Best Place to Buy ESP for 2018 GT350

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My factory warranty is about to expire, so I would like to buy an ESP before I hit 36 months. Is Flood Ford still the best place to buy an extended warranty?

I am looking for 6 year coverage with as little miles as possible. My car has 2800 miles and I do not expect to put more than 1000-2000 a year on it.





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anderson-koch i have found the best prices with flood 2nd best...
Thanks for the suggestion. I just compared Anderson and Koch with Flood Ford for my car, and their prices are exactly the same for the time frame and miles. :) (7 years, 36,000 miles Premium Care)

Zeigler Ford was another name I heard about on the Raptor forum, but they were several hundred dollars more for the same coverage.
 

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I have a current in place Flood Ext. warranty that expires in Oct. this year. Their site does not offer any additional “extentions” ...
Any offer a second purchase while first ext. warranty is in place ?
 
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I have a current in place Flood Ext. warranty that expires in Oct. this year. Their site does not offer any additional “extentions” ...
Any offer a second purchase while first ext. warranty is in place ?
That is a great question and is the main reason I am looking at 7 years instead of only 5 or 6. The cost of adding a couple of years up front is much less than having to buy a whole new ESP after the first one expires. I have not heard of someone adding more years, so please let us know if you find a way to do it.

With the 36,000 miles plans, the more years you buy, the cheaper it is per year up to the maximum of 8 years. Since the ESP is transferable, even if I do not keep the car another 4 years, it will be a good incentive for potential buyers.
 
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i am planning on getting the 8yr/36k/$0 deduct plan. main question is whether to go premium or not...
Any reason not to go premium on our cars? I was planning on buying premium and adding the first day car rental ($0) and the light bulb replacement ($0), but doing the $50 deductible.
 

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Any reason not to go premium on our cars? I was planning on buying premium and adding the first day car rental ($0) and the light bulb replacement ($0), but doing the $50 deductible.
only reason not to get premium is cost. otherwise it's the way to go...
 

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What kind of price are you being quoted for the 8yr/36k plan? I just started inquiring at my local dealer about ESP plans.
 

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What kind of price are you being quoted for the 8yr/36k plan? I just started inquiring at my local dealer about ESP plans.
$1610 through flood Ford with $0 deductible, which is $60 higher than prices last calendar year. (Assuming car is less than 12 months old. Between 12-36 it’s $1710)

edit: Anderson Koch is $60 cheaper.
 
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What kind of price are you being quoted for the 8yr/36k plan? I just started inquiring at my local dealer about ESP plans.
Check out their websites and you can see all of their pricing. Your local dealer will rarely have the best price unless you force them to match one of the online dealers. There is no difference between what you buy online and your local dealer, so get them to match it or buy it online.
 

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What kind of price are you being quoted for the 8yr/36k plan? I just started inquiring at my local dealer about ESP plans.
i paid $1495 for an 8/36/0 premium from anderson and koch. wasnt gonna mess around and not have the maximum level of coverage to save a couple hundred bucks on an 80k car with nothing but expensive parts.
 

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