Just this week I took delivery of my new 2011 F250 and was quoted a price of $2400 for an additional two years and 39,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage. Total coverage would have been 5 years 75,000 miles...
I paid $1900 for a 5 year 100k bumper to bumper warranty. after spending 7k in our of pocket repairs to get my 06 dodge to 95000 miles and given the fact this truck is a totally new engine and trans setup, against what I normally do I antied up the money for it. I have never bought an extended warranty before, but I dunno these trucks appear fairly problem free for the most part, it might be worth the risk and not buy it, the motor is 100k anyways. it was suspension parts that really tore me up on the dodge, scratch that, it was just about the entire truck.
2011 4x4 F250 XLT crew cab, white 6.7 adobe cloth interior, dodge man coming to the dark side
I'm still debating on the warranty. The truck is a month old and I don't see many problems here in the 6.7 board. I think I may wait around and lurk to see if there are more widespread problems. If not, I'm going to pass as technically, we should be problem free in these trucks for 100k.
I'm hoping the times are past us when it comes to juggling with fire after 100k on a diesel (6.0 and 6.4....).
It was $180 off. I got the Premium ESP and I paid $2249 for 84 mo / 100k. It covers 500+ items and I plan on keeping the truck for past the standard 3 yr 36k warranty or the 5 yr 60k powertrain warranty. It is also a great reselling feature if I decide to sell the truck.
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