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Honda Extended Warranties Pricing and Info

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  • kenkenkenken Posts: 21
    Not sure what a CRV policy will cost. My $0 deductible for 8 year/120k miles for my 2011 Odyssey was $1270 from Hyannis which was $25 less than the quote from Saccucci and $225 less than my quote from Berardi.
  • sd106sd106 Posts: 3
    We just purchased an Odyssey EX-L. I think we did well on the price ($33,264 with everything, including tax), though the finance manager of course tried to add on various items, including the Factory Wrap+Plus Care protection package (http://apps.cnanational.com/cportal/vehicle-service-contracts ).

    This extends the 3yr /36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper (and 5 year/50,000 powertrain) standard warranty to 10 years / 120,000 miles for everything. There's a $100 deductible, and guarantees all replacement parts are new Honda parts. There are also a few minor perks, like roadside assistance, etc. The warranty is transferable should we sell the car before 10 years. Also, it can be terminated early for a pro-rated refund.

    I resisted, then purchased it for the "employee discount" price of $1,338 -- only because I can cancel within 60 days. Suggestions?? Thanks!
  • jatanjatan Posts: 92
    So you want to pay a $100 deductible every time something needs fixing??? Why not just go for the 8yr/120k mi $0 deductible Honda Care from one of the online Honda dealers? Good at any Honda dealer, also gives Honda parts, has extra perks. You can transfer to new private party owner (if you want to sell the car on your own) for a small fee ($50 I think) or you can get a prorated refund if you want to cancel after 60 days

    http://www.hondafinancialservices.com/finance/extended-services
    http://www.hondafinancialservices.com/static/pdf/Honda_Care_Coverage_Details.pdf-

    For online dealer links look a few posts back
  • jet10000jet10000 Posts: 656
    I resisted, then purchased it for the "employee discount" price of $1,338 -- only because I can cancel within 60 days. Suggestions?? Thanks!

    I would get a quote from one of the discount online Honda dealers such as:

    http://www.saccuccihondacare.com/

    and compare the price to what you got. They usually offer $0 deductible policies for a little more which is highly superior to the $100 deductibles. Plus you can also get the roadside assistance as well.
  • vsp007vsp007 Posts: 1
    These are the same quotes I got. Did you end up buying this plan?
  • hqly2001hqly2001 Posts: 92
    edited April 2012
    If i wait untiil near 6 k to buy, will the contract be as of that date or will it be back dated as of the purchase date or in service date?

    It might take me a year to reach 6k, so im wondering if. Can buy i a year later for 9 yrs total coverage.
  • jet10000jet10000 Posts: 656
    edited April 2012
    If i wait untiil near 6 k to buy, will the contract be as of that date or will it be back dated as of the purchase date or in service date?

    If you buy before 6K it will be backdated to the date of the car purchase. If you buy after 6K it will start the date you buy the contract. HOWEVER, they won't sell you an 8 year after 6K. It appears the most they will sell after 6K is a 6 year, 120K miles for a 2012 and a 5 year/120K for a 2011. So for the maximum 8 year time, you'll want to buy before 6K.
  • Thanks in advance for everyone's contribution and the information about Honda Care, this helped me dodge a HUGE bullet when I purchase my 2012 Odyssey EX-L w/RES last week. As recommended, I went ahead and emailed the top three warranty dealers and got a return quote of $1295 (Saccucci/Bernardi) and $1270 from Hyannis.

    BUT now I am also interested in the Sentinel Service. My current understanding is that it includes tire coverage, free oils changes as recommended by the vehicle maintenance minder, BUT I am confused about how it ties into Honda Care.

    I know there are two types:
    Honda Care Sentinel 3/45. This premier plan provides both oil change and extensive component coverage for three years or 45,000 miles.
    Honda Care Sentinel Services™: This plan covers oil changes according to your vehicle’s Maintenance Minder.

    Am I correct in thinking that the 2nd option, Sentinel Services, is bought in conjunction with a Honda Care plan, while the 1st option, Sentinel 3/45, is the oil change plan fused together with the shortest 3 year/45k honda care plan?

    Also does anyone have an experience on how much each of these services typically run so I get a baseline for the price I should be hunting for.
  • jatanjatan Posts: 92
    Prepaid maintenance is usually a waste -- the first few years you'll just need oil changes, tire rotations, and air+cabin filters

    The filters are easy, you can buy them and do them on your own -- look for Youtube videos if you don't know how

    The oil changes -- you can do it on your own if you know how to or else just look at Honda dealer websites in your area to see what kind of coupons they have (I'm in Chicago and theres a dealer who always has online coupons so reg oil changes are <$20 & full syn oil is $35-$40) or look at independent shops to see how much they charge. For my 2011 Civic I went to the dealer for the first 2 oil changes just b/c it was cheap, but now I'm going to change my own oil since I picked up a bunch of cheap/free after rebate oil in the past couple months so it'll last me the next ~2 yrs. I'll go back to the dealer for an oil change around 30k-34k miles before my warranty is up so I can have them check the rest of the car and fix it if they find something
  • zenturyzzenturyz Posts: 2
    Bought a certified used 2008 Honda odyssey.
    but yeah had 80k miles on it. which is when we see things falling apart.

