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    Default Warranty Transfer

    When doing a warranty transfer on a 2019 Supra what all does it cover? Is it the same as the original warranty or just powertrain? Any idea on cost? I'm hearing around 1200-1500.

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    I'm going through this right now on my Supra. My understanding is that you will get the remainder of the factory warranty. The boat needs to be inspected by a dealer within a few weeks of purchase and the transfer is costing me about $1500 including inspection.

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    And it can only be transferred onceó


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    Quote Originally Posted by miahhough View Post
    When doing a warranty transfer on a 2019 Supra what all does it cover? Is it the same as the original warranty or just powertrain? Any idea on cost? I'm hearing around 1200-1500.
    Are you buying from a dealer? If so, have them pay for the transfer, work it into the deal, as authorized dealers they may be able to get a discount on transfer, they do their own inspection so they absorb that cost. And then cost gets built into the loan. Once you have a hard number, then accept and ask them to cover the transfer.
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    Having gone through this recently, I had one dealership near the location of sale the do the Skiers Choice warranty transfer same day. It cost $250. They weren’t able to fit us in to do the Indmar warrantee transfer, and stated any Indmar dealership can do the engine inspection and transfer. I found a Supra dealership nearest to me (3 hrs away) and had them do the Indmar transfer when doing winterization and service. My local Indmar service centers were inundated with winterizations and couldn’t fit us in until January. The Indmar transfer was $900.

    If you can have the inspection and transfer done at the service center the prior owner utilized, they may have more flexibility in pricing do to familiarity with the service intervals and the boat itself. The purchase location dealership gave us better pricing, but we had to get back home and couldn’t wait for them to fit us in.
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    Since boat is already winterized i'm assuming it will have to be un-winterized and re-done?? Is it true I only have 10 days to do the warranty transfer?

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    Winterization is very simple, if they run the engine, yes it would need to be hooked to a water source.

    My guess is they wonít run it, but will simply hook up to the PCM and read it.


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    PCM and Compression Check for Indmar.
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    Hull inspection doesn’t utilize any water. It’s visual. Indmar is PCM and compression check like MJ said. Winterization shouldn’t have an impact, but worth a dialogue with the inspecting service center.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miahhough View Post
    Since boat is already winterized i'm assuming it will have to be un-winterized and re-done?? Is it true I only have 10 days to do the warranty transfer?
    I was quoted 30 days, and had engine transfer done at 37 days post sale. Given current circumstances, it may be too hard to hold anyone to a strict 10 or 30 day standard.
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