Cars covered by the law include any car that:
The wording on that page seems to be in conflict with the "Bill of Rights" near the bottom.
- Was covered by a warranty at original delivery; AND
- Was purchased, leased or transferred within the earlier of 18,000 miles or two years from the date of original delivery; AND
- Was either purchased, leased or transferred in New York State or is presently registered in the state; AND
- Is used primarily for personal purposes.
I don't see the conflict. "In addition to (Subaru's 3 year/36K and other warranties), your new car... is (ALSO/AT LEAST) warranted... for 18,000 miles or two years (from purchase)...""In addition to any warranties offered by the manufacturer, your new car, if purchased and registered in New York State, is warranted against all material defects for 18,000 miles or two years, whichever comes first."
So, the car was purchased as an original purchase, well within the 18K/2 year requirement, and, Subaru offers bumper to bumper warranty for the first 3 years/36K miles, plus the state of NY mandates the warranty be at least 2 years/18K miles (which Subaru's warranty exceeds).