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    Default Network Q - is it worth it?

    I've just got a letter saying that as I've got a year of Network Q they're offering me an extended warranty for a 2nd year for just £32.90 per month, but for a limited time only.

    As my car's 3 years and 3 months old, is it worth having Network Q until it's 5 years old?

    What do you guys think a 5 year old 2.0T Signum is likely to have going wrong? I'm guessing the DMF is a given in that period of time, but what else is there that would cost enough to cover the fact that I'll be paying £400 for a year of Network Q warranty?

    Does anyone have any experience of making a warranty claim with Network Q? Do they cover the DMF when they say clutch/battery/etc?

    Are there better warranty schemes around?

    Thanks for any help guys

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    IMO the networkq warranty is one of the best - if not the best - out there. If I had the choice I would take it.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    I have know got my 5 year vauxhall extended warranty

    but know at 5 years they drop AA cover and MOT cover but any thing goes wrong with my vec which is 3.0 CDTi i am all right

    take out AA cover for myself now

    I will carrie on taking it out till -10 years or 100.000 miles

    and a diesel pump for my is £1100 fitted

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    I might just ring them up and ask straight if it covers the DMF or not- as if it doesn't that's nearly a grand that I'll have to pay out of my pocket.

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    Not forgetting any possible turbo faults in the future.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    IMO the networkq warranty is one of the best - if not the best - out there. If I had the choice I would take it.
    worth it for peace of mind imo ..............................

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    Quote Originally Posted by maurauth View Post
    I might just ring them up and ask straight if it covers the DMF or not- as if it doesn't that's nearly a grand that I'll have to pay out of my pocket
    It does NOT cover the clutch, that may use that as a "get out clause"

    If you are a low mileage driver (5K miles a year and less) then the £350 is not real value for money
    However, if you are a high mileage driver (20K miles a year and more) or depend on your car on a daily basis, then the Network Q warranty is a no-brainer

    If you purchased your car on Network Q, then ask your dealership for details of the "Complete Protection Plan"
    The cost is about the same, but also includes servicing, brakes, and clutch
    The servicing alone pays for the policy!

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    mmmmmm food for thought deffo

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    i've got the same warranty cause is the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    If you purchased your car on Network Q, then ask your dealership for details of the "Complete Protection Plan"
    The cost is about the same, but also includes servicing, brakes, and clutch
    The servicing alone pays for the policy!
    Hi mate, i just checked that out on website and it says you need to start this before the car gets 1000 miles on it?

    Can you confirm?

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