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#12300 of 13034 Honda Extended Warranty - Prices Paid
May 12, 2013 (4:13 pm)
I just bought a Honda CR-V and also took the extended warranty for 7 years or 100000 miles. I paid about 1600 for it. I am told it can be cancelled within 60 days.
I wanted to know if getting the Honda extended warranty is worth it and what others have paid to ensure my dealer is not ripping me off on the extended warranty.
#12301 of 13034 Re: Honda Extended Warranty - Prices Paid [sfurqan]
May 12, 2013 (6:09 pm)
Try googling "sarccucci hondacare" (i think) and "bernardi hondacare". You may have to enter some info, but an email should arrive within minutes that give you quotes on different extended warranty plans
#12302 of 13034 Re: Honda Extended Warranty - Prices Paid [gwdew]
May 13, 2013 (2:10 pm)
WWW. HYANNIS HONDACARE.COM
#12303 of 13034 Re: Honda Extended Warranty - Prices Paid [sfurqan]
May 13, 2013 (3:00 pm)
Honda extended warranty: http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/WebX/.ef0eeb7?displayRecent
Here's 3 online dealers you can get quotes from -- I would go for $0 deductible plans
$1600 is too much since you can get it cheaper from those online dealers -- you can cancel yours, but if you want to sign up again from those online dealers then you might have to pay a small fee (contact one of those dealers to see how much the fee is)
If you normally get repairs done at shops and want to play it safe then the extended warranty from those online dealers might be worth it (not worth $1600 that you paid). If you're able to do few repairs on your own then you're probably better off risking it -- if something small comes up then you can fix it on your own and if something big comes up then you can just take it to an independent shop after the factory warranty expires (3yr/36k mi bumper to bumper & 5yr/60k mi powertrain)
#12304 of 13034 2013 CRV with EX Package: is this a good deal
May 15, 2013 (10:51 pm)
2013 CRV with EX: I was just quoted $22,800(inc dest) + tax, lic, fees. Is this a good deal
#12305 of 13034 Re: 2013 CRV with EX Package: is this a good deal [nodebtallowed]
May 16, 2013 (5:40 am)
What model are you talking about /what state are you in/ what dealership. You left out all the important info in your post. What are dealers doc fee's.
EX... fwd....or awd ..... 2 diff/ prices.
#12306 of 13034 Re: 2013 CRV with EX Package: is this a good deal [brian125]
May 16, 2013 (6:31 am)
2013 CRV EX FWD, dealer in Anaheim, CA, $22,800(inc dest charges) + tax, lic, fees. Another dealer in Costa Mesa quoted $23,000 for the same package. I don't know doc fees I will ask.
#12307 of 13034 Re: 2013 CRV with EX Package: is this a good deal [nodebtallowed]
May 16, 2013 (7:06 am)
Your at 1,409 below dealers invoice price. Minus dealers doc fee's off that $ 1409 and thats how much below invoice you will pay. If you could wait til the end of the month you probably will get a few more dollars knocked off. Overall a very good price.
#12308 of 13034 Re: 2013 CRV with EX Package: is this a good deal [brian125]
May 16, 2013 (8:54 pm)
ok, new update dealer in Corona, CA has the best quote yet: $22,443. The doc fee for all Honda dealers is supposed to be $80.00
#12309 of 13034 Re: College Park (MD) Honda [nikinmd]
May 17, 2013 (2:23 am)
Having bought four Honda vehicles in Maryland in the past few years, I have experience with most of the Honda dealers. For a variety of reasons, easily found in the internet, College Park Honda is one dealer I avoid at all costs. In my experience, a better buying experience will be found at Criswell, Sport, Hersons or O'Donnell to name a few.