I purchased a 2014 Hyundai Elantra Limited early in 2020. When finalizing the sale I was asked if I wanted an extended warranty on the vehicle. Given the year of the car we thought this would be a good investment. The cost of the Extended Warranty was $3,004.00 The person at Eagle Ridge GM told us a few times during his sales pitch that the warranty was "bumper to bumper" which clearly implies all repairs, subject to a deductible, would be covered. Soon after the purchase we began to run into a series of engine warning light issues (4 visits and repairs at a Hyundai dealership) that was finally resolved after spending over $700 in repairs. Of course, none of this cost was covered by the warranty. My issue with Eagle Ridge GM is what I consider a very misleading manner in selling me the extended warranty. We relied on the assurance given by the the employee selling the extended warranty that repair costs would be covered by his stated "bumper to bumper" coverage. We wrote Eagle Ridge GM on May 18, 2020 about this and never received so much as a reply to our issue. If you intend on purchasing a vehicle there don't get caught simply believing what you are told. Buyer beware!