    I thought I got a good deal with the Extended warranty. It looks like I might have paid a li'l more.
    The deal was supposed to be for Hondacar 120k miles.

    when I got the papers to sign it was for Zurich.

    Paid $1200 for 8 yr/120k mile $0 deductibl.

    I got 60- more days to decide and cancel.

    Please let me know if I got a good deal?

    I was quoted $1295 for Honda care which was comparable to Zurich.
  • zenturyzzenturyz Posts: 2
    Bought a certified used 2008 Honda odyssey.
    but yeah had 80k miles on it. which is when we see things falling apart.

    I thought I got a good deal with the Extended warranty. It looks like I might have paid a li'l more.
    The deal was supposed to be for Hondacar 120k miles.

    when I got the papers to sign it was for Zurich.

    Paid $1200 for 8 yr/120k mile $0 deductibl.

    I got 60- more days to decide and cancel.

    Please let me know if I got a good deal?

    I was quoted $1295 for Honda care which was comparable to Zurich.
  • jet10000jet10000 Posts: 656
    I would pay a little extra for the Honda. My Honda warranty works great. When the dealership sees that my vehicle has it, they're happy to fix whatever comes up. It's in their best interest because it's more money for them.
  • yaupon2yaupon2 Posts: 18
    FYI, just completed purchasing the 8 yr./120,000 mile/$0 Deductible Honda Care extended warranty from Hyannis Honda for my 2012 Accord EXL. Price was $995. Emailed the contact person for the EW, who indicated that I only had to fax/email the first page of the contract with my name, address, phone number, VIN, miles on the car and signature. Once I faxed the information to him, he called me so that I could provide my credit card payment information. Within a few minutes of talking to the salesman I received an email confirmation of the completed transaction. I will be able to use the email confirmation if I need to use the EW before the actual paperwork from Honda is mailed to me. Very easy transaction to initiate and complete. By comparison, dealer that I purchased the 2012 Accord from wanted to sell me a third party 5 yr/60,000 mile EW for $1,700....no thanks.

    This is the second EW warranty that I have purchased from Hyannis Honda. I recently used the EW that I had on my 2008 Accord EXL to replace the ABS modulator [circa $1500 installed w/o warranty and an ABS wheel sensor circa $200]. Dealer diagnosed the problem, called Honda to confirm the repairs were covered by EW and then made the repairs with OEM parts.

    Hope my positive experience with purchasing multiple Honda Care warranties from Hyannis Honda helps someone rest easier about whether to purchase a Honda Care EW or not.
  • phdnanaphdnana Posts: 1
    Thanks to other postings for sending me to:
    http://hyannishondacare.com/
    where Bob Leab was extremely helpful.

    Also check
    http://www.saccuccihondacare.com/
    where Gardiner Reynolds was very helpful as well.
  • web2webweb2web Posts: 7
    2 of the 3 websites mentioned above does not have these warranties available for California. Are there any other options for EW for the cars purchased in California?
  • jet10000jet10000 Posts: 656
    Here are a couple of other out of state dealers you can try:

    http://www.curryhondacare.com/

    http://www.collegehillshonda.com/hondacare/index.htm

    Of course any California dealer should be able to sell it to you as well.
  • web2webweb2web Posts: 7
    edited August 2012
    Thanks for the links. Tried Curry Honda. Their quote is $190 more than SACCUCCI. I will probably go with SACCUCCI.
  • I just bought a 2012 Honda Accord SE and we told the finance manager that we were going to buy our Honda Care Extended Warranty online. He jumped out of his seat and said those warranties are no good and many folks find they are not covered. What? Aren't they exactly the same? He says there is litigation that has made some warranties void. Is this true? Can we trust buying them online? Who is the most reputable online warranty contact?
  • jet10000jet10000 Posts: 656
    He jumped out of his seat and said those warranties are no good and many folks find they are not covered. What? Aren't they exactly the same?

    Of course they're exactly the same. You buy them from a real Honda dealership and the paperwork comes from the same corporate office in CA that it would come from if your local dealer sold it to you.

    Your local dealer just didn't want to lose out on his profit margin so he started spitting out lies.

    Just get a quote from one of the online dealers and place your order:

    http://www.saccuccihondacare.com/
    http://hyannishondacare.com/index.php
    http://www.bernardiservicecontracts.com/
  • Hi SAhondabuyer, I saw your other post and you can help me out. The OTD price is great price.....may I ask what kind of other options did you get (besides tinted windows)? such as floor mats, splash guards, body side molding, trunk tray....
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