2019 Alfa Giulia Ti Sport Q4
49,999 trouble free miles, other than a failed oil sender at 47,xxx miles.
At least now if I have any issues, I will be able to post about how good or bad the extended
If you don’t mind me asking, what extended warranty did you go with? I have a 2018 Base Q4 that my lease ends in 2022 February and i’m Thinking of keeping it... but definitely with a EW.
Same hereAt least now if I have any issues, I will be able to post about how good or bad the extended warranty is.
My local Dodge dealer does my oil changes. Four changes in a package for only $299. Way cheaper and more convenient than my nearest Alfa dealer.Same here
All my maintenance has been done at the local Dodge/Jeep dealer so the extended warranty should be an easy transition. They have even done a couple small warranty items and AlfaRomeoCare just sends me a check rather than transport to the nearest Alfa dealer (2 1/2 hours)
strange I was out of oil change package and purchased a two oil change package for $100, oil changes only no tire rotation like the package before included.My local Dodge dealer does my oil changes. Four changes in a package for only $299. Way cheaper and more convenient than my nearest Alfa dealer.
It was an oil sender fail. My oil level was normal one day and then the next I got an oil level warning and service vehicle notice. There was no visible oil leaking, none on the garage floor or my spot at work. They confirmed it was a small leak, topped off the oil. Part came in a week later. Dropped the car off and returned two hours later to pick it up. It was covered under warranty.OP tell us more about this fuel sender issue? What were the symptoms, how was it diagnosed, and cost / difficulty to fix? Just curious as I haven't heard of this one before.