On February 18, 2013 I purchased a nice '04 Toyota Camry. On April 1, 2013 I took the car in for service because a strange annoying noise was coming from under the hood. Turns out the timing belt was worn down and about to pop. Then they called and told me the price. I haven't had this car for two months and I'm looking at paying out of pocket close to $400 ($100 to discover the problem & $289 to replace the belt) when my dumb *** paid for the extended warranty. That's right, I bought and paid for the extended warranty when I bought the car. Did it take a vacation? Then, this is the best part, the guy who called me to tell me the price to fix it, was explaining how these belts should be replaced every five years which qualifies as a regular maintenance item so my warranty won't cover the costs for repairs. Haven't had the car for two months. My advice, when you buy a car from Chuck Hutton, take a mechanic with you.