Dealer told $840 for 4 yrs and I can get before the 6 month warranty expires! I will see if they will deal on that price.
That's reasonable!!!! I will entertain that.Dealer told $840 for 4 yrs and I can get before the 6 month warranty expires! I will see if they will deal on that price.
Thanks! It just goes without saying, a new model, no matter how well it's engineered will have some type of problem eventually. Just look st the overheating the PoPo turbo is having. Until units have "real world" testing, you never know.Hollywood I have to agree. That's very reasonable for four years of coverage.
I think it depends on the dealers, and manufacturers.Dealers are more and more not excepting aftermarket non-OEM warranties.
Roll with Yamaha.
If it's through Yamaha, it's a no brainer for me too. That is cheap insurance on a $20k+ machine. It's kind of like a winch...it's a tough pill to swallow, but the first time you need it, it pays for itself and them some. Hopefully, you'll never need it.Yamaha covers their watercraft through YES program it's authentic yamaha OEM warranty, no third party.
If it's genuine yamaha warranty.. then it's worth getting IMO $840 for 4 years, so you should get 4.5 years total warranty, that's $15.55/mo .. peanuts... yamaha parts (not including service) is historically EXPENSIVE as hell.