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About McLaren Qualified CPO

Owning a McLaren is about driving. The minimum one year McLaren warranty provides the reassurance that you can continue to enjoy doing just that. The warranty included with a McLaren Qualified pre-owned car may be composed of the balance of the manufacturer’s warranty (cars under two years old), a dedicated McLaren Qualified Warranty policy or a combination of both.

Key benefits of the McLaren Qualified Warranty policy:

  • The warranty covers the cost of parts and labour for warrantable repairs carried out at McLaren Retailers & Service Centres
  • Fully manufacturer-backed warranty offers unrivalled cover on all factory-fitted components, excluding failures related to wear and tear
  • No claim limit3 or excess to pay when making a claim
  • Valid at all McLaren Retailers & Service Centres in country of purchase
  • Repairs carried out by fully trained technicians using McLaren genuine spare parts and equipment
  • No hassle – McLaren Retailers & Service Centres will minimise your inconvenience during repairs and handle all of the administration on your behalf
  • No mileage limit from warranty inception
  • Transferable via private sale
  • Upgradeable to two years of warranty

3 Total number of claims over the course of the policy is unlimited. While the cost of one claim can be up to the value of the vehicle at the time the policy was purchased, all claims must be under this total value (exceptions apply).

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Warranty advice please

One step closer to 570 ownership so I can join you all properly ! Car being inspected by Thorney tomorrow lunchtime - proper excited ! Apologies as this has probably been asked a hundred times but I’d like to get feedback on warranty. I have the option of taking out the Thorney warranty but just wondering if it’s worth a gamble and putting the money in a pot ? I plan to keep the car for three years so that’s nearly a £9k slush fund in an ideal world. My justification for taking a punt is:
- the supplying dealer gives a 3 month warranty - albeit a limited one.
- I’m unlikely to heavily use the car until lockdown finishes and would probably not use it November to feb.
- as far as I am aware one of the most reasonably possible ‘major’ failures is the gearbox which thorney do a refurb service for £9.5k (against £25k replacement).

That Said I don’t know what the real world average owner £ experience is like for fixing stuff and don’t have an appreciation for the cost of other things that can go wrong.

I do think that I would enjoy the car more/worry less with warranty but it’s a big wedge for minor usage - especially this year.

Thoughts appreciated !

How old is the car? In other words - how much is the official extended warranty?

There are many owners who self insure, and they tend to say that are cash positive. But then the cash negative ones might keep quiet!

I have to make this decision in August, and I think mine will come down to this:

If I think I will want to sell any time soon I will warranty.
If I decide my car is a keeper, I probably won't.

The one thing that makes it a difficult decision is that although it's pretty expensive, the extended warranty is very comprehensive so you do at least get what you pay for.

I've had my 570 Spider just coming up to 3 years & 9500 miles now.

The factory warranty expires at the end of next month, I've just had Thorney give her a good look over with no problems spotted. As such I'm not going to put a warranty on it as other than 1 minor trim issue early on its been no trouble, hopefully I shall be quids in over the next few years but who knows!

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The factory warranty expires at the end of next month, I've just had Thorney give her a good look over with no problems spotted. As such I'm not going to put a warranty on it as other than 1 minor trim issue early on its been no trouble, hopefully I shall be quids in over the next few years but who knows!
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100% this.

The more people who have no issues with their car that don't take out extended warranty, the more faith in the cars the market will have rather than every potential McLaren buyer being brainwashed into thinking they need to have a warranty because people on the internet (mainly non-owners) continue to perpetuate the same nonsense.

I've had 4 McLarens over the last six years and not had to claim on the warranty for any of them. you would be extremely unlucky to spend over £9k on repairs for a 570s over 3 years.........

And also the factory must be much happier about their cars to be putting a five warranty on the Artura

johnnyreggae said:

And also the factory must be much happier about their cars to be putting a five warranty on the Artura

Is the 5yr warranty for the whole car or just the battery?

650spider said:

Is the 5yr warranty for the whole car or just the battery?

The car.
Battery is 6 years.

davek_964 said:

650spider said:

Is the 5yr warranty for the whole car or just the battery?

