So do i get money back for buying the 10y/100k lol i know i wont just thought it was funny
I like my CVT a LOT, much better than a regular automatic tranny. But, they are relatively new and I was concerned that it might have problems, that is why I got the extended warranty.I must be lucky. I know lots of Subaru owners and none of them have ever had a single problem. If you ever get a chance to ride a Snowmobile you will realize just how much potential a CVT has. Instant peak power at any speed is a lot of fun. Just remember, people hated fuel injection at one time and ABS brakes when they first came out.
meh still weak. Thats only 20k extra protection on it should be 10/150 if you got an extended. They probably just know the probability of failure is high after 100k and costs would go upAll depends on how you look at it...you get the following:
10 year/100K miles warranty of the CVT
If you bought an extended warranty, and your purchased warranty is less than 100K miles of coverage (say a 5/80), your CVT will be warranted UP TO 100K miles or 10 years.
Not "weak" at all @hockeykid53. With all of the technology in these cars...infotainment, ES, etc...to me, personally, I would never not buy the extended warranty. My purchase of the warranty actually had ZERO to do with the CVT and was all about the tech items in the car. Remember that the extended Gold Plus is an extension of your 3/36 bumper to bumper and, IMPO, the cost is negligible and can be spread out over 10 months interest free to help make it more affordable to those that cannot afford the initial lump sum payment.
What do you mean "alignment"? We had an alignment issue right off the bat and they realigned the car for free. As I look back on this, I realize that they downplayed the alignment issue. What is up with this?Just received the 10/100,000 extended CVT warranty on our 17 Forester.
We have already had the 'bad battery' and 'alignment' (dealer found during their safety inspection) problems with this vehicle. Today was an AC failure and required a condenser replacement.
The dealer said there was an alignment problem when car went in for Oil Change/Tire Rotation and you get One Free Alignment. If the problem persists it will be Lemon Law...What do you mean "alignment"? We had an alignment issue right off the bat and they realigned the car for free. As I look back on this, I realize that they downplayed the alignment issue. What is up with this?
We got one for our Forester that said 2016/2017, and today one for the Impreza that said 2018.Got a letter today regarding my 2018 Impreza CVT. 10 years/100000 miles. The letter said it applied to all 2018 Subaru models.