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Honda Extended Warranties Pricing and Info

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  • sandman_6472sandman_6472 Coral Springs, FLPosts: 2,626
    This is easy...get the Hondacare and be done with it! Dump the other company like...NOW!!!

    The Sandman

    2014 Hyundai Tuscon SE/2005 Mazda 3s/2008 Hyundai Accent GLS/2009 Nissan Versa SL hatch

  • elsie10elsie10 Posts: 5
    edited November 2013
    Thanks for your advice. I went back to the dealer and canceled it; it really wasn't as bad an experience as I thought it would be. I had my numbers ready this time when he asked what I had been quoted for HondaCare. It also probably helped that I talked to our salesman, and he talked to the manager and F/I man before I got there.
    This has been a great site to check for info. I was fully prepared with what to pay for a vehicle and even got a better price than even the lowest bar on TrueCar, but I had not researched the extended warranty and prices. Now I know!! I hope others will look here first too. Thanks again!
  • I live in NY and just purchased a 2014 Honda Odyssesy. Of couse the finance manager tried to sell me an extended warranty 8 years/ 120K for $2200. After I told the price is too high, he came back with $1800. My question is, can I purchase Honda Care extended warranty from any online dealer (saccucci.com, collegehillshonda.com) or is it only a dealer in NY?
  • jatanjatan Posts: 92
    Buy online
  • I didn't research warranties before I picked up my 2013 Accord in Irving, TX. Succumbed to the finance guru, even though I had a cashiers check for the purchase…I know, I know. This guy's line was, "I'm giving you employee pricing." $1755.00 for 6 yr/100K mi $0 deductible.

    Got back home, dialed up edmonds.com on the interwebbings and purchased a 6 yr/100K mi $0 deductible for $890 and Sentinel 6 yr/72K mi oil change and tire coverage plan for $445 from Saccucci Honda. Saved $420! Thanks to all on the forum for the info on this.

    SuperBee Round Rock, TX

  • godeacsgodeacs Posts: 481

    I take it you had no luck buying from Austin/Round Rock dealers?

  • leesha48leesha48 Posts: 5

    @aspesisteve said: "But the salesperson hooked me when he said that the way Honda's are built now (being so computerized), they're much costlier to fix."

    these are fear based sales :shades: tactics designed to separate you from your hard earned cash! Try reading consumer reports including the reliability data on the Civic, which is excellent, and you will realize that you are making a ill advised bet.

    It is such a paradox to go from the car salesman selling you on reliability and then after closing the deal you get mr. doom and gloom warning you about expensive repair bills. Give me a break! I tell them if they want their customer report card to read 'A' then spare me the after market sales shenanigans. I'm out the door faster and have more money left in my account.

    At the very least, you should walk away and say you will think about it and get a competitive bid.

  • leesha48leesha48 Posts: 5

    Oh yes, this is exactly what happened to me this past week. Once I realized I wasn't even sold a Honda Care warranty it was a company I've never heard off, could find no reviews on line for this company, I canceled it. Buyer Beware of these scare tactics they use!

  • ebeaudoinebeaudoin Posts: 11

    Hello all. I work at a Honda dealership in sales. My wife and I are buying a Certified 2010 Honda Odyssey LX with 61,300 miles. I'm inclined to go with the 8yr/120k "wrap" (bumper-to-bumper) Honda warranty. My business manager mentioned aftermarket warranties, but I'm wary of those and will only consider a Honda warranty. Everyone here in the thread has provided helpful insight. Now all I need to do is convince the Mrs. that it's a good idea. Thanks again folks!

  • snowkatzsnowkatz Posts: 2

    anyone in NY bought one of these online Hondacares and know that its transferable or works across state lines etc? Got quoted 1600 for 8yr/120k. Was going to pay 1550 for 8yr/100k Zurich warranty. Thoughts?

  • odyjeep22odyjeep22 Posts: 3

    Honda Odyssey 6yr/100K $0 Ded Honda Care $940 from Hyannis Honda

  • altinkeraltinker Posts: 7

    I did get a quote for the 8yr/120K warranty at $1230 from a Massachusetts dealer; however, I used it as a negotiating item when trying to get the lowest price for car/options/warranty/interest rate. The dealer charged me $1595 for the service contract and said that was the lowest they can go because they normally sell it for $3000 or $3500, but they threw in window tinting and some accessories at cost to get me down to $200 lower than my lowest quote. I'm okay with my local dealership making a bit of profit, but not an exorbitant amount -- like 200 or 300%.

    The dealer also sold a non-Honda care warranty (they probably get better profit on it), and I was armed with info when I went in there. Only one local dealer was able to give it to me at the $1230 price, but the cost for the car, accessories, and interest rate were all higher. So, it worked out in the long run.

    I owned a Mercedes C230 for 11 years -- I tend to keep my cars. I had to have my computer display replaced once, and that was $1000. I know that something is going to break in 8 years on most cars. The warranty is totally worth it to me.