The car.
Battery is 6 years.
Massive step in the right direction.

Bought my 2016 570s in Dec 2019 with 3 months left on the extended warranty, I renewed it in Feb last yr for £3k...it's had £9k worth of stuff done since nothing super serious but the parts and labour are expensive. I'll renew again at the end of the month as I'm nicely ahead on the first yr. Also be warned if the car falls out of warranty it needs to be inspected by Mclaren and any issues they highlight fixed before they will apply a new warranty.

Nattyboy888 said:

... but just wondering if it’s worth a gamble and putting the money in a pot ? I plan to keep the car for three years so that’s nearly a £9k slush fund in an ideal world. ...

Gamble is the correct word. Here's my philosophy on this, and all other insurance.

By definition, insurance is gambling. Actuaries - I believe they are called - do all kinds of complex calculations (and quite a bit of guesswork too) to define the odds of an insurer having to pay a claim for any specified risk. Premiums are then calculated, ensuring there is always a clear advantage to the insurer. It's not unfair: if there were not a big advantage in that direction the business model would not work at all.

So there it is. Do you like to gamble? I believe there is only one way to ALWAYS win at gambling, long term. You need to own the casino. That's exactly what not insuring things is: you are buying the casino.

All my own opinion of course. But I do put my money where my mouth is: I do not insure my house, much of my business, non-road use vehicles and plant, and I certainly never pay for discretionary warranties. So far (30 years) I reckon I'm at least £100K up.

And of course running uninsured I take extra care of everything. Shortening the odds in my favour even more, as I can ensure I am below an average risk.

iridium_moon said:

Nattyboy888 said:

... but just wondering if it’s worth a gamble and putting the money in a pot ? I plan to keep the car for three years so that’s nearly a £9k slush fund in an ideal world. ...

Gamble is the correct word. Here's my philosophy on this, and all other insurance.

By definition, insurance is gambling. Actuaries - I believe they are called - do all kinds of complex calculations (and quite a bit of guesswork too) to define the odds of an insurer having to pay a claim for any specified risk. Premiums are then calculated, ensuring there is always a clear advantage to the insurer. It's not unfair: if there were not a big advantage in that direction the business model would not work at all.

So there it is. Do you like to gamble? I believe there is only one way to ALWAYS win at gambling, long term. You need to own the casino. That's exactly what not insuring things is: you are buying the casino.

All my own opinion of course. But I do put my money where my mouth is: I do not insure my house, much of my business, non-road use vehicles and plant, and I certainly never pay for discretionary warranties. So far (30 years) I reckon I'm at least £100K up.

And of course running uninsured I take extra care of everything. Shortening the odds in my favour even more, as I can ensure I am below an average risk.
Pretty balsy.

I am sure that if God forbid an electrical fault caused your house to burn down, the impending £500k loss would be of more concern than the £100k saved over 30 yrs by not insuring anything.

Everyone is different though.

I am also looking at 570s and asked for some warranty advise on here, Thorney and Mclarens own.

I think i have come to the conclusion if i buy a non warranted car i will probably warranty (most likely Mclaren) for a year as i get to know the car and decide from there, if the car has been trouble free i probably wont bother the following year and put the money in the pot, bearing in mind also, whether Thorney or Mclaren the car would have been inspected and given the all clear or not.

Definitely do your own research but I wouldn't step away from McLaren warranty to any of the current offerings. I know for a fact that anyone out there currently lean on Mclaren for a lot of support for items whether it be parts or advice.

I had a cracked head in my 12c, the car never broke down but started smoking on start up. Mclaren fixed it and it took them long enough to find the correct part. I got it sorted but I am glad that I wasn't further down the list in terms of cars they had to sort.


650spider said:

Pretty balsy.

I am sure that if God forbid an electrical fault caused your house to burn down, the impending £500k loss would be of more concern than the £100k saved over 30 yrs by not insuring anything.

Everyone is different though.

House insurance is mandatory for a mortgaged house but not contents I think.

