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Toyota Camry Warranty Questions



  • phd86phd86 Posts: 110
    NO. Absolutely not. That is a complete waste of money. Don't even consider it.

    Instead, take care of the car. Change the oil, check and regularly change the fluids, rotate the tires, and drive like a normal human being, and it will last much longer than 100K without issues. (conversely, if you never change radiator fluid until the engine blows, then maybe a warranty is for you). Seriously, tho:

    a) the car has a decent warranty already; if anything was gonna show up from manufacturing/component defect - it will do so under the original warranty.
    b) IF you take care of the car, nothing else (significant) is going to fail by 100,000 miles. There could be some electrical/wear stuff like a battery, or starter, or coil, that might go, but so what? It won't cost $1600. Some other stuff, like a clutch, is going to go slightly over 100,000, and that still won't cost ya $1600.
  • caazcaaz Posts: 209
    Totally concurr with PHD86. i.e. My bmw 1998 740i has 152,986 mi. I drive it nicely these days..(i used to hot rod it). And it looks like new and drives as such. Ive honestly had a few elctrical issues, and other minor things to change, but maintainence is where its at. I'm so confident with Toyota-Honda-nissan etfc. that if i ever buy another luxury car, It'll be a lexus 460 or Infiniti m45...Those cars dont have electrical issues........ But for the present i love my camry. It'll go forever the way i treat cars. Wax them once a month....wash them every week. Use my car duster morning and night, it Always looks brand new...Then i see the other guys who the clear coat is peeling off the roofs...hoods...etc. And i think to myself..they must have never been taught how to take care of a car. I shampoo my car at least every other month.etc... These jpanese cars will give you incredible reliability if you take care of them
  • I think it is all depends on how much. If they offer you a 7/100000 for $500, I think you don't need to think and take it, right?
  • furrycutefurrycute Posts: 33
    I live in NYC. I am planning to purchase a base Toytoa Camry in the next month or so. Can someone please tell me how do you purchase extended warranties for the Camry?

    What does the standard warranty cover? And what does the extended warranty cover? Where should I purchase the extended warranty from? And how much should it cost?

    I've been reading up on the Accord forum. Looks like you can purchase Honda extended warranties from dealerships other than the dealership from which you are purchasing the car from. And there is a place online where you can buy Honda extended warranty for less $1,000.

    Does Toyota offer something similar?
  • wenhqwenhq Posts: 14
    Could anyone help me on this?

    I bought a used 2001 Camry CE in year 2005. I had no idea about the separate emission warranty until now. I failed my state inspection in MA last year (Setp. 2008, around 70K miles) for the bad catalytic converter. However, i never got the check engineer on. I went to Toyota dealer and replaced the catalytic converter, which costed me $1300. I remembered that i asked the service manager if this is under warranty, and he said no.

    Now (7 months later), I realized there is a emission warranty, which is for 8 yrs / 80K miles. Could anyone confirm this for me since i don't have the owner's warranty booklet? I just checked my repair receipt last night, and it stated as Exhaust System (Front). It didn't say Catalytic Converter. Is the Exhaust System (Front) same as Catalytic Converter.

    Tomorrow, I am going to the dealer and ask for the money back. Is there any chance I can get my money back since the catalytic converter is under warranty?

    Thanks and any inputs are appreciated.
  • elb801elb801 Posts: 1
    I have a 2008 camry and the rear brakes were making noise at 29,000 miles. I just had my winter tires taken off at a local garage and asked them to look at them. They told me after that they were pretty bad and the warranty should cover them as it is not normal and they should not be like that with 29,000. Will I have a problem getting this covered at the dealership?
  • 210delray210delray Posts: 4,722
    Well, "pretty bad" doesn't say very much, and brakes are a wear item. So unless there's some obvious defect, I think it would be somewhat difficult to have the problem covered under warranty. But this shouldn't stop you from at least trying.
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