  • altinkeraltinker Posts: 7

    It seemed strange to me that my dealer had Honda Care available, but they were pushing a third party manufacturer's warranty instead. I did some online research, and apparently, there was a lawsuit Saccucci vs. Honda. What happened (I will try to cover the high points as it was a lengthy doc I sifted through) -- a customer went into a dealership and bought a car and the Honda Care warranty at regular dealer prices. Then, they researched the warranty and saw that Saccucci sold it for way cheaper. They flipped out on the dealer and said that they were never going to do business with the dealer, and further, they were never going to buy a Honda. They accused the dealer of cheating them. So, the dealer contacted HQ, and HQ stopped Internet sales of the Honda Car VSC's temporarily. Saccucci filed a lawsuit and later an appeal, but Honda won. I didn't do further research to see how they are able to sell VSC's. But, I am guessing that dealers have Honda Care available, but they push the third party warranty because a customer can't accuse them of cheating them on pricing that way.

  • stockdoxstockdox Posts: 9

    @altinker said:

    It seemed strange to me that my dealer had Honda Care available, but they were pushing a third party manufacturer's warranty instead. I did some online research, and apparently, there was a lawsuit Saccucci vs. Honda. What happened (I will try to cover the high points as it was a lengthy doc I sifted through) -- a customer went into a dealership and bought a car and the Honda Care warranty at regular dealer prices. Then, they researched the warranty and saw that Saccucci sold it for way cheaper. They flipped out on the dealer and said that they were never going to do business with the dealer, and further, they were never going to buy a Honda. They accused the dealer of cheating them. So, the dealer contacted HQ, and HQ stopped Internet sales of the Honda Car VSC's temporarily. Saccucci filed a lawsuit and later an appeal, but Honda won. I didn't do further research to see how they are able to sell VSC's. But, I am guessing that dealers have Honda Care available, but they push the third party warranty because a customer can't accuse them of cheating them on pricing that way.

    My dealer did not even bother to try and sell me a Honda Care Warranty but tried to scare me into paying over 3000 for a non-Honda warranty and up to over 5500 on anti theft options and maintenance plans and additional coverage. I bought Honda Care warranty from Saccucci mainly because I support consumer right to get a fair price on a warranty. The thing with Honda Care warranty is that they are cancel-able and you are refunded the unused portion. When people find they were taken on purchasing a Honda Care warranty, they cancel and buy it from someone else. Of course dealers do not want you to be able to cancel so they sell you a third party product.

  • accdguy13accdguy13 Posts: 7

    I just purchased an 8 year, 120,000 mile Honda Care warranty / with a 100.00 deductible from Bernardi Honda in Massachusetts for $ 1185.00. The price of the plan is a bit more than Saccucci Honda (often one of the lowest) but you can spread the payments out over 12 months by purchasing from Bernardi versus paying the whole shot at once... Plus - the dealer gives you a 30.00 gift certificate to Bernardi parts (useful for some touch up paint or a keychain) ... All in all- not bad.

  • hondadriverhondadriver Posts: 2

    Recently purchased 8-year, 120,000 mile, 0 deductible Honda Care coverage from www.hyannishondacare.com for $1075. Very responsive and easy to work with. Dealer where I purchased the Accord was pushing a 3d party warranty for $1600+. Actually asked me to sign the 3d party pricing sheet stating that I was declining the coverage.

  • lo742lo742 Posts: 3

    I just got my Accord LX and ot $960 - 6yr 120k Honda care. I got a quote from Curry Honda, and asked the dealer if they could at least match. They said no, its below there cost. Then during the signing of the paperwork they gave me the warrenty paper and it was for $960, he said he did not know they would do that as its costing them money. Ya ok :)

    Question, some people mention the 8yr - 120yr "wrap" - is that different from the regular Honda Care?

  • hondadriverhondadriver Posts: 2

    Plan code D62 is 6 years/120K/0 deductible. Same but 8 years is code D82. There appear to be 13 plans with zero deductible and 10 with $100 deductible option.

  • zhelderzhelder Posts: 42

    I'm in the market for an 8 yr/120,000/$0 deductible plan for my 2013 Honda Accord V6 touring. I've called a bunch of dealers trying to get prices for HondaCare extended warranties. The best price I've gotten is $1135 for an 8 year/120,000 mile/$0 deductible plan from Hyannis Honda. A second dealer (College Hills) has come close, with a price of $1150 for the same plan.

    Are these the best prices I can get right now? Also, do any dealers offer good prices AND the payment plan without extra cost? Thanks for any information.

  • stockdoxstockdox Posts: 9

    My pricing sheet from Saccucci for my 2014 Accord V6 was 1200 for that coverage, so that seems good to me. If you want the payment plan, its going to cost you, plain and simple. Maybe I am old school, but if you have the money to blow on a 35,000 automobile then you probably should have an extra $1000 lying around.

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