Nope...not the new norm...just a great warranty on a solid tranny. Who else gives you 100K miles on your transmission besides Hyundai and Kia? Just because they give you the added peace of mind to 100K doesn't mean it won't last for 200K+ miles:wink2:Guess 100 thousand miles is the new norm for Subaru? Not real happy.
Am I reading this right? You're not happy Subaru gave you a warranty to 100k miles for your transmission because you believe that's not good enough?Guess I'm a little old school. I have had cars that easily reached in the 200 thousand mile range. Guess 100 thousand miles is the new norm for Subaru? Not real happy.
I think there were issues with years 2017 and earlier because they included a claim form and had slightly different verbiage if you had hit 100k miles already. Seems that 2018's haven't experienced issues yet and I highly doubt anyone has hit 100k miles in a 2018 by now.Here's an article on the issue:
Evidently, they are extending for no reason other than to reassure customers that it is a solid transmission.
I am happy they are extending the warranty, just concerned Subaru feels they need to extend it. My 2014 was having issues with the CVT temperature. Got rid of it as I didn't want to deal with it. Just hoping the 2018 serves me well. at 18,000 miles absolutely no issues.Am I reading this right? You're not happy Subaru gave you a warranty to 100k miles for your transmission because you believe that's not good enough?
Yes, he has a choice. You can cancel at any time and receive a prorated amount back minus the small processing fee.Do you really have a choice? I doubt you get get a refund on a 10/100 warranty.