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Old 12-30-2018, 09:25 AM   #31
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Hilldweller,



I 100% understand your point of view, there are several of avenues that are available.

We have a Alternate Transportation Plus thats available for 2008 model year and newer for vehicles with no more than 125,000 miles. This plan will give you up to 5 days of rental or cover first day rental. So basically the same terms as the service contract. Or you could go with a Customer Convenience Package or Motoring Assistance Package.



Customer Convenience:

Roadside

Towing

Firstday rental

Rental Allowance

Trip Interruption

Road Hazard



Motoring Assistance Package:

Roadside

Towing

Firstday rental

Rental Allowance

Trip Interruption

Key Fob Repair/Replacement



Just to throw some ideas out there for those that are over 100K and 2008 and new..



**The plans listed above only apply to vehicles that are 2008 model year and newer with no more than 125,000 miles**





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Maybe Jeep Cares, cares to know that if this is the case than my Jeep will be traded in, for a Subaru, and I will never buy a CDJR product again.

Perhaps we are ourselves guilty of not reading the fine print but we were sold a bill of lies from the salesman who trumped this maxcare up.

It seems to me that they dont want people to keep their vehicles beyond 100,000 miles. They dont actually want you to be able to get your old car fixed. No no, just trade it on in for a new and improved $55,000 JL Sport S!

...and sign here for the extended warranty.

gotta go, Subaru is calling. Its been real.




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Old 12-30-2018, 10:19 AM   #32
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If you think you will be happy in a Subaru after all the miles in a Jk, go for it.

Once I took my Ram in for a recall and they said they would shuttle me home and pick me up later. Just 19 miles. Till I told them that due to traffic it's almost an hour drive. They changed their mind quick.

It's the golden rule,,, them that has the gold makes the rules.

Funny how they push these extended warranty then when you use it they do all they can to void it. I remember when you got 12 months or 12K miles and that was it.
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Old 12-31-2018, 07:06 AM   #33
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In my case, this is 100% false. I have had a number of issues covered by the MaxCare Warranty with no hesitation whatsoever. And that includes a dealership near my office as well as one near my home. Exclusions to the contract a clearly identified, and actually are surprisingly few.

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Funny how they push these extended warranty then when you use it they do all they can to void it.
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Old 12-31-2018, 07:21 AM
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Maybe Jeep Cares, cares to know that if this is the case than my Jeep will be traded in, for a Subaru, and I will never buy a CDJR product again.

Perhaps we are ourselves guilty of not reading the fine print but we were sold a bill of lies from the salesman who trumped this maxcare up.

It seems to me that they dont want people to keep their vehicles beyond 100,000 miles. They dont actually want you to be able to get your old car fixed. No no, just trade it on in for a new and improved $55,000 JL Sport S!

...and sign here for the extended warranty.

gotta go, Subaru is calling. Its been real.
My wife's car was getting long in the tooth and it was time to replace it last month.
Looked around at all of what she likes (small, nimble, efficient) and guess what FCA doesn't sell anymore?

I never in my life had stepped foot in a KIA dealership. I was offended by the acronym, coming from a military family.
But guess what's in the garage? I swapped out the badges to the Korean badge though. Not offensive.

I don't fit in the JL anyhow; no matter how I adjust the seat I hit my head. Not sure what I'll be getting when the JK's wheels fall off.
I sure do fit in that Range Rover diesel though. Wonder how they do it?
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My wife's car was getting long in the tooth and it was time to replace it last month.

Looked around at all of what she likes (small, nimble, efficient) and guess what FCA doesn't sell anymore?



I never in my life had stepped foot in a KIA dealership. I was offended by the acronym, coming from a military family.

But guess what's in the garage? I swapped out the badges to the Korean badge though. Not offensive.



I don't fit in the JL anyhow; no matter how I adjust the seat I hit my head. Not sure what I'll be getting when the JK's wheels fall off.

I sure do fit in that Range Rover diesel though. Wonder how they do it?


Hopefully its a Stinger GT


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Hopefully its a Stinger GT
Yeah, ummm, they're all the rage in the Atlanta Hood these days.
Too big for the garage (our teardrop takes the lion's share), not small, not nimble. The Stinger is the new Chrysler 300 pimpmobile.
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The Koreans make a great product now. I drive a Genesis G80 Sport. I get looks and comments every time I drive it. Best bang for the buck in its class.


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