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#21 OFFLINE   GrySql

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Posted 12 February 2015 - 04:15 PM

I've only had one ESP Premium Care Warranty (100k miles), it was for my 2000 Expedition EB 4X4, with every option gizmo Ford had for it.

The ESP paid me back a couple times over, the last $1k repair occurred at 99k miles, just before the Warranty ended. 

That was a complicated vehicle but not nearly as complicated as the FFH.

 

My FFH is at 37k miles now and I am really, really happy to have the best ESP policy they offer.


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#22 OFFLINE   acdii

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Posted 12 February 2015 - 05:51 PM

Same here!


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#23 OFFLINE   thrasher086

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Posted 13 February 2015 - 03:47 PM

I am in the same boat and going to purchase a warranty for my FFH. As of right now, I drive about 10,000 a year so a 8 year/ 100k would be perfect. I am the type of person who feels better knowing if I have an issue, I will not have to worry about what it will cost to get it fix if its 100 bucks or 1000 bucks. To me, there is some value to "piece of mind" when it comes to my car and repairs. I automatically want the premiumcare package due to that.

 

I used to own a Honda Civic which they did not have a deductible on warranties so this is new to me. If something needed to be looked at, I would take it in, mechanics would take a look and they would either say "normal", "can't replicate" or they would fix the issue. It was no cost to me even if they didn't find anything. Now say with Ford I bring my car in and I have a 50 dollar deductible. I tell them that this is making a noise or that isn't working, they take a look and can't find anything but they obviously had to use time to see what I was talking about. Do I still have to pay the 50 bucks? If I do then I will be getting the 0$ deductible to avoid that.



#24 OFFLINE   TonyHzNV

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Posted 13 February 2015 - 06:56 PM

I used to own a Honda Civic which they did not have a deductible on warranties so this is new to me. If something needed to be looked at, I would take it in, mechanics would take a look and they would either say "normal", "can't replicate" or they would fix the issue. It was no cost to me even if they didn't find anything. Now say with Ford I bring my car in and I have a 50 dollar deductible. I tell them that this is making a noise or that isn't working, they take a look and can't find anything but they obviously had to use time to see what I was talking about. Do I still have to pay the 50 bucks? If I do then I will be getting the 0$ deductible to avoid that.

I hate to say it, but that is pretty much up to the dealer. Some will find a way to write it up so you don't pay anything and some will charge you for every minute the car was in the shop. The ones who will charge you for looking are probably the same guys who would charge you to turn Daylight Running Lights (DRL's) on and don't consider Customer Service to be high on their priority list. Those who truly believe in customer service won't charge you because they want you to be happy and come back when you need service, etc. I have both kinds here in Vegas, so needless to say, I go where the customer is king!


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#25 OFFLINE   thrasher086

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Posted 25 February 2015 - 03:05 PM

I decided to go with the $0 deductible premiumcare for 8 years 100k. I got it for $1704. I was told it is only a 50 dollar markup from what Ford charges the dealer. If everyone is looking to get the best deal, you have till March 2nd since the prices will be increasing. 



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Posted 25 February 2015 - 05:39 PM

I decided to go with the $0 deductible premiumcare for 8 years 100k. I got it for $1704. I was told it is only a 50 dollar markup from what Ford charges the dealer. If everyone is looking to get the best deal, you have till March 2nd since the prices will be increasing. 

That price appears to beat Flood Ford online. Well done! :worship:


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Posted 25 February 2015 - 05:54 PM

I decided to go with the $0 deductible premiumcare for 8 years 100k. I got it for $1704. I was told it is only a 50 dollar markup from what Ford charges the dealer. If everyone is looking to get the best deal, you have till March 2nd since the prices will be increasing. 

Where did you get it?


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#28 OFFLINE   thrasher086

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Posted 25 February 2015 - 07:51 PM

It is Flood Ford actually. I just sent emails out to all the main 5-10 ESP sites and had them battle each other. Flood Ford matched what I got from FD-warranty which was the lowest. All the other sites could not even get close or ignored my email. I went with Flood because they honestly went over what it cost them and the second was because I had them for my Honda under Saccucci Honda. They have great customer service.
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