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03-05-2014 01:52 PM
GrayJ Did Noble give up on us here? I have sent him two pm's since August about my warranty and haven't heard anything back at all.
11-17-2013 09:53 AM
mikedboyd
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Originally Posted by Noble View Post
That is one one the best values in the car business!! Unlimited miles, unlimited years!! The only restriction is it is non transferable, and it the coverage will max out at the retail book value of the car at the time. One touchscreen or ecm/pcm going out and you are ahead! I sell them for $1985.00 all day long!
Mike - is this the standard Forum participant price or do you have a better deal you will send us in a PM?

thanks

Very interested, just want to find my best price. thank you
11-16-2013 10:17 PM
mikedboyd
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Originally Posted by Noble View Post
What Jeff said. Lol
Basically, if its mechanical, its covered. Wear items and maintenance items not covered. Only other stipulation on the Lifetime warranty is it only covers up to NADA retail price for a repair. So if you have a $6000.00 repair and NADA retail is $5000.00, it will only pay $5000.
Nice thing about that is a 15 year old Wrangler with 225k miles can still have that much book! No-brainer if you plan on keeping it!!
Mike - do you need to give us individual pricing or do you have a standard 'forum' price that you can just give us here? I sent you a PM also.

Thanks
11-16-2013 10:16 PM
mikedboyd
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Originally Posted by RoadiJeff View Post
What is says is NOT covered:
Maintenance services and items used in such services.
Glass, plastic lenses.
Body and paint items, including soft trim.
Wear items such as manual clutch assembly, brake pads, shoes, rotors, drums and belts are not covered at any time.
Snow plows, winches and trailer hitches

Glass? OK - for rock dings, but seems like other situations that come from manufacturing issues would need to be covered.
Body and Paint items, including soft trim - seems a little odd, again, for some circumstances
11-16-2013 07:13 PM
Noble
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Originally Posted by mikedboyd
what isn't covered, what falls under the normal wear and maintenance? I know tires, wiper blades, brake pads, batteries ........ light bulbs? upholstery? is there a list?
What Jeff said. Lol
Basically, if its mechanical, its covered. Wear items and maintenance items not covered. Only other stipulation on the Lifetime warranty is it only covers up to NADA retail price for a repair. So if you have a $6000.00 repair and NADA retail is $5000.00, it will only pay $5000.
Nice thing about that is a 15 year old Wrangler with 225k miles can still have that much book! No-brainer if you plan on keeping it!!
11-16-2013 01:01 PM
river rocket Great Info!
11-16-2013 12:51 PM
victor1955
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Originally Posted by RoadiJeff View Post
You might try sending Noble a PM. He might not read this thread.
I did! I just wanted to be sure he got my message one way or the other.
11-16-2013 09:43 AM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by victor1955 View Post
Hey Mike Noble, I need to know the current price for the lifetime extended warranty!
You might try sending Noble a PM. He might not read this thread.
11-16-2013 08:42 AM
victor1955 Hey Mike Noble, I need to know the current price for the lifetime extended warranty! I will be in the market for 2 policies, one for the wife's 2013 Sahara purchased last March and one for my 2014 Polar due to ship this month. Please PM me if you don't want to post the price here on the forum. Thanks, Victor
11-14-2013 12:07 PM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by mikedboyd View Post
what isn't covered, what falls under the normal wear and maintenance? I know tires, wiper blades, brake pads, batteries ........ light bulbs? upholstery? is there a list?
Yes, there's a list: Chrysler Maximum Care Warranty Details
11-14-2013 10:48 AM
mikedboyd what isn't covered, what falls under the normal wear and maintenance? I know tires, wiper blades, brake pads, batteries ........ light bulbs? upholstery? is there a list?
10-30-2013 06:22 PM
aniemyer Just a brief shout out to Mike Noble. Square deal, and he was more than willing to discuss the various coverages and options. Price was terrific, and he'll get my business the next time I need a MOPAR warranty.
10-29-2013 09:12 AM
bones718
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Originally Posted by GregU View Post
Hey Mike,

Just sent you a PM.
mike, sent you one too a couple weeks ago.
10-28-2013 12:10 PM
GregU Hey Mike,

Just sent you a PM.
10-24-2013 07:35 PM
jeeptrail
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Originally Posted by jeeptrail View Post
I just bought a 2014 JKU sport-S. Got the lifetime Max-Care, zero $$ Ded., for $4300, bought through dealership. Warranty work is dealer specific. Two dealers in my area are honest, and willingly do warranty work; Harr Jeep in Worcester, and Lahti's Jeep in Leominster. Mods will void large parts of the extended warranties, beware. I don't plan on modding this newest Jeep, so the warranty will be fully usable all through it. You must do all oil changes, fluid changes, and service, as specified in jeep owner's manual and warranty specs. to keep full coverage.
Newcomb Jeep/Chrysler in Orange MA does warranty work honestly too, based on their reviews. I haven't gone there for service, just to look at Jeeps for sale. Nice, family owned dealership.
10-24-2013 03:38 PM
Ttceccc Mike
How much for my 2013 jkur which is one year old in jam?seven year max with 100. Des
Tom
10-24-2013 01:33 PM
exrub Mike,

I just PM'ed you. Thanks!
10-22-2013 02:14 PM
Noble I cant say. They are controlled by Chrysler and the last price change was late this summer.
10-22-2013 11:47 AM
exrub
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Originally Posted by Noble View Post
The difference between the $0 deduct to $100.00 deduct is almost $1,500.00. 95% of the plans I sell are the $100.00 version.
Feel free to contact me with any questions. We offer a discount to Forum members that is substantial.
Hi, Mike.

