Join Date: May 2016
Location: Newark, Delaware
Extended warranties wouldn't be sold if they weren't big winners for the factories and/or warranty companies. It's like a casino -- individual gamblers may win, but overall the house always wins. With a vehicle known to be pretty darn reliable, I wouldn't buy a warranty, particularly as some issues that occur outside of warranty may be taken care of out of goodwill -- I got a brand new fuel tank that way once. Actually, I did pay for a warranty once, with Kawasaki, too. I paid less than 50% of the asking price for a 3-year extension, and only because the dealer threw in a 15% service and parts/accessories discount, so the savings there more than paid for the warranty coverage (which I never ended up needing.)
2015 Versys 650 ABS
AMA, MSTA, Retreads
Nat'l Cycle "Sport-Touring" screen; Givi hand guards; BMW Sport Grips; Omni-Cruise throttle lock; Motowerk mirror extenders, side stand foot & highway pegs; Denali Mini Soundbomb horn; SW-Motech top rack, Quick-Lock Evo side racks, wide foot pegs & GPS shelf; Givi E-22 side cases & V-47 top case; RKA 13L Shiloh Road tank bag; Hyper-Lites; Sargent seat; Shoodaben ECU reflash; decalectomy.