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    Extended Warranty

    Dealer is offering me a new extended warranty program offer directly from Ford for the GT350:
    7 yr/100,000 mile bumper to bumper with $100 deductible. This extends the original warranty to 4 more years/64k more miles. Total price...$2,850 and it's transferable.

    Picking up the GT350 tomorrow and need to make a decision...

    Any thoughts? Would like your opinions

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    If you plan on not modifying the vehicle the by all means go with extended warranty. If decide to track race the car, pull the plates, toss a piece of cardboard over the vin and have fun.
    BTW they consider racing in competition with other vehicles. You can make all the time passes you want. So if they ask about launch control or line lock being used, you were making timed passes for your own review.
    I think if you leave the vehicle alone, that warranty will pay off for sure!

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    when my son bought his 15' mustang gt, the dealer was able to do a custom factory warranty for 6yrs 60,000, when they were told the 7yr/100,000 was to much, considering the low mileage he drives.

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    Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.


    I ended up getting the extended warranty, for the following reasons:

    1) This is a new designed vehicle with new engine, new suspension, some new electronics, etc. AND who knows how they'll function after 3 years.
    2) Transferable at any time if I sell the vehicle during the next 7 years. Should be easier to sell with an extended warranty.
    3) According to the dealer, it can be cancelled at any time and be refunded at the pro rated amount.

    I think it is worth it just for #1 & 2

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    #3 Is interesting. Never heard that

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    I agree with your thought process, new highly engineered car with expensive parts replacement cost, will probably do same warranty

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    Just a note, I added an extended warranty for my 2012 GT500 last year. You can get them much cheaper from third-party vendors than you can from the dealer. I paid around $800 for mine purchased through Ford Extended Warranty, Ford ESP, Premium Care & Maintenance Plans. Once you purchase it you can verify it by going to your dealer and asking for an Oasis report. It'll show the presence of the extended warranty on the report.

    I bought mine for the exact same reasons: if it failed and it was expensive I wanted it to be someone else's checkbook paying to fix it. Note that I have modified my car, but not the drivetrain. If you're thinking of tuning your car or making other engine changes I'd be more hesitant of purchasing an extended warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikesgt350 View Post
    Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.


    I ended up getting the extended warranty, for the following reasons:

    1) This is a new designed vehicle with new engine, new suspension, some new electronics, etc. AND who knows how they'll function after 3 years.
    2) Transferable at any time if I sell the vehicle during the next 7 years. Should be easier to sell with an extended warranty.
    3) According to the dealer, it can be cancelled at any time and be refunded at the pro rated amount.

    I think it is worth it just for #1 & 2
    Another reason to purchase an extended warranty - check out rodneytxps thread at https://www.gt350.org/forum/15-mustan...new-build.html.

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    I have been offered bumper to bumper warranty extending the three years to seven; so I would have a seven year 60000 mile warranty; 4500 miles per year for $1000. Pretty hard to beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxx View Post
    I have been offered bumper to bumper warranty extending the three years to seven; so I would have a seven year 60000 mile warranty; 4500 miles per year for $1000. Pretty hard to beat.
    Foxx, is this the Ford extended warranty?

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