Should I get an extended warranty for my Freelander?

I have a three year old Land Rover Freelander and the dealer has said I should buy an extended warranty. Should I do so?

Asked on 15 May 2015 by Eddie Mc

Answered by Honest John
Definitely. This vehicle has several problem areas that could cost you a fortune but should be covered by warranty. They are engine camshaft, power steering rack, automatic transmission, and rear diff.
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