Yes, just like buying flood insurance for desert property when data for the last 40 years shows that your chance of recuperating the insurance money on warranty claims is 0.00001%I agree with hal2.
Buying ext warranty is a personal financial decision.
I went to their website and Jake Jones does not appear on their website staff listing, but you can try contacting one of the sales managers/consultants to see if they can get you that pricing.
What do you mean? This looks like an official Mazda site:Does anyone know why Mazda removed the Extended Confidence warranty from their site?
It looks like since Toyota started handling the financing, that they changed the ext warranty. The old Extended Confidence ones straight up extended the original warranties. These new plans have lots of exclusions that the old ones didn't.
So you get $1M worth of coverage across all types of scenarios (home, auto, liability, injuries, property damage, lawsuits) for $200/yr.For example, I have a $1,000,000 Umbrella insurance policy that would cover me over the limits on my car and home owners insurance. Probably not, but for a little more than $200 per year premium I'm happy.
I'm also happy paying $1,600 for coverage on my power everything and infotainment system.