TFS doesn't offer an "upgrade", so to speak. The only option they give us is to cancel your current plan and purchase another plan. I can help you with that if you want. Please email me @ [email protected] to get more info. Thanks!slickracer said:I know I'm late on this post, but any idea what it would cost to upgrade a 7/75 to 8/75. 2008 LE exactly 2 years old today with 13,500 miles.
William - Congrats on your new Sienna!wtzouris said:Doug, I've never bought an extended warranty before. Just purchased a 2011 XLE FWD from Rockland Toyota in NY and I turned down any warranties... I was just too nervous to buy at the point of sale..
So I traded in a 2006 LE with 71k miles and I had no problems... But that car had no options.
I was advised that the Timing belt/ water pump/ service at 90 k was going to cost $1200 -1400.
MY 2011 XLE has a lot of electronics.
1. Does the Platinum Warranty cover timing belt replacement and the associated other things like water pump?
2.What about having to go to the dealer to re- initialize my TPMS sensors twice a year? (I change to winter tires/wheels with compatible in- wheel sensors from Tire Rack). But I am told I have to go to the dealer because the car can only store the RFID for 4 sensors at a time...
3. What about 0-W20 Synthetic Oil changes, and how often would you do them on a 2011 XLE?
Maybe it is easier to outline what isn't covered...... (Tires, obviously)
In addition to his informative posts, Doug also supports this forum financially for each contract he sells to members, so how about supporting this great resource? The best part is that you have until just before 3 years/36k miles to decide, so you can save your money now and hit Doug later.SeanY said:...this is perfect info I needed to bring with me to the dealer.