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Unread 09-21-2007, 12:00 PM   #46
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If the Toyota Prius had decent ground clearance and - imo- less obnoxious styling,
it would qualify in my book. There are a lot of them around where I live, and people seem to like them. (I hope this doesn't qualify as thread-snatching).


Rav-who? CR-what? Arizona-where?
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Unread 09-02-2008, 12:56 PM   #47
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My 08 came with a lifetime power train warranty, as well as the normal 36/36 bumper to bumper.

I just check and they are asking a little under $2100 for the max plus coverage with $100 deductable lifetime.

What that coverage still does not cover is ware items, and items damages due to use/misuse, and normal servicing.

It's an insurance policy, and just like any other insurance company they are in business to make a profit. They've run the number, and know as an average they are going to make money on the deal. If your hard on your Jeep or you expect to keep it 10 plus years, then it would be a good deal for you.

Some of the parts not covered by the lifetime power train coverage can get rather expensive, but I'm sure within a few years aftermarket company will have them available
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Unread 09-08-2008, 10:52 AM   #48
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Hi Southwindphoto-

I worked with these Chrysler Service Contracts for over 20 years and understand them very well. This is not an insurance policy. It is a mechanical component service contract back by Chrysler LLC. We have been in this busines since 1979. You may want to go down to Flagler and ask them about purchasing the contract locally.
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