Good question - here's what Brady @ Irvine Subaru in CA quoted me:
$1391 - 10 year/100,000 Gold Plus w/ $100 deductible
$1591 - 10 year/100,000 Gold Plus no deductible
I opted for the $100 deductible.
My subaru is a 2018 Premium, 4-cylinder.
Not sure glass coverage exists unless manuf defect - no impacts. Double check if it matters. The deductible decision is based on how many claims you expect in the post 3/36 period. I look at it like major medical coverage - have yet to decide if $100 or $0 will be my selection.If zero deductible is only around $200 more, then why are most people choosing the $100 deductible? With all the electronic systems and the windshield cost/fragility, I'm leaning toward zero deductible.
People are hedging they won't have two claims over a 4-6 year period? Or am I missing something else? Thanks
If you are planning on purchasing the Gold Plan Subaru warranty, I would purchase ASAP from Like while he is still selling them at a significant discount.So can I just jump in and ask a question because we didn’t purchase an extended warranty at the time of purchase?
I can actually purchase and add an extended warranty through Subaru BEFORE my 3 years, 36K miles are up? I never thought I would, but reading the forums has me thinking it MIGHT be a good idea.
Now, my particular dealership gave me the lifetime power train, but honestly, with having zero experience with a Subaru, and a mechanic telling me not to buy one because it’s hard to find mechanics in our area to work on them, I’m thinking it might be a good idea to have a full warranty for a while.