Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Springfield, Mo
I think they have changed a lot lately. I work with them everyday, being a GM dealer Service Manager. Just have to watch the coverages, and read some of the fine print.. Comprehensive coverages are the best to get if it is offered, only way to get all the electronics covered. Powertrain warranties out there only cover internal items in differentials and transmissions and engines. Look for things like do they pay diagnostic charges with repair, do they replace with new or used parts.. believe it or not some companies use used parts they ship to the dealer. Do they cover all fluids. Most GM dealers will still sell you a GMPP warranty, just have to go to a GM dealer. They have after market too. They will make you pay for an inspection on the car to look for any "pre-existing conditions" and then they will sell you the warranty. That is typically the best way to get the most coverage. Hope that helps. If need more info send me a PM. and maybe you can call me here at work and I can give you more information.
2010 Camaro 2SS/RS 6spd 426hp
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