Mazda CX-9 Warranty/Certification
I'm looking at a 2008 CX9 from a non-Mazda dealer. It has 15K miles. I would get the balance of the factory warranty. If I were to buy this car at a Mazda dealer, I would get it certified, which seems to be a good deal. I'm trying to find out if it would be possible to have this vehicle certified through Mazda to get the additional coverage?
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But maybe they would for the appropriate fee. Try asking in the Got a Quick Question for a Car Dealer? discussion.
If the Mazda dealer doesn't bite, there's always the extended warranties offered by third parties. Certified Used Vehicle Programs
However, Mazda loaner policy is reasonable and is WAY better than Toyota/Honda. I don't know of any Toyota/Honda dealers in SF Bay Area that offer loaner cars AT ALL. Shuttle is what you get or discounted rental cars on site.
I have used the loaner from Mazda once on TSB repair. Loaners are also available for major service such as 30K/60K. This is as good as any Lexus loaner policy. When I owned my BMW, they didn't even offer loaner vehicles at all. Rental coupon was what I got. Usually a free Korean Elantra at that time. For others, one needed to pay more. :mad:
What is your concern? Voiding the warranty?
No way it will. The Moss-Magnus. Act dictates that warranty on an OE part is voided if and only if the automaker can prove that an aftermarket part caused the OE part to fail.
In your case, hauling bikes is not gonna cause any problem. It is way below the standard 2000lb rating w/o tow package.