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Looking for 10 year from my 2018. Any thoughts on buying no or waiting till I am near the basic warranty expiration?
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My understanding is the "extended warranty" does NOT kick in until after the original factory warranty expires---however you must prior to the expiration date of the original.----therefore a 10 yr extended warranty only gives you 7 additional years.....
buying early may give you some leverage with your local service dept if you run into any issues under the the original coverage
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My only thinking is based on number of miles. Currently I am driving about 7K per year - but that could change - if I buy close than I would have a better idea about if I need 10 year /75K or 10yr/100K.


On the downside I am concerned prices might increase potentially.


I am assuming these warranties are transferable.
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My only thinking is based on number of miles. Currently I am driving about 7K per year - but that could change - if I buy close than I would have a better idea about if I need 10 year /75K or 10yr/100K.


On the downside I am concerned prices might increase potentially.


I am assuming these warranties are transferable.

You don't have to purchase it until just before your 3 years are up. Given the difference in premium prices for mileage variation I'd be less worried about overall price increases by waiting.
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