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Anyone purchase an extended warranty for there 392? Wondering what I should expect to pay.
 
8 years 125k miles Platinum 100 deductible 22-2400 cant recall, Mopar warranty samosa the bumper to bumper.

everyone is going to tell you $1,600 for their local ins company one and it covers everything, sure , sure, sure, they told me the same thing years ago. Salesman are liars and finance guys are salesman also
 
Anyone purchase an extended warranty for there 392? Wondering what I should expect to pay.
I bought 8 yr/100k Mopar warranty ($100 deductible)for $1790 from Tom at Hayes Jeep. Best pricing anywhere and a great guy to deal with in case your interested. Contact below.
Tom Winkels
Finance Manager
Hayes Jeep
3718 Stadium Drive
Kalamazoo, Mi 49008
TEL-269.488.2080
FAX-269.488.2086
 
I bought 8 yr/100k Mopar warranty ($100 deductible)for $1790 from Tom at Hayes Jeep. Best pricing anywhere and a great guy to deal with in case your interested. Contact below.
yes that's him, he is great
 
Does anyone know if the Mopar Extended Warranty still includes a free loaner car for ANY maintenance or service under the contract? I've owned 4 of those warranties and they all did, but my last one I bought was in 2014. I think I can get info on the Jeep.com site. This alone would be a reason to buy the Mopar (but I strongly suggest buying it for other reasons as well, mainly no BS when it comes to what is covered - if it was covered with the original 3 yr/36k, it's covered under the Mopar Platinum (or whatever the nicest one is these days)
 
I paid around $1,800 for the 8 year 100k mile Mopar plan.
 
Anyone purchase an extended warranty for there 392? Wondering what I should expect to pay.
Got this persons contact from another forum member. At my purchasing dealer I asked for the same deal and got it.

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Are any of these transferrable? We have a Mopar unlimited milage plan for our 2017 Pacifica (and is it really starting to pay for itself), but Mopar is a PITA to deal with and it's not transferable away from the original owner. So much so, that they rejected a claim for new control arms for me at one points and then cancelled it because they claimed I had *sold* the minivan. That was a fun process to get it reinstated. I'm the only owner and have owned it since new. I sometimes wonder why I'm buying another Stelantis product...
 
Do you have to buy the Mopar Warranty at time of sale or just before your 3/36 expires?
 
I'm looking at the mopar maximum care warranty. The 8y/125k mile would've easily paid for itself on my 2013 JKUR. I'm am so pleased with this vehicle just like it is that I am tempted to get this coverage. Small price to pay for peace of mind that I can have this beast in good running condition 8y/125k later. Do you have to to anything other than save receipts where you bought oil and filters and show that you performed the recommended maintenance on the vehicle in order the keep the warranty intact?
 
Not sure if Mopar is any easier to deal with for Jeeps than they are for our Pacifica which has an *unlimited* years / miles warranty, but they are a pain. They cover most things, but most things are a bit of a fight. We’re in it with them right now over something that’s is not functioning, but because it’s not throwing a code, they’re refusing to cover it. It’s electronics, you can SEE that it is NOT working. Will they wait me out? Nope. But they are happy to waste your time and unapologetic when the do.
 
Not sure if Mopar is any easier to deal with for Jeeps than they are for our Pacifica which has an *unlimited* years / miles warranty, but they are a pain. They cover most things, but most things are a bit of a fight. We’re in it with them right now over something that’s is not functioning, but because it’s not throwing a code, they’re refusing to cover it. It’s electronics, you can SEE that it is NOT working. Will they wait me out? Nope. But they are happy to waste your time and unapologetic when the do.
Also, I’ve done a lot of my own oil changes and they’ve never even asked. Maybe they would if the engine went south, so I do save documentation, but that’s been my experience so far.
 
Can you get the warranty from any dealer's finance dept? Can I buy out of state?
 
Can you get the warranty from any dealer's finance dept? Can I buy out of state?
I don't know about ANY dealer. My dealer sold me a 3rd party warranty while I was purchasing. I was in a hurry (did paperwork over lunch) and picked wrong warranty. I thought an SRT type powertrain was only 3y/36k, but found out it was 5y/60k so the warranty I chose did not add much coverage. I cancelled it and found out about the mopar warranties which are cheaper and a better fit for my needs. I think cheapest way to buy these is online and they will cover you at any CDJR dealership. I was looking at 7y/unlimited miles vs 8y/125k miles. They are both $2000-2500 if you go with the $200 deductible. My leaking oil cooler cost almost that much on my JK alone.



Best I can tell, it is fine to buy out of state unless you live in Florida or a couple other states.

Am I the only one that is wishy-washy on what to do with their Jeep? One minute I want to buy the warranty, keep it stock and play it completely safe. The next minute, I'm thinking about the LIvernois tune, Borla S-type exhaust and looking for the next mod coming down the road. Fun to consider all the options.
 
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MOPAR extended should be good in any state, with any authorized Jeep/MOPAR shop.
Anyone able to talk their dealer down to sub $2k for the 8year/125k?
 
MOPAR extended should be good in any state, with any authorized Jeep/MOPAR shop.
Anyone able to talk their dealer down to sub $2k for the 8year/125k?
I shopped around and was prepared to buy it elsewhere and told them so. They could get the unit and effectively very low margin, or I’d buy it elsewhere. They chose the unit and lower margin.

Also, I bought when buying the vehicle, I’ve since seen folks say this was a bad tactic and if the Pacifica had been totaled, I’d have eaten the cost. They countered that buying right before the end of the factory warranty is a better approach as well, you then know it’s made it that long, you’re going to keep it, etc. there are risks that the price will go up or that it will no longer eve be offered. Much to think about.

Finally, Mopar does not make money by giving it away, they make money by NOT giving it away, so this is a risk and self insuring is likely a better financial decision. Our Pacifica was a first year model and I was sure it would have issues as such and figured we’d likely keep it a while, still, it was a gamble.
 
Thanks @computertom ! From what I can tell, MOPAR is going after the like of Toyota Care with their coverage, and I've pretty much already convinced myself I will be adding it... just not sure at what point in time I will do so...
 
Thanks @computertom ! From what I can tell, MOPAR is going after the like of Toyota Care with their coverage, and I've pretty much already convinced myself I will be adding it... just not sure at what point in time I will do so...
I also think I'll be adding something to our 392 as well, I like to go from 0 to above 0 and I've lived with the quality of Stelantis before. Sometimes they're great. Other times they take a few tries. I'd prefer to not pay for them to get those few extra swings on my $80K toy. But we'll see where it all shakes out. They have to actually make the thing first and they don't seem to be in the biggest hurry to actually pull ours for building quite yet. :). Of course, none of use can complain compared to your wait ... oy vey!
 
Just went with the 8 years/125K miles/$100 deductible FCA/MOPAR factory option through Tom for $2,510 out the door. The 8 years/125K miles/$200 deductible option was around $2,060.
 
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