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Well..I guess with everyone getting built today just makes my odds better for tonight and tomorrow.
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Mine too hopefully. I am adding the plates and hooks. Hopefully it goes smoothly. The delivery that is.
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Just to get another topic going here, perhaps better suited for another thread, but it does relate to diesels. I've been looking at extended warranties. Since I usually keep my vehicles at least 10 years, and I'm hoping this CRD may last even longer, I want to get a lifetime bumper to bumper warranty. But Chrysler will only go 8 years on the diesel. Discounted price at Ziegler is $2000. For $2200 I can get a lifetime warranty from CNA National through my dealer. I compared both warranties in detail and they are virtually the same. I could not find any differences that I recall. I even called the warranty company with the dealer and asked about where I could get the warranty claim service (any certified repair station), what was the process (have the repair station call the warranty company for approval), etc. I also talked with the Jeep service center at the dealer and their manager said there is virtually no difference or difficulties in getting approvals and repairs done from the 3rd party warranty compared to Chrysler.

CNA National is accredited by the BBB, has been in business for 30 years, the parent company (CNA) has been in business for 100 years, and they are backed by $55billion in assets. In addition they've received awards from JD Powers, Dealer's Choice Awards and the American International Dealer's Association (10,000 dealers). So this is no fly by night company and should be around as long as my Jeep.

I've never bought an extended contract like this before, but I've also never owned such an expensive vehicle or one with so much technology that would cost serious coin to repair. I'm leaning toward doing this. Thoughts?
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My estimated delivery line in MOTS has a "[B]" annotation in front of it. Does anybody know what that is? I'm the only one with that entry
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Re: 2014 diesel production

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Just to get another topic going here, perhaps better suited for another thread, but it does relate to diesels. I've been looking at extended warranties. Since I usually keep my vehicles at least 10 years, and I'm hoping this CRD may last even longer, I want to get a lifetime bumper to bumper warranty. But Chrysler will only go 8 years on the diesel. Discounted price at Ziegler is $2000. For $2200 I can get a lifetime warranty from CNA National through my dealer. I compared both warranties in detail and they are virtually the same. I could not find any differences that I recall. I even called the warranty company with the dealer and asked about where I could get the warranty claim service (any certified repair station), what was the process (have the repair station call the warranty company for approval), etc. I also talked with the Jeep service center at the dealer and their manager said there is virtually no difference or difficulties in getting approvals and repairs done from the 3rd party warranty compared to Chrysler.

CNA National is accredited by the BBB, has been in business for 30 years, the parent company (CNA) has been in business for 100 years, and they are backed by $55billion in assets. In addition they've received awards from JD Powers, Dealer's Choice Awards and the American International Dealer's Association (10,000 dealers). So this is no fly by night company and should be around as long as my Jeep.

I've never bought an extended contract like this before, but I've also never owned such an expensive vehicle or one with so much technology that would cost serious coin to repair. I'm leaning toward doing this. Thoughts?
V-Tail, thanks for bringing this up again. I have been thinking about the same thing myself. My dealer is not a CNA dealer and did try to talk me out of it. They are charging roughly $2,800 for Chrysler's warranty, though I got such a great deal on the truck that I didn't want to start negotiating that yet. Anyway, things that they listed against CNA were:
-You can only buy this insurance through a participating dealer. Not a factor for you as yours is participating.
-If you have Chrysler's warranty, you can go to any Chrysler dealer at any time of day or night that they are open, they will be able to look you up, verify your coverage, do the repair, and credit you for the coverage.
-If you go to a non-CNA participating dealer, you will have to pay by credit card and submit to CNA for reimbursement.
-If you go to a CNA participating dealer and CNA is closed (I believe they may be a West Coast company), they MAY not be able to verify your coverage and you will have to front the bill and submit to CNA for reimbursement.
-If a part you need, needs to be ordered, then you again would have to front the bill.
All in all, they made it seem as if Chrysler's warranty is more seamless and user friendly. I don't doubt that is true. However, like you I tend to keep my vehicles and having a lifetime warranty at a lower or similar price to an 8 year one is very attractive. I am leaning that way. However, I haven't explored the possibility of buying the warranty from a different dealer than I purchased the truck from. Time is getting short and it is time to look into these things.
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I've decided to go with the Chrysler backed transferable 8 year/120,000 mile/$100 deductible for $2000 on my Diesel. I think it is the best bang for the buck IMO.
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My estimated delivery line in MOTS has a "[B]" annotation in front of it. Does anybody know what that is? I'm the only one with that entry
I hope it is not short for BS.

