I bought the car through Autonation and they provide all the service with 0 deductible, at any of their locations. Forgot to mention that I am 2 hours away from nearest Autonation provider. There is $100 deductible for out of network providers.Looking at your service contract, who is the provider?
Might want to reconsider......GMPP, paid 4200.00 for the trans and TCM on my wife's 08 Malibu last year........and during the plan coverage: Struts + alignment, CD player, twice @ $1300.00 each, control arms (ball joint failures, part of arm).Think of it as this.
What possible warranty claim could you possibly have that would cost 5k. IMO..none.
Get out of that extended warranty ASAP.
Canceling it has changed from optional to a moral imperative.The finance guy lied to me and said you can't cancel for 6 months. I looked at paperwork and it says within 60 days. I called him twice to ask to remove it, but he says it's a done deal.
My 2nd comment. When going back to the dealer, bring someone who has years of experience dealing with dealersThanks so much for all of your help, everyone. They are open today, so I called and asked to speak with the finance guy's boss. He won't be in until Monday.
Another part of this: The finance guy forgot to ask me to sign an arbitration agreement. He fed-exed it to me and said I need to sign it. And I can return it with the receipt for the tire that blew and he will reimburse me.
From what I gather, the dealership should not have been able to let me leave with the car without that being signed. Maybe I have some leverage to have them redo the loan?
Nobody needs your biased advice. The car is fully covered for 36000 miles and then you're probably SOL. I've used EVERY Repair policy I have ever purchased with no regrets. I have read Autonation tries to make it very difficult to obtain refunds on their added protection policies because they bundle them with other maintenance services. The "Warranty" for Autonation is administered by the Warranty Group out of Chicago. They have been in business for 53 years, use other alias company names and are very very low rated. Don't sign any arbitration although I know my Arizona dealer said I had to and I probably did, I was under the influence of Narcotics at the time. Even the Chevy Ownership manuals mention Chevy uses Binding Arbitration as well, "In the event you have a problem".You wasted 5 grand, your car comes with a new car warranty, the dealer is a crook, as are most .