I purchased an extended warranty when the coach was new, on the coach only, not chassis and drive train. Without it I would have spent a great deal more on repairs than it cost me. Fortunately all the breakdowns but one occurred close enough to home or were non disabling where I could go back to the selling dealer. The short Winnebago warranty just doesn't cut it. Things continue to go bad long after the original warranty expires. Unless you are very mechanical and have a working knowledge of how to fix the coach I would go for it. When my engine and trans factory warranty expires (as of now) I plan to get an extended one for them. On the other hand I would not buy one for a new car purchase.
07 Itasca Ellipse 40fd, 2014 Honda CRV, greyhound lab mix, pit pointer mix(RIP bessie) , shar pei mix, stupid cat, wife