Yesterday I took a look at a new Honda Accord. What surprised me was that
the salesman claimed these cars have a lifetime guarantee on engine and
anywhere in the USA (and possibly Canada).
I think this is a bold move in marketing.
Good news is that I just heard that GM will not need the $2 billion it had
to keep it solvent for the month. If this is a sign of strengthening, then
kudos to them.
(It has not relinquished the request for $16 billion in general loans to try
Unlimited if you keep buying the extended warranty at $3000 per year.
Honda Limited Warranty Information
* Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty (years/miles) = 3/36,000.
* Powertrain Limited Warranty (years/miles) = 5/60,000.
* Corrosion Limited Warranty (years/miles) = 5/unlimited.
* Accessory Limited Warranty - All Honda accessories are covered
up to 3 years or 36,000 miles, depending on time of installation.
Its only half as good as a Kia warranty.
I suspect this is true, Knight. They cant give an open ended warranty, in
Everybody is trying to enhance buyers right now.
Fellow I work for (company owner) just bought a Porsche Cayenne, RS Turbo,
for near half of the sticker price. Now is a buyers market, if anyone is in
the mood to buy.
Very true, the deals are plentiful. The most recent (Canadian) GM ad's are
giving away 2 years of Goodwrench service, 3 years of Onstar, and I think XM
Satellite radio, all free with the purchase of a vehicle (though, I can't
recall the exact year amount on them). It's a buyer's market...If you have
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