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#133 of 168 Extended warranty price for Certified Pre Owned?
Dec 12, 2011 (2:03 pm)
I am looking to buy a CPO sienna. Anyone have any thoughts about the price for an extended warranty for a 2011 Sienna with 32K miles that is toyota Certified Pre Owned?
I spoke with a midwest Toyota dealer that quoted me
I would need to get this extended warranty before 36K miles and just thought that I would have the dealer remove the CPO and just get the EW from midwest. Or how much would the additional coverage of 7/100 platinum EW add to the CPO? I would think it would be less than the $889? All thoughts are appreciated.
#134 of 168 Re: Extended warranty price for Certified Pre Owned? [dillydill]
Dec 13, 2011 (7:23 am)
Last winter I purchased a 2008 CPO Sienna. In another thread somewhere on this board I went thru all the financials on the transaction.
The CPO plan basic warranty adds (last time I looked) a year and 12k miles to the bumper to bumper (so I guess that would take you to 44k miles), plus 7/100k on the powertrain. If they are advertising the van as CPO, they may have already done the paperwork and getting them to reverse it might be difficult. But it is a great thought as it could easily cut $1k or more from the price that could be then applied to the Platinum warranty.
The Platinum plans are available with different deductibles, so make sure those quotes are for the package you want. I paid $1450 for the 8/125 with $0 ded from a dealer in the Chicago area (Toyota of Danville) that I found on line. I put this on top of the CPO warranty, and agree that while it is moderately priced for a platinum plan, it is pretty crazy in that you already have some of this coverage from CPO - essentually you are paying twice! But it was the only way to get the B-to-B coverage that I wanted for the long haul.
You would think that there would be some kind of discount when adding a Platinum plan to a CPO plan. And indeed there is a CPO Platinum plan that differs slightly from a 'regular' Platinum plan. You have to read the fine print to see the differences. Mainly it entailed the Roadside Assistance terms. But the selling dealer wasn't willing to deal on the price to the extent that I could get it from another dealer, plus by going out of state I skipped on the sales tax. In the end, it was better to go regular platinum than CPO platinum.
#135 of 168 Is it too late to buy an extended warranty?
Dec 13, 2011 (7:25 pm)
I bought a new 2010 Sienna less than a year and half ago. It has about 45,000 miles and I wish I had purchased an extended warranty. Is it too late to buy one now?
#136 of 168 Re: Is it too late to buy an extended warranty? [jhoto]
Dec 14, 2011 (8:49 am)
Your bumper-to-bumper warranty expired at 36,000 miles, so it would probably cost a lot more and require an inspection at this point, if it is even possible.
Just put the money in a separate savings fund, and hopefully you'll never use it, so you can apply it to your next car.
#137 of 168 Re: Sienna Platinum Extended Warranty [brrrmn]
Dec 15, 2011 (6:37 pm)
Got a great deal from Jerry at Midwest Toyota as well. We have a 2011 Sienna XLE that was nearing 36k after 18 months. Talked to Jerry and got a 5 year/125k Toyota Platinum warranty with $0 deductible for $799. I went to my dealer and he gave me a price of $1400. Showed him Jerry's offer and he immediately came down to $1049. But that was the "best he could do". And warned me that the Midwest Toyota warranty was likely aftermarket because they could not sell it that inexpensively. I received the Toyota warranty in the mail today. Call Jerry....
#138 of 168 Extended Warranty Shopping and Purchase
Dec 16, 2011 (2:05 pm)
I've been reading this forum--and the "Buying/Purchasing a Sienna" forum--for the last two weeks as I went through the process of purchasing a 2012 Sienna XLE. It's been very, very
helpful. Thank you everyone for sharing your experiences and knowledge.
What I'd like to say is that I purchased an 8yr./100,000 mile Toyota Platinum Extended Warranty ($0 deductible) from Jerry Johnson at Midwest Toyota in Hutchinson, KS. His price was $1039.00. The closest competitor's was $1090 for the exact same warranty. My dealer here in Texas offered me a third-party warranty (also known as an insurance policy) for anywhere around $2145 to $2400, depending on how I financed the thing. I did not give them a chance to match Midwest Toyota's deal.
Why other Toyota dealerships don't offer such a deal is puzzling. Even more puzzling that some offer non-Toyota/third-party warranties. Oh well, it literally pays to do a little extra research and homework about these things. Here's hoping that my extended warranty will
pay for itself someday between years 4 through 8 or 36,000 to 100,000 miles!
#139 of 168 2006, 38k miles, pristine conditon..warranty?
Dec 25, 2011 (7:18 pm)
I picked up nice 2006 Limited 38k miles, excellent condition.
What do you think of spending $1200.00 on warranty? Can't decide..
Route 66 warranty will cost 1,200 or so from what i hear..
#140 of 168 Re: 2006, 38k miles, pristine conditon..warranty? [jlm86]
Dec 27, 2011 (2:04 pm)
Avoid aftermarket plans as they close shop every few years and run away with your cash. OEM or nothing.
#141 of 168 Can I buy warranty online from out of state dealer?
Jan 04, 2012 (9:16 pm)
I recently bought a Sienna. The finance guy tried to sell me extended warranty (platinum, 0 deductible) for $1400. When I told him that I could buy the warranty online for around $800 he told me that I would have to pay tax on it and I can avoid the tax by purchase it from him (as I was approved for 0% apr) and he offered it for $1200. I told him that I could buy online from out of state dealers without tax. He told me that such a warranty will not be valid in California. Is it true? I did not buy the warranty from him. However, before I buy it online i just want to make sure.. your comments are appreciated. Thanks.
#142 of 168 Re: Can I buy warranty online from out of state dealer? [hyundai2011]
Jan 05, 2012 (12:59 am)
I bought a Toyota platinum warranty from a dealer in MO and I am in CA. The paperwork came from Toyota without delay or question. The cost numbers are around the same as you are quoting and I did not have to pay sales tax or any other fees. The only advantage to buying through the dealer I can think of would have been to wrap it up into the financing, but that is far outweighed by the cost savings.