: STS 2008 with 22.000 Miles



mannyurrego
04-18-11, 03:41 PM
So what's the deal with extended warranty beside Caddy's reliability, my basic warranty expired on 04/2012, if I'm not get a extended one what my chances are to get in trouble because of this car quality building materials? I'm already thinking is a trade in because of that and because of the numerous electrical issues posting here,,, advise and thoughts please!

txbest1980
04-18-11, 03:50 PM
if you want to keep the car, get the extended warranty

KRSTS
04-18-11, 05:40 PM
If you don't have a CPO, get a GMPP while you still can. Two months before your factory warranty expires, you will no longer be able to add a GMPP.

chazglenn3
04-18-11, 06:04 PM
I don't think the cars are much more unreliable than others. These are very complex machines. I think the newer STS has 20 different computer modules (compared to 9 in my 2000 STS). It is just that when things do break, they are expensive to fix. Just like BMW, Mercedes and the others.

EChas3
04-18-11, 07:39 PM
Opinions vary; here's mine:

Before the month is out, extend your warranty through GMPP. Check this site's sponsors for the best deal.

Mike Jones
04-28-11, 08:42 PM
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