience in using any extended warranty. I purchased Honda Care for my 2000 Odyssey and didn't need to make a claim.
Now when I get a new car, I instead put $50 a month into a slush fund to use for unexpected repairs. If none are needed, it's becomes a down payment on the next car.
#3715 of 3776 TPMS system covered or not?
Dec 14, 2012 (1:53 pm)
The TPMS light is on in my S2000. No low tire light, pressures are OK, just the TPMS light. Faulty sensor or other TPMS component? Hondacare contracts I have looked at don't exclude or include the system. "Sensors" are covered, tires and valve stems are not.
#3716 of 3776 Honda Care
Dec 30, 2012 (3:05 pm)
Saccucci Honda offered the $0 deductible 120k/8yr for $1295 a week or two ago. They have an offer for $50 off a warranty through Dec 31 making that warranty $1245. The next lowest quote I got was Hyannis Honda for $1270 for the same warranty. Saccucci said in their email that they expect prices to go up in 2013 $100-$200 dollars. I got my dealer to offer the warranty for $1350 which I accepted so I could add it to my financing.
#3717 of 3776 Re: Honda Care [bbj77]
Dec 31, 2012 (8:42 am)
Just checked both and Hyannis dropped their's $25 making it $1245 for both. As a result, is one better than the other. Any positive or negative experiences you can share?
#3718 of 3776 Re: Honda Care [atx11]
Dec 31, 2012 (11:24 am)
It's the same warranty so if they are the same price now then it shouldn't matter I would think.
#3719 of 3776 Re: Honda Care [bbj77]
Dec 31, 2012 (11:29 am)
Thanks for the reply. You are correct, I was just seeing if the process was better with one versus the other.
I went with Saccucci. Very easy process... quote via internet followed with a phone call. Email confirmation received in minutes.