get one from Chrysler financial if they are still selling them. they cover
most everything and are pretty good to their customers.
if they don't sell them anymore, go with fidelity or mercury. they are also
I would say you don't need one right now but get one before your factory one
I've had several. The ones purchased directly from Chrysler though
the dealership have always worked out and although somewhat costly
have paid for more than their cost over its duration.
On another new Chrysler vehicle I was frugal and purchased an
independent warranty which the dealer's service mgr stated they worked
with. That company went bankrupt after about 1 year of coverage.
So, based on my personal experience, go with the genuine Chrysler
extended. I know some prefer to bank money to cover any costs of
repair. But there is something nice about "no worries".
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