I guess if you don't have a mortgage and don't issue your house, you can afford to rebuild it?

Being £100k up is the difference between paying for insurance policies vs covering the costs yourself of issues those policies would've covered. Doesn't mean a whopping bill won't occur though!

My general philosophy is if I can afford the potential loss, I don't insure. So my house and contents, and cars, are insured but nothing else.
Car warranties sort of fall in a middle ground for me as even though I could technically afford any work that may need to be done there's something to be said for the peace of mind of knowing that anything that could go wrong is covered. That's particularly true of the Mac warranty that is so comprehensive, meaning that you're not only insuring against the big cost items but little niggly issues as well.
Currently, neither of my older cars have warranties - although I did get lucky when the 15K cost of an engine issue in one of them was covered by the manufacturer as a goodwill gesture!

Personally, with a Mac, I'd want a warranty for the first year of ownership, then see how I felt beyond that.

I generally don't bother with warranties on most cars after the manufacturer's one has expired. Supercars are a different issue though and I prefer to run them with a warranty. Just personal choice and gives me stress-free ownership. Same with home insurance. I'm a landlord and we own our own house outright, all our others have BTL mortgages on them. I insure them all, no choice with the rentals but I don't have to insure our own legally. Even though potentially I could take the hit on our house burning down I couldn't afford to be sued for personal injury from a fall, dog attack etc. The difference between a stand-alone public liability policy and full home insurance which includes it means I just roll with the normal insurance. I like a gamble but that's too rich for me!

iridium_moon said:

Gamble is the correct word. Here's my philosophy on this, and all other insurance.

By definition, insurance is gambling. Actuaries - I believe they are called - do all kinds of complex calculations (and quite a bit of guesswork too) to define the odds of an insurer having to pay a claim for any specified risk. Premiums are then calculated, ensuring there is always a clear advantage to the insurer. It's not unfair: if there were not a big advantage in that direction the business model would not work at all.

So there it is. Do you like to gamble? I believe there is only one way to ALWAYS win at gambling, long term. You need to own the casino. That's exactly what not insuring things is: you are buying the casino.

All my own opinion of course. But I do put my money where my mouth is: I do not insure my house, much of my business, non-road use vehicles and plant, and I certainly never pay for discretionary warranties. So far (30 years) I reckon I'm at least £100K up.

And of course running uninsured I take extra care of everything. Shortening the odds in my favour even more, as I can ensure I am below an average risk.

You must have much bigger balls than me to not insure your house in order to save £600 per annum...there are many things i wont insure, but never my house.

TP321 said:

You must have much bigger balls than me to not insure your house in order to save £600 per annum...there are many things i wont insure, but never my house.

I suspect you will find many don't. Hence the phrase 'As safe as houses'

if i was going to warranty then i would only do the Mclaren warranty - its very comprehensive and to them, replacing a gearbox in your car will not be the end of the world...but would an Indy replace it or just patch it up?? Ask yourself that...

I think when it comes down to 3rd party warranties, you know the house always wins. And the Mclaren extended warranty is just a 3rd party warranty. So statistically you will save money by self-warrantying. You're just taking the gamble with a potential big hit, gearbox, engine that sort of thing. However, when you see the astronomical costs of replacing the gearbox and engine, more often than not that is Mclaren just replacing by default, not repairing. However, if you were self-warrantying, you'd go for the repair option and with the likes of Thorney on the scene, that option becomes even more appealing.

It is something I'll consider with my 720 when my warranty is up in a couple of years. See how it is whilst under warranty, I'll then talk to John at Thorney, ask for costs to rebuild gearbox / engine, expect the bill to be under £10k and therefore take the decision to pocket the £5k yearly warranty cost. I might not be that brave when it comes to it but that's how I'm justifying my plan to keep my long term smile

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KEEP YOUR McLAREN ON THE RIGHT TRACK

Nothing is more exciting than getting behind the wheel of your hand-crafted, beautifully engineered McLaren vehicle. Featuring Formula 1? technologies and built to our unrivaled standards, your McLaren is one of the most versatile and desired supercars on the road. We understand that you want to ensure your car continues to deliver uncompromising performance through exceptional maintenance as well as through owner care. This is why we offer McLaren Extended Service Contract, covering all factory fitted components for mechanical and electrical failure, to keep your McLaren on the right track.