I'm curious how they come up with these dates. Is it simply a math formula or did they actually think at the time the date would hold. It seems the shipping schedule has something to do with it.

If they think all of ours will be built before yours is that's great. I would assume generally it is first come first served. But, if they are waiting for overland Badges and they have lots of Summit badges, the Summits from September ordering can pass us by.

I would assume it would work this way.

If the shipping period from the time the JGC CRD's were built was predicted to be this long, why weren't the dates made to reflect this and if this delay was part of the plan why is it a secret what the actual date these will ship. I feel it must be some kind of regulatory delay like the delay that brought us to 8/9.
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I've decided to go with the Chrysler backed transferable 8 year/120,000 mile/$100 deductible for $2000 on my Diesel. I think it is the best bang for the buck IMO.
If you have 1 thing wrong with your JGC the deductible is $100 if you have 10 things wrong, the deductible is still $100. It is per service visit. So when you have a deductible, you wait and live with the broken thing until more things break to save a $100. I am getting the $0 deductible, the dealership is 2 miles away. With maximum care, every time you bring the vehicle in, for any dealer service, a rental car is included. I will be there anytime anything is even slightly wrong.

The only downside is the term is limited to 7 years and the mileage to 100k miles.
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Just to get another topic going here, perhaps better suited for another thread, but it does relate to diesels. I've been looking at extended warranties. Since I usually keep my vehicles at least 10 years, and I'm hoping this CRD may last even longer, I want to get a lifetime bumper to bumper warranty. But Chrysler will only go 8 years on the diesel. Discounted price at Ziegler is $2000. For $2200 I can get a lifetime warranty from CNA National through my dealer. I compared both warranties in detail and they are virtually the same. I could not find any differences that I recall. I even called the warranty company with the dealer and asked about where I could get the warranty claim service (any certified repair station), what was the process (have the repair station call the warranty company for approval), etc. I also talked with the Jeep service center at the dealer and their manager said there is virtually no difference or difficulties in getting approvals and repairs done from the 3rd party warranty compared to Chrysler.

CNA National is accredited by the BBB, has been in business for 30 years, the parent company (CNA) has been in business for 100 years, and they are backed by $55billion in assets. In addition they've received awards from JD Powers, Dealer's Choice Awards and the American International Dealer's Association (10,000 dealers). So this is no fly by night company and should be around as long as my Jeep.

I've never bought an extended contract like this before, but I've also never owned such an expensive vehicle or one with so much technology that would cost serious coin to repair. I'm leaning toward doing this. Thoughts?
I can't comment on CNA, but I have my own rule that I would never buy an aftermarket service contract. I did that one time and it was nothing but a PITA. Those companies are in business to make money and if they are still there when you go to use it they don't make it easy in my experience. I would only buy a service contract from the manufacture which is why I have a Chrysler service contract. Just remember when they are trying to sell you these aftermarket contracts they always make it sound like it's the best thing since sliced bread.
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Just got off the phone with Jeep. I have an original ship date of 9/6, but they are now telling me it won't ship until 10/4. Mine will be so old when it is shipped, I should almost get last year prices on this relic. Seriously, Jeep is starting to wear thin on my patience. If they delay it any longer than that, I may just have to look at other manufacturers, as I view this as HORRIBLE customer service.
Shannon, hang in there. We know what it feels like (from the Land Down Under) but seriously, it's worth the wait.

We too got the severe irits with CA/JA during the wait (Thank goodness for JG and especially Milous who kept us updated with what variant and the number of those that had left Curtis Bay and how many were being off-loaded at various Aussie ports - he kept us all sane) but during that wait period, I for one was starting to put Audi and RR brochures in front of the husband (a few days of madness overtook me there - my apologies to the JNAP guys).

It won't be long - sooner than Christmas anyway.
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