How many has it and have you ever used it ?
Way to many of the “ extended warranties” are crap. Just another money generator for the OEM or aftermarket. IF you cant do any mechanical ,electrical, or electronic diagnostics or repairs, then you may want to get the OEM extended warranty ( I never would or have). Plus the extended (5) yrs warranty started the day you bought the bike, not an additional 5 yrs. like it makes you think it is. So you just paid for the first (2) yrs of free warranty as part of that (5) yr contract. What a bunch of crooks.
I also have the 84 month. It was presented as a 5 year extension and that is EXACTLY what it is.Exactly, done of that is told to you or presented when they ask you to buy it. And 100% the service contract starts immediately so you are paying 5 years but only getting three.
I also have the 84 month. It was presented as a 5 year extension and that is EXACTLY what it is.
Ive read the fine print and Im comfortable with it.
I NEVER buy extended anything, but with the high cost of parts on these bikes I felt it was worth it.
This is NOT the same plan that the dealer tried to shove down your throat at time of purchase.
If someone wants to dispute the longevity of it, here you go.
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As long as it is through the manufacturer it's a good warranty. Don't waste your money on the third party crap that dealers try yo push. They're making a killing on the kickbacks they get from these crooks.
No. I BOUGHT 5 years additional giving me a TOTAL of 7 years. Thats how Indian presented it to me. There were no tricks. Its not 3rd party either. Polaris backs it FOR THEMSELVES with an Insurance plan. This is a very common practice.99% of dealers tell you that the "extended warranty" is good for 84 months which misleads people to think 7 years. 84 divided by 12 = 7 years not 5. Most do not tell you that the service contract starts the day you by it. So if you buy the bike and the service contract the same day, the service contract starts the same day. So after the 2 year warranty, you have burned through 2 years of the service contract. So yea you got the 5 year extended service contract for the price of 7. As long as you are happy with it, good for you.
Read the top page for discription of terminology used. It clearly states that Polaris is the direct party and ttey purchase an Insurance plan to cover them. This is common practice.Here is the fine print for those who want the fine print
No. I BOUGHT 5 years additional giving me a TOTAL of 7 years. Thats how Indian presented it to me. There were no tricks. Its not 3rd party either. Polaris backs it FOR THEMSELVES with an Insurance plan. This is a very common practice.
So, doing the math, I paid $1900 for the additional 5 years. That's $380 per year, or $31.67 per month.
It covers: Engine AND Components, Transmission AND Components, Electrical (Including Electronics) and the Chassis and frame. Only excluded items that are normal wear and tear like brakes and tires.
I have my contract on my phone and I can find it but when I go to upload it here, I cant find the folder. Working on it, so others can see.