I’d be worried about hidden engine problems - bearings, things like that. Mechanical things don’t run long without oil and we’re assuming it was allowed to run out of oil because of what they replaced.
It seems like you’re just getting the remaining of the basic warranty, according to the interweb.
Basic (mths/miles): 60/60,000
The powertrain is:
The power train warranty, will you get that as well? Power train warranty is what will cover the engine and transmission. Not sure what the basic warranty covers.
And if so, will that still be the remaining warranty as well? In that case, you should get about 9 years/unlimited miles. If that includes the engine plus the work they performed, you should be covered. If that car is as good as they say it is and they did the job right, there shouldn’t be a problem giving you 9 years as you’d get 12 years in 2008, when that car was new.
I’d make sure and get that in writing, what’s covered, etc…
If they don’t want to honor the remaining 9 years of the power train warranty, they clearly suspect that something will go wrong or what they did was only a stop gap measure. In other words, they don’t trust the car enough to give you the warranty you’d normally get.
In that case, walk away.