You should call customer service to verify your warranty doesn't carry to Canada rather than rely on a dealerships-word that wants to sell you another vehicle. Doesn't make sense.
I could be wrong.This warranty is provided to the original and subsequent owner(s) of an Infiniti vehicle originally distributed by Infiniti which is originally sold by a Infiniti authorized Infiniti retailer in the United States, and which is registered and normally operated in the United States (including Alastka and Hawaii), the United States territories (specifically Guam, Saipan, American Samoa, Puerto Rico and the US Virgini Islands), and Canada
I thought all hybrids in California got HOV stickers?? Did they move to full electric?Oh, and please tell me how you got an HOV sticker for your hybrid QX60.
Quick follow up. Submitted a request for clarification on the Infiniti USA site and they were quick to get back. Warranty should be good in Canada. Maintenance plan is not. Apparently if we buy a maintenance plan in Canada though it's good in the USA. (!?!)Page 4 of your warranty booklet surely leads me to believe the warranty would be valid in Canada.
I could be wrong.
Oh, and please tell me how you got an HOV sticker for your hybrid QX60.
I'll definitely follow up with him. Judging from how the rest of the purchase process went down, I wouldn't be surprised to find out he was "confused". I don't think they were selling many of the hybrids, as many of our questions we had to find answers to online or elsewhere during the purchase process. The choice to work with them in Santa Monica over Beaverton basically boiled down to vehicle availability. They were able to get exactly what we wanted faster and cheaper in Santa Monica.PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE go back and see that salesperson and ask him for his help getting the HOV sticker he promised you were eligible for. And tape the conversation.
Only cars eligible are all electrics and plug-in hybrids. And there's an annual limit on the plug-in hybrids that has, as far as I know, already run out for this year.
You should be able to get a refund on the unused part of your pre-paid maintenance. Just ask the folks where you bought it.
Good point, I forgot most plans offer this.You should be able to get a refund on the unused part of your pre-paid maintenance.
I wouldn't worry about it. It has been cleared up on the thread. Don't sweat the small stuff...Any idea what I can do about the original post? I'm not comfortable leaving it up like that with the HOV inaccuracy in it.