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the lowest i found was 7/70000 for 700...
i am low mileage driver and i took the 100$ deductaible offer...
call the Mastria Subaru guys...they have a something going on this month...you can negotiate the price too...
pay in 10 payments by credit card interest free
My Mom recently bought a Subaru in PA. She showed the dealer's finance guy Mastria's price and they eventually matched it (plus sales tax).
Can someone help me or point me in the right direction?
When I go to checkbook.org (carbargains.com) they list Roto Subaru Arlington Heights, IL as selling Subaru Warranties at $25 over invoice. I guess that I'd like to know retail and invoice prices on extended warranties. Anyone?.
There are three deductible variables: $100, $50, $0
The lengths are (from in-service date / zero miles):
As indicated earlier on these pages, Mastria Subaru has the best deal (in my opinion).
I've got one for 7 years 100 K for my 2010 XT Forester.
I should have given my local dealer the same opportunity, for the sake of the relationship. But I, too, would have had to pay our state's 6% sales tax, which Mastria avoids with their out-of-state sales.
Not only did I get an extended warranty at a great price, but I reconnected with my distant past.
My only regret is that we did not buy the extended warranty for my wife's Forester before its basic warranty expired last year.
Besides, I have purchased 5 cars past few years from your facility, all with extended warranties, including three Subarus. Most recent one was 2011 Outback, purchased Oct 1 this year.
Don should be rewarded for his innovative sales approach .. I am sure SOA (Subaru of America) is breathing on his neck because, as far as I know, Dealers are not allowed to "advertise" these warranties....
You should consider KIA Sorento or Hyundai Santa Fe (if price is that important) as those would be compatible to Forester.
Toyota, on advise from their legal teams, is an over-transparent company nowadays, and will have more frequent recalls than any other brand to avoid any (possible) future fines by NHTSA.
1255 New State Hwy
Raynham MA 02767
Question 1: Can you back out of the warranty within a certain # of days ?
Question 2: Should she worry about angering the dealership - where she is likely to get service?
Piston (ringland failure)
a few bearings
Eventually they put a new shortblock in at 97k miles because the first piston job was done incorrectly by a dealer.
So for me, that extended warranty really paid off. The dealer I dealt with for my last few repairs was not my selling dealer nor the place where I bought my warranty. They still gave me loaners and were great to deal with.
I just bought my '11 STi and will likely buy the Added security Gold 7/100k warranty before I hit 3/36k on the car.
Subaru Guru and Track Instructor
Like the previous poster noted, it's a pretty good price if indeed it is a genuine Subaru warranty!
If it is not, I am not sure, if you can cancel it with refund. Read the find print or check with F&I dept. at that dealership.
Our 3 years of roadside assistance is about to expire, and I got an offer to renew that, and the cost of that alone was about $80/year. So 4 years would run ~$320.
That means the warranty portion by itself only cost you $500 or so!
I have a 2010 Outback with 34,267 miles and was looking for the 5yr/100K with $0 or $50 deductible. I had been emailing various dealers around town and the country and found (not surprisingly) VERY different results. I live in Columbus, Ohio.
Local Dealer that I bought from 1.5 yrs ago quoted me $1397 for the $50 option, and $1520 for the $0.
Don @ Mastria: $1195 for the $50 and $1295 for the $0
James @ Autonation: $1650 for the $50 and $1850 for the $0 (he was kind of a jerk when I questioned why his was so much more expensive than even the next highest quote)
Joe @ Roto: $922 for the $50 and $1045 for the $0.
Another local dealer wouldn't even quote me when I asked if he could do $1100 for the $0 option saying "can't do it below his cost".
I found both Joe and Don to be EXTREMELY responsive, polite and considerate.
Hope that helps someone going forward.
I just had a great experience with the following Subaru Dealership:
Arlington Heights, IL
I asked for a 7yr/70k $0 deductible extended warranty and paid $835 for my 2011 Subaru Forester 2.5x Premium. That was $200 less than what the "Mastria Subaru" offered. I found this dealership through "Washington Checkbook.org". I was done with whole transaction in 10 minutes...Joe was top notch.
Best Regards, glyttek
I would highly recommend Don or Joe. Both were great to deal with and very low pressure. I have read others who have had similar experiences with both gentlemen. It doesn't seem that you could go wrong either way.
If you need it 3 times, time to trade the car. At least you can tell the buyer it's still under warranty.
Most of us would really want to know what led to this blow out! Has there been any indications or have they claimed certain miss-use or missed services by the Dealer? This, for the sake of others, would be worth pursuing with the Dealer as to the cause, please!
They sent letters to affected owners with early builds, and even had a stop-sale (a big deal in the car biz). They inspected engines and performed oil analysis on them, replaced bad ones, then extended their coverage on all the potentially affected engines (even ones running well).
Indeed, it was a batch of crankshaft bearings, just like you experienced.
If you got a new engine you can be sure they would have the revised bearings part #, and the warranty should offer piece of mind.
So no worries, enjoy your Subie. :shades:
Does your VIN fall within that range?
The recall may have been expanded, that information I got way back in 2009.
But I do have the Gold Warranty exactly for those reasons that were on these pages elsewhere....
I just don't worry about it. All paid with Subaru Bucks, too, from my Chase Subaru card. So not a penny out of my pocket.
Hey Don, if you read this, you should post your contact info here!
Roto Subaru Mazda Inc.
847-255-5700 ext 290
Dealer had to replace a front end link and some bushings in the front suspension. They said it would not have been covered by the factory warranty (I think she hit a large pothole), but because we had the Gold warranty, the grand total for the repair?
I mean, when describing the SAS Gold to me, I was told that it was "basically the same as the original factory warranty", minuse the trim, molding, wear and tear, etc.
If it's covered under the SAS Gold plan, I would think it would have been covered under the original factory warranty as well.
Anyway, glad it was a $0 charge!
I dunno, maybe I should spring for one (w/ Subaru Bucks!). I'd probably be looking at a 6/100 as the best fit.
The last time I went off-roading in mine, I split a sidewall on a tire. My wife was not pleased....
I think it should not have been covered at all, since technically it was damaged, not faulty, but they covered it out of good will because I'm a Gold customer.
At least that's what I'd like to believe.
They gave her a free loaner, too. A Kia Rio. Last time we were there (also for a Gold warranty claim) they gave us a Benz C240 4Matic wagon! Seriously.
My dealer treats Gold customers well. :shades:
No promises that you'll get the same service - my wife is attractive and that probably didn't hurt! LOL
I had the Gold on a 2001 and the only repair that fell under that warranty was a tie rod replacement. I didn't save the hundred or so the repair would have cost. It cost me $700 plus I paid for the warranty.
Your costs for repairs under these extended warranties is: Warranty Cost divided by the number of repairs.
End result: You [indirectly] paid for the warranty.
P.S. Granted, it's hard to find a CC with across the board 3% rewards.
(847-255-5700 ext 290). He is very professional and prompt, and the warranty is Genuine Subaru warranty (my dealer tried to sell me some inferior and overpriced warranty called "platinum" - Subaru does not sell such a warranty).
The warranty for 7 years/70,000 miles with $0 deductible cost $835.