How often does the price for the Lifetime MAX Care change? I am looking at around Spring to purchase a Sahara Unlimited.

Thanks!
10-17-2013 04:12 PM
Noble Nope. You can take it to any Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Chrysler dealer. Plan service refers to cancels, refunds or upgrades to the plan itself.
10-16-2013 12:04 PM
KayBee
Question about Lifetime Plan

Hi Mike,
In looking at the plan, I saw this:

"Plan service will be provided or assisted by the Dealer who sold you the Plan, at his place of business,"

Does this mean that if I buy the Lifetime plan from you, I have to bring my Jeep to Kalamazoo, MI for repairs?

Thanks,
KB
10-12-2013 07:50 PM
Noble
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Originally Posted by Eirerogue
Hey Mike, thanks for the PM. Responded and we should be good.
You are good to go! Glad i could help.
10-01-2013 08:05 PM
ADee1
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Originally Posted by jeeptrail View Post
Read the service contract provisions. The service contract specifies that the contract is void if the vehicle is modified. Chrysler Group LLC is a division of Chrysler, under their own rules for this coverage. It's different than the warranty (3yr/36K mi; and longer powertrain warranty) given with each new jeep. Yes, Chrysler may cover you under those 2 warranties, even with a dealership installed lift and big tires. The service contract is an entirely different entity, with no provision for dealership or anyone else's mods being O.K. for continued service contract coverage. If it's not in the contract in writing, it's not enforceable, and you will not win in court. The "service contract" and what it legally must provide, is completely different than the standard new vehicle "warranty".
Well said. I guess if you plan on doing any mods like bigger wheels, tires and a lift I wouldn't buy the extended warranty. OTOH if you plan on keeping the vehicle stock, keeping it a long time and are worried about the left cylinder head acting up after the factory warranty is up it might be worth it. From what I've gathered here I'd probably pass, and put the $$ towards mods.
10-01-2013 07:06 PM
jeeptrail Read the service contract provisions. The service contract specifies that the contract is void if the vehicle is modified. Chrysler Group LLC is a division of Chrysler, under their own rules for this coverage. It's different than the warranty (3yr/36K mi; and longer powertrain warranty) given with each new jeep. Yes, Chrysler may cover you under those 2 warranties, even with a dealership installed lift and big tires. The service contract is an entirely different entity, with no provision for dealership or anyone else's mods being O.K. for continued service contract coverage. If it's not in the contract in writing, it's not enforceable, and you will not win in court. The "service contract" and what it legally must provide, is completely different than the standard new vehicle "warranty".
10-01-2013 05:20 PM
Eirerogue Hey Mike, thanks for the PM. Responded and we should be good.
10-01-2013 04:35 PM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by Old Dogger View Post
Good Morning,

I believe that the odds in Vegas of that happening, are next to none.......
But what is more realistic is the Dealers making high profit margins on these policies.............
Or are they selling these policies just to help out us consumers....

If you are correct, then we all had better send a thank you card off to our Dealers.........
The transmission was just an example of many high dollar repairs that can occur while owning your Wrangler. Even the cost of replacing the uConnect nav system would about cover the cost of a lifetime bumper-to-bumper warranty if purchased though Noble.

They say we have 12 months from the initial purchase to buy it until the price starts going up. I might be getting it for my wife for Christmas, it's her DD.
09-30-2013 11:55 AM
jimmyd I have never been a fan of the extended warranties because I have never used them, however this is what I bought this weekend and learned.
1. If you are going to buy an extended warranty, buy it at the end of the month, they get a bonus if they get X number of them sold - Jeep dealers
2. I bought their Platinum package which is 7 years/100k miles. $100 deductable - I paid $1634, so you you should be able to get the same thing from them if they offer it for used rigs.
09-30-2013 11:37 AM
Old Dogger
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Originally Posted by RoadiJeff View Post
Until someone's transmission goes out after 5 years.
Good Morning,

I believe that the odds in Vegas of that happening, are next to none.......
But what is more realistic is the Dealers making high profit margins on these policies.............
Or are they selling these policies just to help out us consumers....

If you are correct, then we all had better send a thank you card off to our Dealers.........
09-30-2013 11:29 AM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by Old Dogger View Post
Extended warranties are a total waste of hard earned dollars.......
Until someone's transmission goes out after 5 years.
09-30-2013 10:04 AM
Old Dogger Extended warranties are a total waste of hard earned dollars.......
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