Go to the Chrysler web site and purchase the warranty same one dealer sells but at half the cost, https://www.chryslerwarrantydirect.com/vehicle-warrantiesI purchased a 2019 Rubicon with 2.0 liter turbo eTorque, automatic transmission & most of the options.
Is it worth paying $3,000 for an 8Yr/75,000 mile warranty from Mopar with a $100 deductible? It covers over 5,000 components. Things like audio system, sensors, power train and so on. It is basically a bumper to bumper warranty.
The JL wrangler has not been out that long, so it is hard for me to tell if it is worth paying $3,000 up front or take my chances and pay later for anything that breaks outside of the standard warranty.
The eTorque system is already covered by an 80,000 mile warranty and the powertrain is 60,000/5 yr. The rest is 36,000 mile/3yr.
Anyone had their JL long enough to start having significant issues?
I am torn on which way to go. Any recommendations?
I believe you can add a Mopar Extended Warranty before you reach 48 months or 48K miles. It makes more sense to add it before 36 months and 36K miles because you continue your bumper-to-bumper warranty without a gap in that coverage.I am in the market, I want to confirm the last time in which the ESP can be added to the vehicle. I think I saw three years 36K
Do you have to be a Geico customer to get this? Would love to hear from someone that had a major repair that was covered under this program.As mentioned above, Geico MBI is reportedly better than an extended warranty. https://www.geico.com/auto-insurance/mechanical-breakdown-insurance/
I plan to start coverage when my Wrangler is 1 y/o.
I had an extended warranty on my last car and had to fight with them for all but the most simple repairs. And their list of exclusions is long.
Even the maximum warranty doesn't appear to cover emissions ? Am I missing something?Go to the Chrysler web site and purchase the warranty same one dealer sells but at half the cost, https://www.chryslerwarrantydirect.com/vehicle-warranties