Originally Posted by michaeltucker01
My 6 month warranty on my 2010 550 XP is coming due and I was wondering if I should go for the extended warranty. The prices were $300 for 6 extra months and 600 for 18 extra months. The 6 months is out because I is going to be winter soon and with the amount of snow we usually get it the snow will be too deep in December, January, and February. So that is half the 6 months would be spent sitting in the shed. So this leaves the only real option as the 18 extra month's
I personally pay $1,200 for 5 years bumper to bumper polaris extended warranty without milages limit.
Bumper to bumper sounds pretty good, but I'd still like to
see/know what (if any) exclusions there could be.
Bumper to bumper to me sounds like it should cover a bulb
Regarding price, even though $1,200 may seem like a lot of money, if you
divide price per month in regards to ZEUS & michaeltucker01's costs per month of coverage,
the $1,200 is the better (as I see it).
$300 divided by 6 months = $50 a month.
$600 divided by 18 months = $33.33 a month.
$1,200 divided by 60 months = $20 a month.
So even @ 2 times the 18 month cost, you get an
additional 24 months coverage.
It's good to have what's covered on paper, but depending
on who's interpretation of the warranty of what actually gets
covered is another story
Just for conversation's sake