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The McLaren Extended Service Contract is available on McLaren vehicles* that are under five years of age, have covered 100,000 miles or less at the time of purchasing the policy and have been owned for a minimum of 90 days. Extended Service Contract can also be purchased from Mclaren Sterling on both a New and McLaren Qualified Pre-Owned vehicle.

BREADTH OF COVERAGE

The Extended Service Contract covers all factory fitted components for mechanical and electrical failure, such as drivetrain and suspension systems, and includes labor. The total number of claims over the course of the policy is unlimited, and while the cost of one claim can be up to the value of the vehicle at the time the policy was purchased, all claims must be under this total value, allowing you the peace of mind to enjoy your McLaren day in, day out.

The only exceptions are:

  • General maintenance, serviceable items and routine adjustments required by wear and tear
  • Batteries, tires, wheels, wheel balancing and/or alignment
  • Paintwork, Bodywork, trims and upholstery
  • Aftermarket accessories or non-original equipment, components and systems not installed by the manufacturer
  • Damage through incorrect or contaminated fuel
  • Clutch renewal due to incorrect adjustment, misuse or wear and tear
  • Water ingress
  • Software upgrades (unless part of a valid claim).

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ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE*

Keeping your McLaren on the right track, wherever you may be, McLaren Extended Service Contract Roadside Assistance cover is an integral part of the Extended Service Contract program and includes:

  • Roadside Assistance and Home Start. Whether you're near home or experiencing a driving adventure far away, we will send one of our highly trained roadside engineers to your assistance should you need a helping hand with your McLaren.
  • Recovery. In the unlikely event that you require recovery services while away from home, we will take you and your passengers to a destination of your choice.

ONWARD TRAVEL*

Should we recover your vehicle and not be able to fix it on the spot, or arrange a local repair, we are happy to assist with alternative travel arrangements to get you to your destination (subject to authorization).

This would allow you to choose from:

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^Please note, that you will not be entitled to a like-for-like replacement vehicle and all vehicles supplied will be subject to the terms and conditions of the hire car company who may require a deposit.

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McLaren Warranty Can Be Extended Up to 12 Years

In terms of corrosion and perforation, even the 570Scomes with a 5-year warranty for that. That’s nice and all, but what happens after the warranty expires? McLaren thought hard about this circumstance and, to the satisfaction of existing and future owners, announced that the Extended Warranty can be renewed up to the vehicle’s 12th birthday.

Good news for high-mileage drivers, then, especially the Japanese lawyerwith the green P1 and the Swiss ownerof a 12C Spider with more than 81,000 miles (130,000 kilometers) showing on the clock. Jokes aside, high-performance machines need high-quality regular maintenance. With an extended warranty, McLaren owners and their beloved cars can rest easy.

Before this announcement, the McLaren Extended Warranty could’ve been extended up to the vehicle’s 7th anniversary. Things covered by the plan include the majority of factory-fitted parts. Available for Super and Sports Series models, extended warrantyguarantees the use of genuine parts, roadside assistance (only in select markets), as well as unlimited mileage cover. The scheme is available on two conditions: no more than 100,000 miles (160,000 kilometers) and at least 90 days of ownership.

For purchase directly from McLarendealers, the cover can be bought for the duration of 1 or 2 years no later than prior to the vehicle’s 10th anniversary. At the present moment, however, the 12-year Extended Warranty plan is not available in Australia and the Republic of China. Fret not, though, because McLaren is cooking something up for 2017 for these two markets.

“Owners want the reassurance that their car will still be looked after to the same standards with which it was built. And they want to continue to enjoy their McLaren without worry. Sometimes daily,”declared Carl Whipp, the Aftersales Director at McLaren’s passenger car division. “It’s for them that we launched the Extended Warranty and now with this further enhancement to the coverage period, it will continue to give complete peace of mind."

