I got my 300C and did in fact pay the extra to get the extra warranty. Some say it is stupid, but for me I felt the need.gpp said:getting my new 300c and was wondering what everone thinks of the extended warranty and if its worth it or not?figured on the top one that covers everything for about 1300$
CJ7VFR said:Its also worth it if you ever go to sell the car before the warranty is up. Think of it
this way: If there are two nice used cars, of the same make, model and year, and
one still has a balance of a factory extended warrany, and the other one does not,
and the cars are both in the same condition, and the same price, which one would
I think they are worth it as MrHappy said. Just the electronic stuff alone is the
reason I bought my extended warranty. And do as he says, go with a Chrysler
warranty, not some Unkel Zeke's yeah, we have them thar war-on-tees.
I told my dealer that i would like to suggest he sell me the extended warranty at his actual cost to move on with the deal, he readily agreed with me after bouncing back from the ropes in the ring..... I bought the extended warranty for 655.00 versus 1355.00
7 years or 75k i believe it was and covers much much more than the 05 power train warranty did. My 300C is a 2006.
I was thinking the same thing. Every post he's made has some sort of negative comment. What's he driving anyway? Maybe he's a troll. He seems to like Lexus and Toyota though.Steve Desjardins said:I don't get why you are here if all you do is knock chrysler products. Thats why then kicked you off the other site.
Here's a few facts for you Mr. Cynical:adaptabl said:Look at the back of your car. If it has a little plate that says "Chrysler". Then it would be a good idea to buy the warranty if you plan on keeping the car more than 3 years.
Other plates to watch out for are "dodge","ford","pontiac","chevy".
Resale will be much easier with a warranty on any domestic nameplate.
His question was "Should he buy a sevice contract". My opinion is if it from the big three and he plans to keep it, he should. If you do not agree, thats fine. Many others do. Thats why resale values are so low for big three products. Having a service contract will give him a big advantage at resale time as well as piece of mind after the warranty expires.Steve Desjardins said:I don't get why you are here if all you do is knock chrysler products. Thats why then kicked you off the other site.