extended warranty on 2005 Toyota Sienna

m y car has 134000 mile and I was reading AAA and they rec. buying a warranty your thoughts thank yuo

by in Middleburg, FL on June 29, 2013
3 answers
ANSWER by on June 29, 2013
My thought's are no, no! Don't think it will ever pay for itself. My opinion only. Might be wrong! Do you buy extended warranties on say a tv or other componets like that? I relize it it a big difference but between that and a car but i am Just saying. If you owned a p.o.s. then that would be another matter, Toyota is a very reliable vehicle! If you do get a policy, READ the fine print!
ANSWER by on June 29, 2013
Buying a service contract is a very wise decision on any vehicle given today technology on cars. I would say be very careful when buy a policy. Make sure the are reputable company like Carchex(877-CARCHEX) Or EasyCare (800-538-4181) Make sure you read what is covered Such as Engine, Transmission,Electrical Components, Air Conditioning Front & rear etc.... Many People buy a service contract because they list more components but really don't apply to your specific vehicle. Once you've done your due diligence I would ask your Automotive Service Station which contract to buy prior to making your decision.
ANSWER by on June 08, 2014
If you decide to purchase an extended warranty be very careful to pick a dependable company, check online for reviews. I just got scammed, the contract said it covered the cooling system and when I took it to the repair shop almost 2 month after I bought the plan they said the fine print stated that the radiator wasn't covered. The contract stated that I could get a full refund within 60 days minus any claims paid if I requested it in writing so I sent an overnight letter, they called and told me because I had filed a claim that I wasn't entitled to a refund. The warranty company is TOCO warranties, they have filed bankruptcies a couple of times under different names because of lawsuits and now are using TOCO as a business name.
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