100% agree, they arent worth the paper they are written on and have vague loopholes and excuses to deny everything when it comes time for a claim.
ENGINE: All internal, lubricated parts. Cylinder Block; Cylinder Head(s); Harmonic Balancer; Timing Chain, Timing Belt, Balance Shaft Belt, Gears, Pulleys, Guides and Tensioners*; Oil Pump; Intake and Exhaust Manifold; Diesel Engine Vacuum Pump; Engine Mounts; Turbocharger, Intercooler, Wastegate, Wastegate Actuator/ Controller; Supercharger, Pulley and Clutch. The following parts are covered only if damaged by the FAILURE of an internal, lubricated part: Cylinder Barrels, Timing Chain Cover, Valve Covers, Oil Pan and Rotor Housing.
I’ve kept up with all manufacturer maintenance:
YOU AGREE TO MAINTAIN THE COVERED VEHICLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S STATED PERIODIC MAINTENANCE RECOMMENDATIONS AND THIS LIMITED WARRANTY’S GUIDELINES AND KEEP ALL RECEIPTS OF SUCH SERVICE.
I’ve had all work done at the dealership so all records are there. The way I see it, the warranty company would have a helluva time trying to get out fixing a cracked cylinder block or head… but hey, stranger things have happened.