Mind you, thinks like the clutch assembly, spark plugs, paintwork, and damage caused by contaminated fuel are excluded from the Extended Warranty.
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McLaren Extended Warranty: A Reliable Way to Protect Your Vehicle

What IS Included with the McLaren Extended Warranty

What is included in the coverage is the most important factor while choosing a good warranty. The maximum claim liability is the purchase value of the car at the time of purchase of the warranty. The number of claims, however, is unlimited as long as its accumulated costs don’t surpass the purchase value.

Bumper-to-Bumper and Powertrain

The McLaren Extended warranty contract covers the costs, including labor, of all factory-installed components for mechanical and electrical failure. They do replacements with McLaren’s genuine parts or remanufactured components. The bumper-to-bumper and powertrain coverage duration is 12 years or 75,000 miles, whichever comes first.

This warranty covers your car’s engine, transmission, supercharger, fuel systems, locksmith, drive axles, electrical components, high-tech electronics, cooling, ABS, turbo, anti-lock brakes, and suspension.

Additional Coverage

This warranty coverage also offers a travel policy that covers any failure in any country where there is a McLaren Retailer. The warranty contract will be honored up to six months after the date of entry of the vehicle into the country.

The McLaren roadside assistance service is just one phone call away. The roadside assistance benefit covers up to $1,000 for each assistance case. The contracts include tow and hook up, roadside services, tolls, storage, loss of vehicle, trip interruption, and other expenses that are subject to the cost limits.

Also, the roadside benefits include emergency lockout service up to $100 per call, reunite service for trips interruption only, and McLaren Retailer Locator service. The vehicle is towed to the nearest authorized McLaren dealer or service representative.

The trip interruption benefits include two nights stay in a four or five-star hotel, reasonable meal expenses, seventy-two hours of car rental, and repaired vehicle reunite service. These benefits will only apply in cases where the dealer or service representative is located more than 150 miles or more from your home. In the case that the limited costs are going to be exceeded, the client needs prior authorization by a representative of McLaren Automotive.

What’s NOT Included with the McLaren Extended Warranty

The McLaren Extended warranty has some exclusions. One of these exclusions is the maintenance, adjustments, or scheduled services of any parts due to wear and tear. These parts include, but are not limited to, spark plugs, bulbs, filters, fluids, lubricants, and brake pads.

Also, the warranty costs don’t include the replacement of batteries, tires, wheels, windscreens, and glass. In addition, any damage caused by exposure to the elements that affect the paintwork, bodywork, and upholstery is not included.

If the McLaren dealer or service representative detected any tampered parts or non-original components, the warranty will not cover the repair costs. And if the damage was caused by the use of contaminated fuel, then the McLaren extended service contract will be null and void.

If the damage is caused by a fault that was present before the application of the contract, the lack of good maintenance, or a component that has a design fault, then the warranty will not cover it. And it doesn’t cover the repair costs if the car was subjected to a software update unless it was made in a previous claim.

The Advantages of the McLaren Extended Warranty

If you are planning to buy a supercar, your car deserves to be maintained as per the factory standards. This can be applied to any supercar, like Ferrari, Porsche, or Lamborghini. But when it comes to McLaren cars, when it’s time to replace their precision-engineered factory-fitted components, only McLaren Genuine Parts will do. McLaren guarantees performance by using their Academy-trained technicians in McLaren Retailers.

McLaren’s extended warranty is quite comprehensive and has a long bumper-to-bumper and powertrain duration. It will cover any mechanical or electrical failure and give you unlimited numbers of claims, and the contract will be honored in other countries and cover labor costs. And let’s not forget about the excellent Roadside Assistance service that can include hotel stays, towing service, and up to $1,000 in repair costs.

The Drawbacks of the McLaren Extended Warranty

One of the drawbacks of the McLaren Extended warranty is that it’s available only for cars under 10 years old with less than 75,000 miles on the clock. This warranty is available on cars like the 570S Spider, McLaren MP4-12C, or McLaren 570GT.

