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I was wondering... The lease is about up on my 2004 Dodge charger and I am thinking about buying out the lease and getting an extended warranty. I only have 33,000 miles on it. A bumper to bumper warranty is going to cost about 2700. What do you think?

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Barbra Einsohn , Customer Relations Manager  at David McDavid Honda of Irving Dear Luci, Thank you for your inquiry. First, let me say that I would never drive a vehicle without an extended warranty. The peace of mind that an extended warranty brings along with coverage for any unforeseen problems and situations that may come up in the future is something that I would never compromise on. With only 33,000 miles on your 2004 Dodge, you will probably have the car for many years to come. Also, if you decide to sell the vehicle down the road, the Extended Warranty will add value to it as well. So my advice to you is to definitely get the extended warranty. Enjoy your vehicle with peace of mind too. Good luck with your decision!

Jenny Trostel, Partner at Anderson of Hunt Valley That is a fair price for a warranty that will last up to 100,000. Make sure that the service facility that will maintain the car will take the warranty and that you do not have to pay for the repairs up front. Contact another Dodge dealer for a quote on a warranty to see if you are getting a good price. Good Luck!

Jessie L Thatcher, F&I and Sales Specialist at Reynolds and Reynolds Company  (Retired) Be sure to check out to ascertain the current market value of your vehicle so that you don

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