BMW ups Extended Maintenance Plan on certified 2007 models

News | February 7th, 2010 by 15
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Automotive News reports that BMW of North America is upping the ante on its no-cost maintenance plan, adding an additional two years or 50,000 miles …

Automotive News reports that BMW of North America is upping the ante on its no-cost maintenance plan, adding an additional two years or 50,000 miles on select certified pre-owned 2007 models sold between Feb. 2 and March 31.

The warranty upgrade becomes active after the four-years standard plan or 50,000-mile warranty expires. Customers that own a 2007 3 Series, 5 Series and 7 Series model, are eligible to receive the plan upgrade up to six years or 100,000 miles.

The BMW extended warranty has the some guidelines as the original warranty, free service inspections, oil service, wiper blades, and normal wear and tear, like oxygen sensors and brake and clutch replacements. In a ballpark estimation, BMW estimates the customers are saving $1,800 over two years by being protected by this extension.

BMW ups Extended Maintenance Plan on certified 2007 models

Last year, BMW’s certified pre-owned sales rose 9.5 percent to 114,423. The increase was a new record year for the program and BMW North America continues to have high expectations in 2010 as well.

[Source: Automotive News ]

  • Tom

    So this is a free addition? I just bought mine jan 22. Would I be eligible to fit into this….I wonder. Ill give BMWNA a call !!

    • Curt

      Tom

      I purchased a 2007 530xi on January 18. Did you have any luck in getting the maintenance plan on your purchase? I am wondering if I would be eligible.

      • Tom

        Congrats on the 5er!!
        I had the option of taking or extending the maintenance, and still do actually. However, after crunching the numbers, maybe its not worth it…. I may stilll change my mind before it runs out on December 27, 2010.
        The cost is like $2200 if I remember correctly.

  • Mitchell

    Wasnt this already part of CPO at an additional cost? So is this free?

  • Doug

    Hey… isn’t that a <2005? I mean, really, Horatiu!

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      Actually, not really….Here is what new thing is: Extended Maintenance Plan to go along with the CPO warranty, a bit different than before.

      • Doug

        Oh, I was kidding about the stock photo!

  • Harry

    Have BMW had this kinda promo before?

  • Richard

    At BMWUSA.com, the cost of this extended maintenance program is $2,095 for 328i coupe. However, my local dealer will charge me $2,680 to purchase the extended maintenance program for a 2007 Certified Pre-Owned 328i coupe.

    Can the dealer charge more than what is shown at BMWUSA.com?

  • 3xtime buyer

    I had purchase a 525I IN january 27th. the dealer told me that the car comes with the extended warranty however they said before I reach 65000 miles we needed to upgrade the plan. Now I’m being told by my advisior that it’s at 55000. I don’t understand why everyone cannot be on the same page. If that was the case I could of added to my loan but no now I have to come up with approx $2300. + tax.

    I brought another BMW 08 1 series and was never told that they have an awesome plan for the tires until after I gave them the check for the car. This to could of been added to my loan. I could of still sign up for the deal but i now have to paid in cash. once again I lost out oin a great deal. Why don’t this people tell you this before you make the final deal or finalize the paperwork. Now somebody tell the real story about the upgrade

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  • Bryan

    I just bought a 2007 X5 from a Infinity dealer. It has 73000 miles on it. I was told that it was traded in with a CPO warranty. Does this warranty transfer to me and how do I check to see when the CPO warranty expires.

  • Bryan

    I just bought a 2007 X5 from a Infinity dealer. It has 73000 miles on it. I was told that it was traded in with a CPO warranty. Does this warranty transfer to me and how do I check to see when the CPO warranty expires.

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