shelley

United States

#1 Feb 18, 2009
This week my 06 Legacy Outback (4 cylinder automatic) that I bought from the dealer with 6000 mi. is about to turn 36000. So it's time to decide if I should get the Subaru extended warranty. I do plan to keep the car to 100,000 when the warranty expires. The dealership is charging $1750 for the warranty. I have a bad history with extended warranties and have never felt I got my money's worth. Any advice here?
Bob

Bailey, CO

#2 May 21, 2009
Of course you didn't get your moneys worth. If warranty companies paid out what they took in they would be out of business. They are in the business of denying claims.

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