Yeah, we have also received those extended warranties, which like Tony says is computer generated nonsense. I would hardly think any company would extended a warranty on an auto that is 19 years old and probably over 100,000 miles. That is when trouble with parts wearing out, like the transmission, piston rings, valves, suspension, etc... so the premium on any company that would extend a warranty would be so high that the payment would exceed the current value of the auto. Think how hard it is to get life insurance when over 70 years old and if passing the physical, what the premium would be.
Also, it's something like the economics of full auto insurance being kept on old autos other than liability.
BTW, the Toyota Corolla & Camry has for many years has been one of the best if not the best autos for reliability according to Consumers Reports and other magazines.
One of our vehicles is also 19 years old and we will be buying either a Camry or a Tundra pickup made right here in San Antonio. The wife loves driving a pickup, but it will cost a little more than the Camry. Also, after adding the extras to a Corolla that come standard equipped with the Camrym, the 4 cyl Camry is only slightly more in cost than the Corolla.
Depending on what we buy, we rarely ever get an extended warranty on anything, and have never bought an extended warranty on all the new autos, trucks we have purchased in the past. We didn't even get an extended warranty on our free 42" Plasma TV the wife won.
I get the feeling you also think them sending you that mail is ridiculous.