I acutally went to Nissan this week to discuss the Entended Warrenty. This is the info I walked away with, with out trying to negotiate anything.zebelkhan said:They say it does, but it does not! Read the fine print. For instance, audio stuff is not coverd, and a lot of other things are not covered either. The Gold plus has the best coverage but others don't. I wonder if 3rd party warrantees cover more?
Shop around. Nissan warrantees can be purchased as low as $900 for gold plus.
You are correct... but there are some extra bonuses.... for example, you probably couldn't get a rental car paid for now if you are having problems.Gonzo said:I always thought that it was an additional 7/100,000 MI warranty but I was wrong so its really a 4/64,000 + 1/40,000 beyond the original warranty... (Orig 3/36,000 + 6/60,000 power train)
Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Thanks for the links. Jeez, if I pay for the Gold Preferred Plan... I would think EVERYTHING should be covered.zebelkhan said:You are right. It is called "preferred", not "plus".
Here is the link right off of Nissan's website. See item 8.
Edit-1: Note cancellation clause (paragrapg 10) for California. It says cancellation fee is $25 or 10% of retail price....implying the retail cost of this contract can be as low as $250.....:4:
Edit-2: From HERE you can access all service agreements. Just choose your state and the type of extended warranty.
Actually one of the reasons I got my MO from this particular dealer is the with any warranty work I can get a free loaner. That has come in handy.TheGymKid said:
You are correct... but there are some extra bonuses.... for example, you probably couldn't get a rental car paid for now if you are having problems.
How is that possible? If your Nissan is new, it must have factory warranty. The extended warranty is a different matter however...patrickem said:Our new Mo did not come with a Nissan Warranty at all. The dealership sold us a third party warranty, both the regular and extended....
Your receipt should show what you paid for and what you did not. If they lied, don't let them off the hook. I woul take them to small claims court without any hesitation.We also bought a maintenance package at the same time that was supposed to cover all maintenance for the warranty period. Now we are being told we do not have a maintenance package.
We were sold a warranty by a company called MPP(Mechanical Protection Plan). Everything goes through them. As was explained to us after the fact we can take our vehicle anywhere we want for service. Even dealers that don't even sell Nissans, which makes no sense to me. We were also told that the reason we were sold this warranty was because it is costs the dealer less and they get a kickback for selling it instead of the Nissan warranty. Nissan USA told us that this is not common practice and should not have been done. We were told it would be looked into, that was a few months ago.zebelkhan said:
How is that possible? If your Nissan is new, it must have factory warranty. The extended warranty is a different matter however...
Your receipt should show what you paid for and what you did not. If they lied, don't let them off the hook. I woul take them to small claims court without any hesitation.
I've followed that story... thanks.kga said: