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2017 NSX Valencia Red Certified Acura warranty

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Around 4000 miles and pretty loaded in Valencia Red. The car comes with an Acura Certified Used car warranty. It says 24 months 100,000 miles after the initial warranty or at date of sale as certified vehicle. The car's in-service date is around 10/23/2017. So does the 24 additional months pickup at the end of the 4 year original warranty or does the 24 months start when someone buys it now? One owner car at what looks like a great price of $119,481. https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for...eCode1=ACURA&modelCode1=NSX&clickType=listing
 
24 month is added to the end of the warranty. basically 6 years from the original sale date.

100,000 odometer mile warranty.
 
Is this a harbinger of an extended warranty for customers or the incentive to make a pre-owned vehicle desirable?
 
you can still get a 150k mile extended warranty on regular cars

Where can you get an extended warranty? I’d be interested. There isn’t a factory extended warranty option for the NSX.
 
I was told the same (no extended warranty for the NSX) when I picked up my 2019 (showroom floor model) from the dealership on Monday (2/24)
 
Where can you get an extended warranty? I’d be interested. There isn’t a factory extended warranty option for the NSX.

Zurich Insurance offers warranties on the NSX. You can browse their website here https://www.zurichna.com/industries/auto/owners.

Also check out some reviews on their service contracts, they have good reviews anywhere you look https://www.motor1.com/reviews/388028/zurich-warranty

My dealership is in their network, I just plugged in the VIN for a 2017 NSX I sold recently. If he went with a 10 year, 125,000 mile comprehensive warranty would cost about $4,900. I asked our rep about them and he mentioned that he didn't think that they had written one for an NSX yet but he would expect the price to go up once they have had some people purchase them and Zurich has to pay out a few claims.

They have been a fantastic company to work with and are the 3rd largest insurance company globally. If anyone who wants some additional information feel free to PM me.
 
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