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Tonight I bought a 2011 Sienna LE with 57,000 miles on it - the out-the-door price was 19,997 (sales price was 17,990). Carfax and Autocheck were fine. I had it inspected by a mechanic and it needed new tires and brake pads, but was otherwise in great condition, and the dealer agreed to do new brake pads and tires at no cost to me.. All of this seems like a great deal to me...
HOWEVER, they were extremely pushy in the finance department and eventually wore me down into purchasing an Allstate Warrenty for 5 years/60,000 miles (until the minivan hits 127,000) for $3500(!). On paper it seems to cover pretty much any petty thing that could go wrong, from major service to a broken cup holder. Still, $3500 is probably outrageous, right? What are other people paying for warrenties? I left the car so they could handle the brakes and tires, and I'm supposed to pick up Saturday. Wondering if I should go in and cancel right away (I do know it can be canceled and refunded pro-rated) or if I should wait 3 months in case anything major goes wrong? Basically raises the price to 21,490 asking, 23,497 OTD.
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