Those are very good prices, it seems to me. Nothing wrong with savings a few hundred clams; OTOH, nothing to get overly excited about, either.Folks, Frank just got back to me and quoted the following for the Porsche Safeguard warranty . No exclusions except for wear & tear and trim.
120 months / 100k miles
$100 (non disappearing) deductible : $6,345
$250 deductible : $5,567
There is no sales tax in MD
Warranty for 2017 Turbo is more expensive than GTS or S.
He used my VIN to verify.
Frank is ~$1,000 cheaper than Porsche Boston but Frank requires full payment (ouch!) where Porsche Boston has a 2 year payment plan. That privilege would cost me ~$42/mth
Decisions, decision.....(Jeopardy tune)
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As I noted in post 81 (page 5), I paid about $300 more for my 120 mo/100K mile/$250 deductible Safe-Guard policy, a few months ago, at my local dealership. And that dealership is not noted for bargains (as a search of my posts on 20K, 30K, and 40K service costs will reveal).
Also, for folks who decide to go with Safe-Guard and with its $100 --> $0 deductible, a reminder that this particular deductible "disappears" only when a claim is performed at the selling dealership. So if that's your choice of deductibles, here's a case where it may be of value to deal locally (assuming that a local dealership participates in the Porsche/Safe-Guard sales).
In my case, I decided to deal locally, even though I went with the $250-doesn't-matter-non-disappearing deductible. It wasn't that bad a quote, and -- rightly or wrongly -- I decided to let them make some money in the hopes of furtherance of good will. For instance, three-some years ago, I did NOT order our Macan from them, but by now I think I have a good relationship with the service department, at least.