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Extended Warranty: Did You Purchase a Nissan Warranty? How much?

Okay since Nissan of Santa Rosa has been recommended here and I bought my security gold plus from them last year as well. Well I sold my Z 3 weeks

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View Poll Results: Which Nissan Extended Warranty Did You Purchase?
Security+Plus Gold Preferred 105 33.23%
Security+Plus Gold 27 8.54%
Security+Plus Silver Preferred 6 1.90%
Security+Plus Silver 3 0.95%
Security+Plus Bronze 2 0.63%
Security+Plus Pre-Owned Preferred 4 1.27%
Security+Plus Pre-Owned+Plus 3 0.95%
Security+Plus Pre-Owned 2 0.63%
Not Interested in an Extended Warranty 142 44.94%
Purchase an Extended Warranty from a Third Party Other than Nissan 22 6.96%
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Old 09-17-2013, 03:16 PM   #211 (permalink)
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Okay since Nissan of Santa Rosa has been recommended here and I bought my security gold plus from them last year as well. Well I sold my Z 3 weeks ago so I've been looking to get my prorated refunds for my unsued portion of the service contract. Simple? Not really. Over the last 2 weeks, I've called them 6 times now trying to get a cancellation form. Each time I was promised they would email me right away but nothing so far. One time, the person actually said he already emailed the day before. Nothing in my mail box (spam, trash, etc). The person I've been dealing with is Ch.C. and the original person I bought from is J.F. I also called Mr. J.F. 2 times, left one voicemail and sent him an email regarding my concern but no response so far. This is very disappointing. I've been very calmed.

Sales process was great but after sales so far is bad. Thought I'd share so you guys would re-consider before purchasing anything from them.

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^^^Hmmmmm.... I didn't think u could get that back?? I've never even heard of that option??? Does it not stay with the car and transfer over to the new buyer? Or did u trade it in back at the dealer??
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Old 09-26-2013, 11:32 AM   #213 (permalink)
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^^^Hmmmmm.... I didn't think u could get that back?? I've never even heard of that option??? Does it not stay with the car and transfer over to the new buyer? Or did u trade it in back at the dealer??
You have 2 options: cancel it (and get prorated refund) or transferring it to the new buyer. This is the case for most manufacturer backed extended warranty. If you finance the warranty when you purchase the car, the refund will go to the lien holder unless you can provide proof that it's paid off. If you buy it after you guy the car, the refund will be to you.
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This thread has been an interesting read. I'm new to the forum & to the 370Z.

Just picked up a 2010 CPO in Black Cherry metallic (M6 w/ Sport pkg.)
She's got 27K on her so, she's still under the 3/36k factory warranty & the Nissan 7/100k CPO warranty.

I'm also on the fence about buying the extended service contract (I've already been in contact with SR Nissan and got the quotes)

I'm leaning toward buying it because...
1) I'm not much of a mechanic, especially with todays new tech.
2) I live in an apartment with no room to work on a car anyway.
3) I tend to hang onto my cars for years at a time...had my last car for 7 yrs, 10 yrs the one before that.
4) So much high tech, such expensive parts that could go bad/break.

I've got a bit of time still...orig. warranty expires 2/14 or in 9K miles. I'm making myself crazy with my indecision. What to do, what to do...
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^^ If your Z already had the CPO warranty, why would you want the extended service contract? I understand the security gold+ is more extensive but then again, the CPO should cover most of expensive repairs.

Also, make sure you read about my experience above with SR Nissan before making your decision.
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Okay since Nissan of Santa Rosa has been recommended here and I bought my security gold plus from them last year as well. Well I sold my Z 3 weeks ago so I've been looking to get my prorated refunds for my unsued portion of the service contract. Simple? Not really. Over the last 2 weeks, I've called them 6 times now trying to get a cancellation form. Each time I was promised they would email me right away but nothing so far. One time, the person actually said he already emailed the day before. Nothing in my mail box (spam, trash, etc). The person I've been dealing with is Ch.C. and the original person I bought from is J.F. I also called Mr. J.F. 2 times, left one voicemail and sent him an email regarding my concern but no response so far. This is very disappointing. I've been very calmed.

Sales process was great but after sales so far is bad. Thought I'd share so you guys would re-consider before purchasing anything from them.
Just to give an update to my situation: after writing a letter to Nissan (NESNA), they cut me a check with a prorated amount. Good on Nissan side. Bad on Nissan Santa Rosa side.
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Regardless of how long you intend to keep your car and/or whether you intend to mod it (and void the warranty anyway); never, never, never buy an extended warranty.

Keep in mind that the insurance company (and that's all it is) is in business to make a profit and the only way it can make a profit is to charge enough in fees to cover all their potential exposure and then some plus these plans are a HUGE profit center for the dealer (and that profit has to be covered as well).

You will be far, far better off to take whatever money you would spend on an extended warranty and put it in the bank...better yet, have a real emergency fund so that paying for vehicle repairs when they happen aren't a big deal.
Im looking at buying a used Z Car . The factory warranty is up this April. Its a loaded car, even the Navigation system head is like ,many thousands of dollars to replace----plus many other items. Maybe Im ASKING the wrong person, but what would a no copay/deductible for 5 more years cost? Im only interested in Nissan coverage--no third party. Thanks for your help. 71 Bigblock Anyone and everyone fell free to give me some help. Thanks
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Just received this in my EMAIL today. I already have the warranty from 3 years ago when I bought new but if you are on the fence about buying one you may want to buy before the price increase.




Pricing Updates

Annual Price Increase

April 1st of each year Nissan increases the plan costs to match repair rates. We just wanted to give everyone an opportunity to purchase the plans at current rates before the increase.


These increases have historically been anywhere from 2% - 7% depending on the plan type and options. So it's a good time to lock in at todays' rates. Secondly, After April 1st we will no longer be offering 18 month 0% payment plans for contracts under 84 months.

You can view all current pricing by signing in here. You'll need to login using your email and password that were supplied to you when you first received a quote from us.

If you no longer have the password you can create a new one by clicking here.

For help over the phone you may reach us at 877-508-1179.

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No new posts here in well over 3 years. I am considering buying an extended warranty for my 14 roadster before the OEM wty expires in early November. Does anyone have any current info on availability, pricing, best place to buy one, and which warranty level (if any) covers the softtop? I will try to call Santa Rosa Nissan this week; sure hope they weren't damaged by those tragic fires.
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Better ask them specifically about what it covers on the soft top and get it in writing. Just remember that overall they make a lot of money on the extended warranty. Otherwise they would not be selling them. If you can afford to pay for repairs and never buy warranties, you will be ahead on average in the end.
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