Originally Posted by ///Macht
If you plan on bringing your car in every time there's a foreign noise in the cabin, don't expect an extended warranty to be much help. With a factory warranty, you can bring it in any time something sounds or feels off. If you're constantly bringing it in to have little things done that can wait (or not), you're likely to be denied more often than not. I have an extended warranty through USAA. The only reason I went for a 335 was because I knew I'd have an extended warranty, and my first claim was denied because what my dealership considered a leaky mechatronics sleeve, was only "seepage" according to USAA.
Im only getting warranty to replace the control arms and bushing ( which i know they need to be replaced) and in case anything happens the transmission,engine or turbo.