Honda Care Extended Warranty Prices

jeweler_guyjeweler_guy Member Posts: 1
edited March 2016 in Honda
Hi all. Getting ready to purchase a 2016 Odyssey EX-L w/ DVD and am trying to find the best price for Honda Care extended coverage. I have seen posts about good prices from Saccucci, Hyannis and Curry Honda dealers. I'm in Maryland, is buying a warranty online the same as getting it for my dealer? Is it honored the same way? Hope these aren't stupid questions, but its a lot of money and just looking for the best deal. Thanks.

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  • scottc3scottc3 Member Posts: 137
    I am interested in the above questions too..
  • vinnygvinnyg N.Y.Member Posts: 77
    Not stupid questions at all. When I did my research, Hyannis had the best pricing at that time and I believe it still will, but only by a few dollars, but either way getting Honda Care through one of those dealerships directly, tax free, will be better than any deal your selling dealer can or will offer to you. It is genuine Honda Care, just like your dealer would sell you, but at a direct cost and without your dealer making a ridiculous profit on you. It is honored by all Honda dealerships. This is right from Tellmethebest.com:

    The only warranty you want is genuine Hondacare, straight from Honda itself. They may also say that you can only buy it from them, at the time of sale. That is not true either! If they ask, take out the lowest price quote you have. Remember that there is usually no sales tax on the online warranty. The dealer will need to charge you tax. So even if they offer to match the price, it will still cost you more. You can bargain for an even lower price so that it comes in equal AFTER they add in the tax. Or you can decide that the dealer was close enough, and go with them.
    This warranty offers free roadside assistance. If you normally get AAA service, you will save money by canceling the AAA. That can offset some of the warranty costs. There are also some other smaller benefits such as free rental cars, hotel stays, etc. If most anything goes wrong on the car, it will cost you $0 to fix. There is no paperwork to deal with as every Honda dealer has a record that you have Hondacare, they all use the same database. Make sure to keep a nice, neat record of all of your maintenance receipts.

    http://tellmethebest.com/car-value.html
    Be kind to the people you meet on the way up, because you're going to meet the same people on the way down.
  • jipsterjipster Louisville, KentuckyMember Posts: 6,064
    edited May 2020
    I bought an extended warranty on my 2020 Honda Accord CPO 9 years/150000 miles bumper to bumper. I have 60 days to cancel for a full refund of credit if financed thru Honda. After that it prorated to cancel. Cost $1,600


    2020 Honda Accord EX-L, 2011 Hyundai Veracruz, 2010 Mercury Milan Premiere, 2007 Kia Optima
  • jipsterjipster Louisville, KentuckyMember Posts: 6,064
    Edit: Asking price on that Hondacare warranty was $1,600. Negotiated to $1,300
    2020 Honda Accord EX-L, 2011 Hyundai Veracruz, 2010 Mercury Milan Premiere, 2007 Kia Optima
  • jipsterjipster Louisville, KentuckyMember Posts: 6,064
    Edit X2.....no....the price was $1,600 after all. Negotiated from $1,900.
    2020 Honda Accord EX-L, 2011 Hyundai Veracruz, 2010 Mercury Milan Premiere, 2007 Kia Optima
  • Ahmadski03Ahmadski03 North PotomacMember Posts: 11
    Cars now a days are becoming more and more "electronicy" with more gadgets and safety features so it makes sense to get extended warranty than ever before! At a dealership, everything is negotiable! Talk to the finance manager and get prices then call another dealership to get their prices and compare. Keep in mind to compare apples to apples and be smart about it.
    If you like the dealership you buy your car from, if you like the sales consultant, if you like the finance manager, then negotiate and they will do everything to keep you happy and make a deal. Car buying process should be fun and exciting! If you're not getting that feeling from a dealership, try another one.
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