GE aftermarket warranties can be bought from _ANY_ dealer that carries
them. They have dealer costs, and retail prices. You should be able to deal
on the price (alot). They don't need to bought with the car. They don't
need to be bought from the same dealer the car came from.
Unless you've signed off on the purchase agreement, maybe you can get it at
cost as part of the deal. On the other hand....you could simply shop around
>As I'm still awaiting the delivery date on the S4, I wanted to find out if
>anyone has had experience with GE's Bumper to Bumper Platinum protection.
>The policy I'm considering is a 75,000mi/3yr. warranty on the S4 which has 3
>months and 9,000mi of factory warranty left...
>The dealer wants $ 1,734.00 for it - does anyone have any advice? The policy
>does NOT cover brakes, refrigerants, normal maintenance items (belts, plugs,
>brakes, clutch), glass, lighting equip, batteries...
>I intend to check out the service record in more detail...but it seems to be
>1993 S4, 41Kmi
>1990 Coupe Quattro, 66Kmi
>1986 Chevy Caprice, 300K+mi
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