Extended warranties are very expensive.
If you buy an extended warranty, only buy the one from the manufacturer, not from a 3rd party.
Extended warranties kick in at the point you bought the car, retroactively. So if you buy a 5 year extended warranty, and your vehicle has a 3 year warranty, the extended warranty is only for 2 additional years. Some benefits, like a loaner car, will kick in right away.
Like a casino, the house wins with extended warranties. Rarely do they pay off for the consumer.
Sometimes, dealers offer manufacturer extended warranties over the internet for much less than your local dealer may charge, and Toyota seems to have that option also, per Housedoc.
Your Camry Hybrid already has a long warranty on the hybrid-related parts. I owned a Ford Fusion Hybrid for 9 years and close to 80,000 miles. Besides oil changes, tire rotation (and replacement of all four one time), and rear brakes (rusted), there was no other maintenance needed. Just bought a Ford Fusion Energi (PHEV), and wouldn't consider an extended warranty.
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