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Nissan security plus warranty how much did you pay?

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  • maxima2005maxima2005 Posts: 1
    Just got Warranty from Continental Warranty for Nissan Maxima 2005.
    When I talked to sales, they said that I must buy right now or no deal. They cannot email me a quote and give me time to think. But they said I can pay 250$ today (fully refundable) and they send me package. I ve got +60 month, up to 100,000 miles with $0 deductible for $2100+ (after some negotiation). Can cancel within month. Should receive package within few days. I have slighly below 30K on odometer after almost 3 years since purchase day (original owner). Can anybody share experience or Ext. War. service with Continental Warranty. Plan name: super-puper Freedom Plus. Warranty is bumper-to-bumper (according to sales- I was mooched by two salespeople) and include roadside assistance, car rent and even hotel ($75/day). I ve heard some negatives about this company (they are in Washington State) that with these warranties customer have hard time to make their vehicle serviced becasue Nissan dealers and authorizationers cannot come to agreement when car need repair.
  • obyoneobyone Posts: 8,065
    Yes the problem lies with the fact that Continental Warranty authorizes less money per hour than the dealership will charge. In fact a lot of mechanic shops will not take work from Continental Warranty just for that reason alone. What I've found out over the years that if you're going to buy an extended warranty do so from the manufacturer.

    Every dealer can sell it so you can price shop the warranty rather than buy some 3rd party warranty where you don't even know if they will be around next year.
  • I just purchase a 2009 Nissan Murano. I love it but I am totally confused by how they "screwed" me on the Security Plus Agreement. They gave me a Gold Preferred 36 months/45,000 miles for $1500. This does nothing for me because the car is covered by the Warranty for that time period. Next they gave me a Maintenance+Plus Agreement for 45,000 miles at $750 and told me it included tire protection and car rental allowance. I called the next day and asked them why the blanks weren't filled out in these agreements and they said computer error and I would get the contracts in 30 days. Next I took the car on a trip and discovered I didn't have Maintence Plus when I had a flat tire! The out-of-town Nissan dealer told me confidentially I had been screwed on these agreements. Now the GM/Managing Partner where I bought the car won't return my phone calls and I have contact Nissan Consummer Affairs. I haven't bought a new car in 10 years. I love this car BUT I hate all this hassle and lying. Why would they do this?
    My husband wanted to buy a Nissan next year but now ............. Any ideas on what I do next. We are retired, mature and I guess stupid.
  • Stever@EdmundsStever@Edmunds YooperlandPosts: 38,946
    You probably can cancel the extended warranties by sending the dealer a letter. But first you may want to call your local consumer protection office and see what advice they can give you.

    And please visit Dealer Ratings and Reviews and tell the world about your dealer.
  • I just purchased a Murano and want to do the exact same thing. Could you please tell me how much you paid and was the deductable $50 or Zero? Thanks !!!! Bob
  • I am also looking for an extended warranty. Just bought my 2009 Altima 2.5 SL with lots of bells and whistles. I was looking at the Nissan Security Plus Gold Preferred Plan - they wanted $1850 for 84month/100,000miles w/$50.00 Ded. Sounds like this is way to much to be spending. What did you use for ammunition to get the price down?

    Has anyone else gotten this warranty for a lower price? Where did you get it? I assume I can do all this via Fax, Phone, and Fed-Ex. I'm in Calif, so I'd even take a drive to a surrounding state if the price was substantually lower.
  • in Florida. A couple days after buying the van, I paid $755.00 for the Nissan Gold Preferred 60 month/75000 mile warranty through VOB Nissan in Rockville, MD. I am in Florida and they sell the warranty without the dealer mark up which is usually 100%. They sell it at COST.

    The extended warranty offers roadside assistance for the entire time you own the warranty.
  • If you still need an extended warranty you might want to look at warranty direct. It is recommended by Edmunds. I have not had to use it yet so no input there.
  • Stever@EdmundsStever@Edmunds YooperlandPosts: 38,946
    Edmunds has had various warranty companies as ad partners over the years, but I don't think we specifically recommend any company.

    Choosing The Extended Warranty That's Right For You
  • I am about to purchase a 2009 Armada LE. Can anyone tell my how much I should pay for the Gold Preferred Maintenance Plus, 60m/75,000 miles and the Gold Preferred Security Plus Extended Warranty, 84 m/100,000 miles? I live in Texas. I can’t locate costs for these anywhere. You can go to Kelly Blue Book for the vehicle invoice price, but where do you go for the extended warranty costs? The manufacturers keep this info under lock and key.
  • twiggy2twiggy2 Posts: 1
    I just purchased a 2009 Murano SL with all the luxury add ons (navigation, tech package, etc.) I'm trying to decide if I should pay for the extended gold warranty. The dealership offered me a 7 yr. / 70K mile deal with a $50 deductible at over $2,300. That seems outrageous!!

    Does anyone else have any recent comparisons?

    Really appreciate the insight.
  • saffihsaffih Posts: 1
    Can you please let me know if I can purchase this contract and what do you mean in your message? please contact me ASAP thanks
  • I paid $1192 for an 84 mos / 70,000 mile Nissan Security Plus plan for my 2009 Altima.

    I found the following link that will provide free price quotes and the actual contract (from a Nissan dealer in Ga.) I would suggest using this link for comparison purposes: http://www.nissanextendedwarranty.com/warranty/extended_warranty_choices.html


    Here are the prices I received for a 2009 Altima (from the above link). This info let me know that I obtained a fair price from my local dealer for my service warranty.


    Nissan Security+Plus Gold 72 mo. 100,000 mi. 0 Deductble $1,677
    Nissan Security+Plus Gold 72 mo. 100,000 mi. 50 Deductble $1,513
    Nissan Security+Plus Gold 84 mo. 70,000 mi. 0 Deductble $1,647
    Nissan Security+Plus Gold 84 mo. 70,000 mi. 50 Deductble $1,483
  • tnicoltnicol Posts: 1

    I paid $2899 for the gold plan, after paying $2000 for a lesser plan a month ago. And was told it was not optional, but required for the financing. I told them I didn't want it, but they refused to remove it. I think I need a lawyer.

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