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Unfortunately, my 2010 SRX had over 6k in repairs. All covered under CPO thank goodness! Last item to go at 73K was timing chain. When I purchased the vehicle, it had CPO with it. My 2013 now has CPO on it, however it is still covered under B2B also. I have about 6,000 miles to make a decision. Just stay with CPO and pay nothing or take out GM's Plan and get longer coverage. However, I cannot find a Side by Side comparison of the two plans. I read that CPO coverers more items.
 

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The CPO is the same as the bumper to bumper warranty, just extended to six years or 70,000 miles.

Major Guard covers a little bit less but you can get it longer than six years or 70,000 miles, which is the CPO coverage from in service date.


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Thanks adamjeeps!!
Can you have both? Or once you make a decision, stay with CPO or Purchase GM Major Guard, or will the purchase wipe out CPO items covered...
 

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Thanks adamjeeps!!
Can you have both? Or once you make a decision, stay with CPO or Purchase GM Major Guard, or will the purchase wipe out CPO items covered...
You can buy major guard up until a certain time and mileage limit. I don't know what that limit is. I would call Black GM major guard outlet. Google them and you'll get their information. They sell them at very competitive prices.


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