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      07-18-2018, 08:31 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by Cyanfall View Post
Originally Posted by bimmer456 View Post
25k for a new engine that's more than the car is worth. You can get CPO 2014 for that price. I say get the insurance money. It is probably totaled.
But the op would get a new engine with this 25k, instead of another old engine which could fail in any time soon again.
CPO means it's covered for unlimited miles and up to 2 years. What kind of warranty do they offer on an engine replacement that costs as much as a car? The insurance won't cover it so it's out of pocket. If the CPO is still under the original warranty it will be the balance of the remaining warranty plus 1 year and unlimited miles or 2 years for additional fee.