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  1. BD997

    BD997 Karting

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    #1 BD997, Aug 9, 2005
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    Hey guys.... im new on this forum and live in the Boston area. I currently own a Porsche 997 but was a ferrari owner back in 2000 ( Had the 3rd 360 Modena in Boston Area back in late 1999 that I purchased from Ferrari of New England.) My question is about the warranty on a used 360... lets say I bought a 2003 cpe with 1500k... Is the factory warranty still good?..Is there an extended warranty I can purchase through Ferrari? Appreciate all your inputs... Thanks again!
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  3. India Whiskey Charlie

    India Whiskey Charlie Formula Junior

    May 24, 2001
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    The factory warranty is 3 years / unlimited miles from the date the car was first delivered. There are also a few extended factory warranty plans, but they would have to be purchased before the original warranty period ends.

    Click here for more info: http://www.ferraripower.com/POWER/index.asp
     
  4. BD997

    BD997 Karting

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    great thanks!! lots of info... But no prices on the "POWER" which is probably the one I will need... anyone have an idea of prices to purschase the "power" warranty?
     
  5. 911Fan

    911Fan Formula 3

    Apr 15, 2004
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    Don't recall the exact numbers but it's in the thousands per year. And that's after you pay thousands more for an initial service which they require to make it warrantable.

    Assuming you have confidence in the car's maintenance history and take good care of it, the extra warranty is hard to justify, imo. Especially if it's a stick.
     
  6. SrfCity

    SrfCity F1 Veteran

    Nov 1, 2003
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    Right. It'll run you about $7K after you do the required belt change. If you have a good car it's better to save that $7K for anything that may come up.
     
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  8. BD997

    BD997 Karting

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    thanks guys!
     
  9. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

    Apr 7, 2004
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    Hi Viken, You can purchase a certified preowned warranty after the original warranty runs out. The car in question must be sold through a factory authorized dealer, all sevices completed as detailed by FNA, and must pass a 101 point inspection by dealer.
     
  10. exoticalex

    exoticalex Formula Junior

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    It's not cheap.. but if you want peace of mind, then go for it!
     
  11. LouB

    LouB Formula 3

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    I paid $6K for two years plus the upfront service and belt change which was about $4K. It is transferrable if you sell the car within the coverage period.
     
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  13. BD997

    BD997 Karting

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    how many miles and what year was your car when you purchased warranty? and do you think it was worth it? thanks lou
     

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