Date: Sat, 04 Nov 2000 20:34:41 -0800 From: Johannes H Andersen <johannes.andersennopsamel.ac.uk> Subject: Re: Extended warranty on new 9-5?
It seems too expensive. Bear in mind that the extended warranty will not cover normal wear or failures due to "perceived" abuse. Read the small print if you decide, but I don't like this high pressure sales tactics. Why 48000 miles ? I thought that 60000 miles was standard. Johannes Rob Malkin wrote: > > Hello all: > > I took delivery of my 2000 model year Saab 9-5 SE V6 wagon the other night > and was offered the extended warranty for $2200 extra. The regular warranty > is good for 48,000 miles/4 years. The extended warranty starts at that point > and goes to 100,000 miles/7 years. There was no option of buying it at a > later date but they do give you 30 days to reconsider and get a full refund. > Since I always keep a car at least 100K miles and I've heard how expensive > Saabs can be to repair I bought the warranty. > > So now I have 30 days to make a reasoned decision. Saab is betting my car > will cost them less than $2200 to repair in years 4 through 7 and I'm > betting it will cost more. I'd be interested in hearing the feedback of the > group on this. Are there any high mileage current model 9-5s out there yet > to serve as data points? Any horror stories? > > Thanks in advance. > > - Rob Malkin