I have a 2005 CTS with 43,000 miles and the warranty expiring. Based on the maintenance history of the 2005 CTS and assuming I will put 30,000 miles on the CTS in the next three years is it worth paying $2,000 for an extended warranty. Does the CTS have a history of major repairs taking place between 40,000 miles and 70,000 miles. I would appreciate any help in this regard. Thanks
Extended Warranty on 2005 Cadillac CTS
by twindrush in Saint Peters, MO on July 13, 2009
ANSWER by hemicuda on July 13, 2009
$666 a year is fair to know that all repairs will be covered,If the transmission fails or any other major repair is needed you would be $$ ahead.
ANSWER by patrick mannion on July 13, 2009
Even taking into account the usual deductible, on hirer end cars I have usually gotten my moneys worth. Prior to the warentee expiring have a thorough examination of your car done.
ANSWER by Visitor on May 09, 2010
YES, YES, YES! GET THE EXTENDED WARRANTY!!! I bout a used cadillac cts with only 48,000 and i have had some much crap go wrong, that i wish i would have had the car under warranty because parts and labor for anything done to this car cost about $800 + nothing cheeper!