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    1. 09-21-2007 03:52 PM #26
      there is about 7 oif them from Va to Me

    2. 09-21-2007 05:41 PM #27
      so basically you have access to other dealers' inventory?

    3. 09-21-2007 05:45 PM #28
      depending on where the vehicle is! From Va-CT I do not charge to retreive the vehicle! Anywhere lese, we need to talk transportation costs!

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      09-21-2007 10:05 PM #29
      Quote, originally posted by 10 year vet »
      There are just 5 2006 V10's left in the country and they are all located up east! My deal would be $8,000 under dealer invoice on these 2006's!

      How about 07 V10's. how many left in the country? How many left in the state of Texas?
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    5. 09-22-2007 09:21 AM #30
      How about 07 V10's. how many left in the country? How many left in the state of Texas?

      There are 41 2007's left in the country! 1 left in the state of TX

    6. 09-22-2007 09:52 AM #31
      Chris, this is close to what my dealer quoted.
      Does this have to be bought before the 4year period runs out?...because I am close to getting there and may want to buy the warranty and buy out my Egg.
      PS:Only problem is VWOA quoted me 7.89% buyout-financing and I may go to a local credit union or bank where rates are much lower.

    7. 09-22-2007 10:03 AM #32
      The extended service contract has to be purchased while the vehicle is still under the new car factory warranty whether it be time or miles! 4 yrs or 50k

    8. 09-22-2007 01:15 PM #33
      Quote, originally posted by 10 year vet »
      The Platinum covers all that and the rest of the entire car w/ the exception of this:
      brake linings,brake drums and rotors,disc brake pads,std trans clutch components,air bags,solar powered devices,hinges, glass, lenses,sealed beams,trim moldings,door handles, lock cylinders,tires, batteries, light bulbs,upholstery, paint,bright metal,freeze plugs,heater and radiator hoses,exhaust systems,shock absorbers,audio,security or other systems not factory installed, work such as front end alignment or wheel balancing, constant velocity joint boots, safety restraint systems,cellular phones,electronis transmitting devices{except those specifically listed under silver, gold, or gold plus coverage},radar detectors,appliances,near object avoidance systemand all oither laser radar cruise control components, vinyl and convertible tops.
      Thank You for your time.

      Thanks for all your support here.
      When the warranty says "shock absorbers" are NOT covered, does this include the air suspension components at each wheel on cars with the air suspension?
      Thanks in advance for your help.

    9. 09-22-2007 01:51 PM #34
      I have spoken to the warranty company and the air ride components are covered. The shock absorber is NOT!

    10. 09-22-2007 02:00 PM #35
      What is the difference between the 06 and 07 V10. Seems that the 06 had a higher MSRP...from what I have researched it seems that the 06 was fully loaded and the 07 had a base model you could add options to. Is that correct?

    11. 09-22-2007 02:06 PM #36
      You are correct in your research.
      opotion for option, here is the differnece between a 2006 and a 2007:
      2007 has:
      Power rear liftgate
      Xenons that move w/ the angle
      Push button start/stop

    12. 09-23-2007 03:07 PM #37
      My wife has 2004 V8 with 33K miles on it that will be off the warranty in October. We are researching the available options since we plan on keeping it for 2-3 more years.
      When will 7year warranty expire if we buy it now and can we get it with 70K miles instead of 100K?

    13. 09-24-2007 01:56 PM #38
      You can wait until Oct or buy it now. Either way, my price is the same and either way, your warranty would start as of Jan 2004 so it would go until Jan 2010.
      Yes, you can choose the 7yr or 70k vs the 7yr or 100k. This will save you significantly!
      7yr or 70k Platinum w/ std $100 deductible
      $1156 + 6% PA tax=$1225.36 TOTAL

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      09-24-2007 03:40 PM #39
      Hi Chris....
      Do Extended Warranties typically not cover "Diagnosis" of a problem? Does the VW Warranty cover "Diagnosis" of a problem?
      I have an Extended Warranty from National Warranty Corp., and I am being told by my Dealer's Service Department that it does not include any costs for "Diagnosis" even though "Diagnosis" is not listed as an exclusion or an item "Not Covered".

    15. 09-24-2007 03:51 PM #40
      The VW RealDriver does INCLUDE the diagnosis charge if it is a covered item from the extended service contract!
      In other words, when you come into our dealership w/ a check engine light on, we do have a $98 diagnosis fee to the client, however, if the diagnosis is covered, you are no longer held to the $98 charge.

    16. 09-24-2007 10:25 PM #41
      Chris, this means 25 months, correct? Just want to be absolutely clear
      What are the other plans that are available? It would be really nice if I can get 3 years of warranty with the lower mileage - I do not see my wife driving more then she does already

    17. 09-24-2007 11:10 PM #42
      Quote, originally posted by 10 year vet »
      Yes, you can choose the 7yr or 70k vs the 7yr or 100k. This will save you significantly!
      7yr or 70k Platinum w/ std $100 deductible
      $1156 + 6% PA tax=$1225.36 TOTAL

      Could you tell me what the additional cost would be to go to a $0 deductible on the 7/70 plan?

    18. 09-25-2007 01:17 PM #43
      The $50 deductible is an additional $270 + tax
      The $0 deductible is an additional $325 + tax

    19. 09-25-2007 01:19 PM #44
      please email me at CFarnham@VWofLanghorne.com
      and I will go over the many different plans that may work for you!

    20. 09-25-2007 09:41 PM #45
      I am looking at buying a 2002 Jetta TDI with 144k miles. It is in great shape, can I still purchase an extended warranty?

    21. 09-26-2007 01:29 PM #46
      Good luck w/ your new car! Unfortunately, I cannot help w/ this one!

    22. 09-26-2007 11:52 PM #47
      Went back to the dealer today and asked why he was charging $2600 for the platinum service. Here is his repsonse: Warranty prices are regulated and mandated by the state and therefore price is not negotiable.
      I requested a cancellation form, filled it out and I purchase the same exact warranty with the 7 year platinum plan from Chris at VW of Langhorn and save $1000
      I feel like I just saved tons of money by switching to Geico!!!
      Thanks Chris, you rock! [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Maybe I should thank the state of Pennsylvania too.

    23. 10-07-2007 04:48 PM #48
      Chris is there any place online where we can read about this, to find out about exact coverage and pricing and payment options. And how it's reimbursed ( if so ).
      I'm planing on an extended warranty purchase in the next few weeks ( '04 Passat TDI with 45,000 mi ) and would like to get some payment options, and like I said, find out how coverage is handled at the dealer, about rental cars, and some other details. I'd certainly like to work with you but don't want to bug ya with too many questions.

    24. 10-09-2007 06:53 PM #49
      If you send me your email, I can send you a PDF file of the back of the contract!

    25. 10-16-2009 03:15 PM #50
      New to the forum. Just bought a 2010 TDi wagon here in Canada. They want $3400 cdn for the 7yr 140K km extended warranty. wondering if you sell your policy to Canadians.

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