I would like to see you get replacement on the brake discs, all good on paper, lots of outs for the dealer, such as regular service records, you should ask your dealer to put it in writing that they will replace warped brake rotors unconditionally for #years. Personally , the best place to stick your money if you get a LT , is take the $$ and buy the Service manual, buy some quality tools needed for the valve shim , vacuum sync ,get proper stands, crash bars, extra lighting, quality gear, read the posts in the How To Forum. IMHO that would be money well spent. I have been a member on this forum for 10 years, very little goes wrong with the Versys 650 ABS ,except for stator failure, the MK-2 & MK-3 have a improved stator and fail less often, there is a fairly cheap way of protecting against that, and I will be adding a newer post this winter, using the 4016868 Polaris, on my 2015.
The front brake disc that was warped was replaced under extended warranty by Seminole Powersports in Eustis, FL. If the disc is worn down to factory minimum spec they will not be covered as the disc has reached the end of it's service life. I.E., it's worn out.
I do have a downloaded version of the MaKaw service manual.
I have checked the valves twice. At 11k miles three exhaust were at minimum and one was bit under. Intakes varied but were "in spec". I adjusted all to maximum using a shim kit that I ordered in. I checked valve clearance at about 34k miles, none had moved according to the shim map that I had done the first time.
I've installed a Polaris rectifier. The bike has a set of daytime running lights in addition to an LED low beam and brake light flasher. And a Sparkbrite volt indicator.
The bike does have "crash bars". T-Rex. And Fenda Extenda and an oil filter cover. No skid bar, though. I have the KLR iff'n I wanna get a bit more serious.
i have a center stand and table lift for performing maintenance.
I keep meticulous service records.
I ride ATGATT almost always.
Near as I can tell, I'm ahead of the game on the warranty. As for the warped disc, I would have bought a pair of China discs and installed myself if I did not have the warranty. As far as the fork seals, I was on a four+ month trip out west and would have had to pay to have it done as I did not have the capability to do that on the road. I do carry extra tires, chain and sprockets, and tools to install, including a chain rivet kit.
With the exception of mounting tires on wheels that I have removed(except when traveling), carburetion work performed by Steve in Sunny FL (I removed and installed them), and the recently installed ECU flash, the above are the only instances that I recall taking any of my bikes to a shop ever, since 1970. I've ridden every year since that time except for one. A reasonable estimate would be 350-400,000 miles. In all of that, I've performed my own maintenance, mostly cuz I'm cheap, er um frugal and I want it done right. I aim toward preventative maintenance. I put over 220k miles on a C-10 Connie without it ever leaving me stranded on the side of the road.
I plan on having well over 100k miles on this bike under factory warranty. For that kind of coverage, $400 seems quite reasonable. And really, it's already paid for itself. Almost $300 for the disc and probably $200+(?) for the fork seals and install. I didn't see the paperwork on the seal replacements. Any additional claim is just frosting on the cake.