The price they quote you for extended warranty is negotiable. I have got hundreds off on my last 2 extended warranties. It is definitely worth the money if you can get a good enough deal on it. Fortunately my last truck had a few things covered under the extended warranty which saved me a lot of money.
I had a 2015 Sierra AT with 6.2/8spd combo. The first 4 years I owned it I had no issues but had to bring it in for issues with rough shifting and stuttering when going into 2nd and 3rd gear. They did a bunch of different things to it as per GM during 4 visits in 6 months. They claimed on the last drive they couldn't reproduce the issue anymore. I got tired of it so I bought a 2019 Denali and am so much happier.
They drive nice. I keep them at 40lbs pressure so I didn't notice any difference with the ride. The biggest change is how much better they are than the stock crap in the snow and ice. We've had quite a bit of snow and a few bad storms and haven't had any trouble getting around. They are a little bit noisier but the only time I really notice it is if I'm on smooth concrete and radio is off or very low. It doesn't bother me at all but as this truck is still the quietest I have ever owned. I have used BFG KOs on my last 3 trucks and love that tire so will be interesting to see how I like these after a year or 2.
They warrantied it because they said the bed wasn't straight and it would catch rocks more than normal. It also had less than 500 total miles with less then 50 on gravel and looked like it had been sandblasted on the bottom foot of the both sides of the box in front of the tires. They said must be bad paint or more than likely thin clear coat as that should never happen, especially with so few miles.
I had an issue with the paint in front of both rear tires on the box, blue paint also. I drove maybe 50 miles on gravel and had dozens of rock chips down to the primer. It also was fixed under warranty but am a little concerned about the paint in the future
I went ahead and got the Terra Grappler G2s in 285/50/22. They are a huge improvement in snow and on icy roads than the stock crap, and look a lot better also. There is no rubbing but does only have about 1/8" clearance when turned all the way. I'm very happy with them so far.
My Denali is in getting chips on the bed in front of rear tire repainted on both sides under warranty. I drove approximately 40 miles in the first 550 miles and counted over 20 chips of various sizes. At first they were a little reluctant to fix but the bed was a little out of alignment so they will repaint when realigning box.
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