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Old 04-26-2013, 01:00 AM
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hey i just purchased a new jeep wrangler rubicon unlimited, and bought the bumper to bumper warranty, i can get a refund for the warranty right, also things like gap insurance etc?

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hey i just purchased a new jeep wrangler rubicon unlimited, and bought the bumper to bumper warranty, i can get a refund for the warranty right, also things like gap insurance etc?
You can cancel your extended warranty at anytime & get prorated refund...Not sure about the gap insurance...

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I personally would not cancel GAP coverage. I got bit once by not having it and had to come up with $4500 out of my pocket that I would rather have been able to use toward a down payment on the replacement.
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gap insurance is a must. not overly expensive, either.
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Do not cancel gap. I had to pay off a vehicle that was stolen. Sucks making payments on something u don't have.
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Gap insurance is not needed in all cases. If you've negotiated a decent discount off the MSRP, had a large dollar trade-in and maybe put some additional cash down then the current value of your Jeep exceeds your loan balance and there's no gap to deal with.
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:34 PM
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although i bought the jeep this week it would just be a pro rated not the full ammount? and also is mopar essential worth it for oil changes?
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although i bought the car this week it would just be a pro rated not the full ammount? and also is mopar essential worth it for oil changes?
Not a car. First and last warning sir
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:56 PM
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:P well jeep, then, also one last question since i was purchasing the jeep half asleep i let the lie to me, although i forgot i was promised 2.9% already by salesman in email, they were like "all i approved for was 4.99" and using sly terms then offered to lower it if i got the mopar lifetime warranty (which cost 3.5k) to 2.99, they cant change my rate or anything because i paperwork says they cant change it now, but besides that, i would still only get a pro rated since my purchase was two days ago? and also i paid for the "mopar essentials" (oil changes) the one idk that cost 900 bucks, should i just return that too, and change my own oil?
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Ya especially since the oil changes at my dealer are only like $30 and I don't think your gonna need 30 oil changes for at least 4-5-6 years lol that and some dealers actually throw in free
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then offered to lower it if i got the mopar lifetime warranty (which cost 3.5k)
You can buy the Chrysler Maximum Care lifetime warranty for less than $2,300 online. See if you can get a refund on that one and buy it from chryslerwarrantys.com

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