I just purchased a Toyota Certified 2008 Sequoia Platinum with 36K miles on it. Because the vehicle was certified I can also get an eight year, 100K mile warranty on it with $0 deductible through Toyota for what I think is a pretty good price (but still not cheap). So essentially I would be getting 54 months and 64K miles of coverage since the 8 years begins at the original service date of the vehcile.
So I'm wondering if you guys think the extended warranty is worth it? I still have the 1yr/12K mile bumper-to-bumper warranty that comes with it being cerified and another 42 months and 64K as part of the power train warranty. I've owned Toyota's in the past and I have never had an issue with one of them, but never anything as technologically advanced as the Sequoia (other than my 2008 Suburban that I traded in on it).
I've looked through the forums and I don't see many issues with it, so I'm really torn because I hate throw good money away on a vehicle that may never need it. That being said though, one major repair would easily chew up the premium (air shocks, DVD enterainment system, navi, etc.). So give me your thoughts based on your experiences with the vehicle.