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Old 05-24-2013, 08:59 AM   #21
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They only suck for the dealer because they don't get enough money off of it but they have a higher margin selling the third party policy. There's actually a lot of competition between the Ford dealers selling the Ford backed policy. I got mine when I almost signed up, changed my mind, then got an email with a further discount. My reason for having one is peace of mind of course but also for the rental car. I only have one car and stuck if I don't have one.
I have noticed that while searching around at random Ford Dealerships websites. I have seen the premium warranty from Ford for 1300 from one dealer, and I believe it was 7 or 800 from another. The guy at the Ford dealership was going through some bs about how I could only get an extended warranty then and there.
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The guy at the Ford dealership was going through some bs about how I could only get an extended warranty then and there.
Funny - I keep getting mail (from every dealership I've ever had service at) about my factory warranty running out and how I should buy an extended warranty. They should save themselves some money and check their systems before they send the mail since I already have a 6 year / 125k mile extended warranty through Zeigler.
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I have noticed that while searching around at random Ford Dealerships websites. I have seen the premium warranty from Ford for 1300 from one dealer, and I believe it was 7 or 800 from another. The guy at the Ford dealership was going through some bs about how I could only get an extended warranty then and there.
tru88, not sure who your worked with at Camelback Ford. My finance guy was Karl and I thought he was awesome. The extended warranty they prefer to offer is through MPP which is one of the better 3rd party extended warranty companies. I had an MPP policy on my 2008 Nissan Sentra and it was a life saver when I had to have both strut assemblies replaced on that car! When you have your car serviced at the purchasing dealership, there is no deductible on that warranty.

I kinda felt the same about factory extended warranty vs. 3rd party extended warranty when I bought my Nissan, but was very happy when I had to use my MPP extended warranty.

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Be sure to check out what your extended warranty covers, wear items are not covered as an example. It is easy to over warranty a car as the OEM covers power train items after the initial 3 years.
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Hi everyone!

If you're in the market for an ESP, I recommend reaching out to our ESP group at 877-794-6434. You can also get additional information from their website: http://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conten...r/Page/ESPPage

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