Also, the extended warranty service is only available for new purchases or certified pre-owned vehicles. It doesn’t matter if your car has low mileage; if your car is older than 12 years old, then you cannot apply for this service.

Another drawback is that it doesn’t cover any damage caused by exposure to the elements like water or ice. It doesn’t cover any costs for the replacement of batteries, tires, and glass. Also, the coverage doesn’t include general maintenance costs, like the replacement of any part due to wear and tear.

Takeaway Value

With the McLaren Extended Warranty, you can keep your supercar up to factory standards. It covers a lot of the costs of any electrical and mechanical failure, and it uses McLaren genuine parts to replace the damaged ones. Although it has some exclusions like any other warranty, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. Therefore, it can be concluded that McLaren’s extended warranty is a reliable way to protect your vehicle for a longer duration.

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McLaren announces 12-year extended warranty

McLaren announces 12-year extended warranty

McLaren is boosting its available factory warranty.

A supercar isn't exactly cheap to keep going for the long haul, but McLaren is making the financial part of super car ownership a little easier to manage with a newly available extended warranty.

Until now, McLaren owners were limited to a measly seven years of available warranty coverage. But as of Friday, McLaren owners can cover their pride and joy with up to 12-years of factory-backed coverage.

The extended warranty is available for owners of McLaren Sport and Super Series vehicles that have covered less than 100,000 miles and have been owned for at least 90-days. The warranty can be purchased any time prior to the car's 10th birthday.

"Owners want the reassurance that their car will still be looked after to the same standards with which it was built,” said Carl Whipp, Aftersales Director at McLaren Automotive. "And they want to continue to enjoy their McLaren without worry. Sometimes daily. It's for them that we launched the Extended Warranty and now with this further enhancement to the coverage period, it will continue to give complete peace of mind … right up to the car's 12th birthday.”

McLaren says the extended warranty program includes unlimited mileage, roadside assistance and the exclusive fitment of McLaren Genuine Parts. McLaren says the warranty covers the "majority of factory-fitted components.”

McLaren didn't announce pricing for the program, but the extended warranty can be purchased in increments of 12- and 24-months through authorized retailers.

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  • McLarens in the supercar maker’s certified pre-owned program have gone through what the company calls a rigorous program.
  • The company says the cars in the program have gone through a complete inspection and are in prime condition.
  • The CPO cars also come with a one-year warranty.

Used-car prices have been going nuts for months. We’ve done several stories with a bunch of explanations from the chip shortage to the rental car shortage, all looking at why used-car prices are skyrocketing—in some cases to higher than what the car cost when new. Sounds like a certified pre-owned program would be a great way to capitalize on the craze and give customers a little peace of mind to boot. Even a supercar maker like McLaren is getting in on the act.

For a McLaren to get the automaker’s certified stamp of approval, the company says it must be in “prime” condition and pass a comprehensive, multi-point exam. McLaren says the exam includes checking that each car has received all servicing and maintenance and has McLaren approved tires with at least 3 mm of tread left. It will be prepped so it is “immaculate” inside and out, the company says, and will only be fitted with genuine McLaren parts.

“Fifty years of motor-racing has instilled in us the importance of qualifying, of starting each race in the best possible position, of making sure every single element of our cars is tuned and performing to perfection,” the automaker said. “This is why we put everyone of our pre-owned McLarens through the same rigorous checking process. It’s your reassurance that every certified pre-owned McLaren is in first-class condition.”

Each CPO McLaren will have a one-year warranty, minimum, including road-side assistance. There is no mileage limit, and the warranty covers the cost of parts and labor for eligible repairs done at McLaren dealers and service centers by McLaren-trained technicians. The warranty covers all factory fitted components with no limit to the number of claims and is upgradable to two years if you wish.

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The CPO program includes some of the same opportunities as a customer buying a new McLaren such as access to the “ever-expanding” McLaren events calendar.

“Our mission is not only to build the best supercars in the world, but also to offer the best ownership experience,” said McLaren Automotive boss Mike Flewitt. “McLaren Certified delivers that commitment on pre-owned McLaren cars from our retailers through the promise of quality and exclusivity with full factory support.”

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