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Old 07-05-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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Extended warranty

I am in the process of purchasing a used class A. 2008 Fleetwood/Workhorse. The dealer is offering an extended warranty by Cornerstone RV. Does anyone have experience with this company?
I don't usually buy warranties but I am giving this one consideration. The coverage is for 4 years.

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Old 07-05-2012, 06:10 PM   #2
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I just recently purchased a used 2007 Winnebago Voyage. As part of the deal the dealer threw in a Cornerstone contract. I had my neighbor look it over. He brokers these policies to car dealers. He believes the company to be reliable and that this is an "exclusionary" contract it looked pretty good. Exclusionary means that is the item is not specifically excluded, then it's covered.

Wether or not you purchase the contract is a personal decision. There is a significant profit margin built in to the price for the dealer, not unusual to be 50% of retail price. Don't feel shy about negotiating the contract cost if that is the way you want to go.

Like you, I don't normally go for the "extended warranty" contracts. In my case, this new rig is substantially more complex than our previous one. As the dealer threw it in (I know the cost is covered somewhere in the deal) it is providing some valued peace of mind. As I have made no claims I am unable to speak to the responsiveness of the company. Our dealer's service manager, however, did say that Cornerstone was a very easy company to deal with.

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Old 07-09-2012, 09:07 AM   #3
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I too have recently purchased a contract with Cornerstone. I've had no experience with claims yet, but in my research, I could not find many negative comments, no bbb activity, and the contract seems worthy of the price I paid. I was however, accused of "working for them under a pseudonym " on another post. Not true. Lazy Days is one of their agents.
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