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Hi All,
I'm trading in my 05 LE KC for an 08 LE CC long bed in a month. I'm planning on keeping this one for a while and was pondering whether to purchase an extended warrantee from the dealer or one of the "aftermarket" ones you see advertized here every once in a while. I know the dealer makes a killing on selling these things and the price has got to be better buying from another source.

Have any of you gone with a non dealer extended warrantee? Is the service as good or does it make no differece where you bought it?

Any input would be appreciated.

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Buy the Nissan factory warranty. Too many aftermarket companies go out of business and you're screwed when you have a break down. There is a huge mark up on them. I got the Nissan 5 year 100,000 mile policy for $1050.00. They showed me the carbon copies prior to mine and some paid as much as $1900 for the exact same policy.

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Vlady said:
I know the dealer makes a killing on selling these things
the aftermarket insurer does as well.....still a better idea to get the warranty through your dealer though
 

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Good point. This dealer has been very good to me as well, so I might as well give them the business.

Thanks for the input. It's much appreciated.


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Even if the after market company doesn't go out of business, alot of mechanics won't honor certain waranty companies because they have such a hard time getting their money from them. Your smart for going with the extended factory warranty.
 

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yea factory warranty is the best bet, my factory warranty is now gone as of a week or so ago. i talked to a salesman that worked at my toyota dealer and went to nissan and hes is gonna help me get it a little cheaper.
 

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Most dealers are selling aftermarket extended warranties anyway. I have paperwork that states I can get most of the money back if I don't use it. That's a good thing if you upgrade after a few years.
 
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