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Old 09-12-2015, 04:58 PM   #15
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I had wholesale warranties quote it 3-4 different ways it is ranging from 8k to 11k for 4 years seems like plenty but the alternative can be much worse ! Time for a drink to ponder this dilemma.




Thanks for the feed back keep it coming .
10 or 11K buys a lot of repairs, but you know your coach better. Yes, indeed, time to pause and take another adult beverage. All the best!
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10 or 11K buys a lot of repairs, but you know your coach better. Yes, indeed, time to pause and take another adult beverage. All the best!
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Old 09-13-2015, 12:01 AM   #17
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OP, dealer has committed fraud, he owes you far more than just your money back. Contact your state's AG's office and file a complaint. The dealer took your money and gave you nothing of what you contracted for. Ut's now up to them to get you the insurance AND pay for the denied repairs. Go after them through the AG's office for breach of contract.
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Old 09-13-2015, 10:30 AM   #18
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Extended Warranties

It is hard to believe they have gone up in price that much in the three years since We bought ours!! Like I stated, ours is bumper to bumper except for normal maintenance items.
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I have made all the repairs to date totaling about $3600 in parts and have completed most of the repair labor myself. I felt they owed me interest on my money at least, but they said they could only give me a full refund. The whole deal was bad from the start but we made the best of it . I couldn't in good faith very recommend the dealer I purchased it from!

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I am pretty mechanically incline so working on the coach and getting advice for repairs from other cc owner has been a great experience, and I have the old girl in great shape . Time to just move on I think and take one of the new quotes just in case we have a major breakdown !
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I think the decision has a lot to do with how comfortable you are at fixing things on the coach. If you are a real fix-it guy it may not be worth buying however if you are not I would highly recommend an extended warranty. I have very little interest or ability to fix many things, only work on simple things, and purchased a warranty from XtraRide. Two years ago it cost $10k for a 5 year very good policy.

I have used it often and they have already paid out about $6-7K on repairs. Every repair shop I have gone to have said they like working with XtraRide and felt they were one of the best companies.

It has been worth the peace of mind having the policy. You just need to go into the purchase with open eyes and know what is and is not covered. If I had to do it over again I would absolutely buy it again.

Just recently I had two electric shades replaced at $500 per shade. The repair shop was amazed they were covered and I was so pleased.

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Over the pat 15 years we have had two diesel pushers. Extended warranty on both thru dealer. First coach kept it 12 years, no claims. Second and most recent, had the coach for a year this month, warranty has paid out more than I paid. 3 years to go, I am glad I paid the approx $7000.00. You just never know. Jake
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Quotes for extended coverage are not one size fits all. We found last June it was much more expensive for a quote for an 07 40' Tiffin bus vs 07 42' Tiffin Bus. the 42' was under 20K miles which is a price point (at least with Wholesale Warranties). Despite the 42' being a tag and longer it was about $2K cheaper for a 4 year vs a 3 year on the 40 with only about 7K miles difference. They were un-waivering on the quote either. The factors they use to quote were purchase price (both were in the same range there ($100-150K) and then mileage where 20K was the magic number in deciding policy premium. I was dealing with Shannon Fitzgearl (no typo). We didn't end up buying either so never wrote the coverage. Still looking! :-)
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