<Joe Curry said>
I have a lot of thoughts! The first one is, "Why is that warranty
necessary?" The answer is the same as it was for Chrysler back in the 60's
think, it may have been the 70's). That is because it is necessary in order
to offset the reputation for poor reliability!
Or perhaps it is an effective marketing ploy to increase its market share by
demonstrating an added value that other car makers are not willing to offer.
Lets face it, if the manufacture thought they would be repairing these
things constantly up to 100,000 miles they would lose money. They base it
on the fact that they believe they won't have to fix them.
If you have a faulty product do you warranty it for longer or for shorter?
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