6 years instead of 7 year cpo warranty

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  1. Ricebin

    Ricebin New Member

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    I called rover dealership in Atlanta and the mentioned that their cpo warranty is only 6 years 100000 miles which doesn't seem to match the cpo described on lr website..

    I was curious if anyone else has seen this and if this is still legit?

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    When I bought my CPO LR4 in January 2016, mine was 6 years from the original date of purchase, or 100k miles; whichever is sooner.
     
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    If you read the fine print it is "up to 7 years".
    LR offers you an additional year for purchase for around 3K, over the standard 6year CPO offering.
    I just went through this with my 2017 D5
     
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    Oh your are right
    It is "up" to 7 years
    Do people think it is worth the extra 3k for the extra year?
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    I wouldn't do it unless I expected to put a ton of miles on that 7th year.
     
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    My 6-year CPO just ended on December 31. If had the choice, I wouldn't pay $3k for another year. Of the things that typically go wrong in a 2012 or earlier LR4, I had the biggest ticket items replaced under warranty (timing chain guides, compressor, crossover pipe). In fact, up until the timing chains were done in the middle of December, I figured I was at a net loss if I considered I probably paid $3k more for my LR4 than a comparable one that was not under CPO warranty.
     

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