No problems at all. Actually the dealer has recommended them to me and I was using the same Chrysler/Jeep dealer to do the service. They did blend doors, window regulators, rear axle bearings, tire rod ends, sway bar links and many more things....All service was done the same day and I have never had to pay anything ( had a $0 deductible). The only time I had to go twice was for the heated seat switch because the dealer had to order it. I was not sure at the time if I should go with third party, but the fact the dealer was behind made me feel better. Warranty has expired about a year ago....
Glad to hear it!
I have a similar experience where the dealer appears to recommend the fidelity one over the Chrysler product. They seem genuine when recommending that overall it has been better coverage for their customers. I still kind of like the idea of having a manufacturer backed one though.
Glad to see you had a good experience with the Fidelity Warranty. If the fidelity warranty is significantly cheaper than the Chrysler one then it would be worthwhile to consider. If they are the same price, the Chrysler one would be a no brainer. Also, if you plan on keeping the car longer than 7 years, don't forget about the Lifetime plan that Chrysler offers. I would take what the dealer recommends with a grain of salt...extended warranties and other add ons are the profit center at most dealers and they will push whatever gives them the most profit margin. Also check out chryslerwarrantys.com and look at their pricing for the Chrysler warranty vs your dealers pricing.
No - just 7 year 100,000 miles. The plan cost is about the same as a lifetime maxcare (with $100 deductible) but with lower deductible (0$ at the dealership the car was purchased from, $50 anywhere else).
I stopped by the dealership yesterday and they really seem to like this fidelity platinum warranty compared to Chrysler Maxcare. The sales manager I have been working with had no problem at all switching me over to the Chrysler plan if I wanted to (for a good price too of about $1800) but he honestly seems to believe that the fidelity plan in his experience has covered many more things and people have been generally more happy with it. Like I said, I can still have it serviced at a Jeep dealership if desired. I was set on making the swap, but now I am torn again...:P