I was just quoted for INFINITI ELITEseldomseen wrote:Nissan's basic extended is $2,000 which is overpriced.
It's actually very common for extended warranties to prorate remaining balances. Nissan of Santa Rosa seems to offer the best prices. But are reluctant to share the contract disclosure of what is and is not covered under the Nissan "new car" extended warranty.AZhitman wrote:SS - Check out that link in the first post... see what they can do. As I recall,I think mine was pretty close to those numbers.
As far as your last requirement, I don't think *anyone* offers that. No actuary or underwriter would go along with it.
The dealers don't "deal with" CarChex. Actually, they probably don't like them, because they sell the same coverage for less money.kdreger wrote:I just checked with our Dealer, Infiniti of Austin TEXAS and they say they have never heard of or have not dealt with CarChex!
Anybody have any good experience with a Infiniti Dealership using CarChex ?
Hey Paul, your best bet for that info is to go into the part of the site that deals with that particular car - that's where the other owners can tell you more about pricing.Peterson50 wrote:Thanks for the help this is very helpful, the car was sold. I found another one I like that is certified a 2011 with 42k miles on it, for $29000 is that a good price or should I try to do more negotiation. I wanted to less mileage around 30k but I probably won't put more than 5k on the car a year
Just trying to get an idea for pricing these babies
Do you know the mileage/year limit that CarChex will cover? My Krom has 3 years left on an extended warranty through another company, which already refused to extend it further, so I'm just looking for options down the road.AZhitman wrote:You KNOW you need a warranty, since even seemingly minor problems can be pricey if you're going "out-of-pocket", especially at $130+ per hour.
Cool! Thank you!AZhitman wrote:Not certain - but hit them up and ask, they're cool peeps. Tell them we sent you, and make sure they know it's got existing coverage.
kingfrog wrote:I was just quoted for INFINITI ELITEseldomseen wrote:Nissan's basic extended is $2,000 which is overpriced.
Thank you for your inquiry! Based off your current mileage these are your options for extending your factory coverage...
EX35 w/ 29230 miles (price and term will change once you exceed 30k).
***No sales tax!!! Internet pricing not available to FL residents***
The Infiniti Elite Protection Plan will start the day you purchase it and the mileage allowance will be added to what is currently on your odometer (so if you have 25k and you go with a 60/70 you will be covered until 95k or 5 years from now). The deductible will not kick in until your original 48mo/60k warranty has expired and the deductible is per visit not per item repaired. Infiniti requires an inspection and verification of the odometer prior to issuing the policy, so please call or email me for the details. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the Infiniti Elite Protection Plan. Thanks again and have a great day
Another from Circle Infinti in NJ
Sherry Horelick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi, Tom –
OK – here we go. I’m giving you 3 & 4 year options
3year/36K miles $849 ($100 deductible) $909 ($0 deductible)
4year/48K miles $979 ($100 deductible) $1089 ($0 deductible)
Go for the 0 – you will thank me. Prices are so close it pays to go $0 deductible.
Is this an actual nissan extended warranty or third party? Who is the company? that is a really good deal.whizkidtn wrote:FYI: When we purchased our new 2014 Rogue SL (AWD) this past summer (w/242 miles), we also purchased a 120month/120K mile bumper-to-bumper warranty (w/$100 deductible) for $1,288 from the dealer. I think we got a decent deal on it.