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    • Robi Light
      Robi Light

      What about on a 2017 gmc Denali 2500hd with 36500 miles should I buy 100000 extended bumper to bumper warranty?

      about 9 hours ago
    • desert4wheeling
      desert4wheeling

      Most people don't realize that the price of an extended warranty and gap insurance IS negotiable. This is where dealers make most of their money. They will often sell a car at cost, but they mark up the prices of warranty and gap. An extended warranty that they sell you for $3500 will sometimes cost the dealer well under $2000. Gap can cost a dealership $200 but will sell it for $1000. Sometimes a dealer just cares about sales volume to get incentives and rebates back from their manufacturer, because these are all the places they really make their money

      about 13 hours ago
    • jonny davis
      jonny davis

      she's gotta be a black woman

      about 1 day ago
    • Chris Coyle
      Chris Coyle

      I was "suckered" into a extended warranty when I bought my 2013 Ford Escape. 4 years later, the transmission failed just after the original manufacturer's warranty expired. I am so glad I got "suckered" into buying that extension, saved me $4000.

      about 1 day ago
    • tilley Schmolph
      tilley Schmolph

      Whats your household income

      about 2 days ago
    • Mike Tindol
      Mike Tindol

      What gets me is that people will gamble on the lottery or casino when the odds are many times against them. But when the odds are in their favor such as extended warranties they don’t want to chance it.

      about 2 days ago
    • Jeff Stanley
      Jeff Stanley

      Bought extended warranty on a Dell computer which kept messing up. They paid several times to send a tech to my house and they could not fix the problem. They replaced the computer. Bought extended warranty on a Canon camera which failed. They gave me back the entire purchase price of over $1000. Bought extended warranty on a Nissan car whose XM radio failed just after the factory included four year warranty. The repair was $200 in parts and 15 hours in labor. I don't know what the labor cost was but we all know it was at least $75 per shop hour. The extended warranty was $3000. So I have got $1325 back out of that now. I believe in warranties.

      about 6 days ago
    • Norman
      Norman

      Generally, extended warranties are free money for the warranty company.
      Why do you think extended warranty companies are calling you non stop? $$$

      about 6 days ago
    • Catt's Box
      Catt's Box

      I used to work for BMW. After 5 years on the dot, everything and anything wrong WILL happen.

      about 7 days ago
    • UR A Meathead
      UR A Meathead

      Back chick = Dumb, make-work feminist job, Lives above her means x5,

      about 8 days ago
    • Jaysingh Mehta
      Jaysingh Mehta

      BMW is like made in China quality...always have minor or major issues..

      about 8 days ago
    • John K
      John K

      I tell sales people that an extended warranty means the car is so unreliable that they want me to buy $500 or a grand in breakdown insurance for it, suggesting that the risk of a loss of umpteen thousand dollars must be pretty high to justify that premium, and maybe I need to look for a more reliable model. Shuts them right up.

      about 9 days ago
    • MURR DOG
      MURR DOG

      FORD = forgot OBVIOUS RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT..cheap recall recall cronies..Detroit ...never again lost monie$$

      about 10 days ago
    • Libertatus in Perpetuum
      Libertatus in Perpetuum

      OMG! A BMW, a rolling money pit! Shoulda bought a Toyota or Lexus.

      about 10 days ago
    • Joe Garofalo II
      Joe Garofalo II

      My life is Murphy's law. If I don't get the warranty I'm gonna need to get a new transmission and cam shaft. If I do buy the warranty, nothing will happen

      about 10 days ago
    • Robert Anthony
      Robert Anthony

      She's probably paid another $25K in repairs since this video. NOT a great car Dave.

      about 10 days ago
    • ysesq
      ysesq

      i always buy manufacturer extended warranties - $4k for 8 yrs is cheap insurance.

      about 10 days ago
    • Jim Finigan
      Jim Finigan

      Extended warranties are a rip-off.

      about 11 days ago
    • Brando Guy
      Brando Guy

      Lol she’s gonna hate that new hot rod

      about 11 days ago
    • Justin Rees
      Justin Rees

      People can’t help themselves. They always borrow to purchase their new car

      about 13 days ago
    • Vivian Ni
      Vivian Ni

      Where does it factor in as prudent to pay $25k for a non-descript, used beemer? Cash-bought or not, da cah ain't wuth it.

      about 13 days ago
    • Kevin Schart
      Kevin Schart

      it's shocking how many people can not grasp what Dave is talking about here? did you all finish highschool?

      about 13 days ago
    • Keith Clark
      Keith Clark

      Love Dave, but I disagree. By using this logic, you don't need insurance.

      about 13 days ago
    • DioguardiAS
      DioguardiAS

      I wish there were long term follow ups on these callers. I'd love to hear 3 years since purchase and 7 years since new, how much she has spent out of pocket for repairs vs the price of the warranty. If you have the money to throw at the car and not think twice about it. God be with you, especially on BMW. If you are on a budget, like 80% of the people that don't live in Dave's Utopian Bubble. Buy a warranty, and protect your purchase. She might want to cancel her collision insurance and health insurance, it's all the same concept now isn't it?

      about 14 days ago
    • Jn L
      Jn L

      She needs warranty to drive a bmw.. I didn’t understand what Dave was trying to say..
      he could have explained it better..

      about 14 days ago
    • Kevin Schart
      Kevin Schart In reply to Jn L

      he's simply saying that the warranty is more expensive than the anticipated repairs. it has to be or else the warranty company would go out of business. they estimate the cost of repairs of a car for the next 6 years and then charge you that amount x 8.

      example: if expected repairs (based on statistical analysis) over the next 6 years are $1,000, the warranty company will sell you that insurance for $8,000. They get to cover the cost of repairs and keep the extra $7k. They will pay bills and take a profit out of the $7k. this is how all insurance works.

      In that example you would've been better off keeping a repair fund of $1,000 instead of paying $8k to the warranty company. Make sense?

      People like warranties because they don't have to responsible for saving money, but that laziness and lack of discipline is really expensive. Life insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, and auto liability insurance protect you from catastrophes that could ruin you. most other insurance/warranties are a waste of money.

      about 13 days ago
    • TheGP
      TheGP

      Scotty Kilmer May not think that car is all that great. He been a mechanic for 52 years and worked on a lot of bimmers

      about 14 days ago
    • flynomo
      flynomo

      BMW: Buy the warranty or take the car back and buy a Toyota.

      about 18 days ago
    • TechNoirTV
      TechNoirTV

      This was terrible advice, she bought a used BMW not a lexus, the car WILL break. Now, the girl sounded like a pseudo intellectual who probably didn't read the fine print of the warranty, but assuming they actually do cover all issues, she's gonna need all the warranty she can get for that money pit.

      about 18 days ago
    • Steph 3Sport
      Steph 3Sport

      Best advise: Take a holistic view of all warranties and never buy any.... any.... You got to go in 100% on this. You will come out way ahead. Yes, at some point some device will ultimately fail that a warranty would of fixed, but odds are greatly in your favor that is you have never purchased ANY warranties, ,you will come out way ahead. Don't compromise on this. Ignore the plan on electronics, cars, tools, homes, etc. Ignore them all and you still come out way ahead.

      about 18 days ago
    • tyson vance
      tyson vance

      Dave Dave Dave I love 99% of your advice but telling someone a BMTROUBLEU is a good car is terrible advice!!

      about 19 days ago