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      11-05-2012, 11:53 AM   #1
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question regarding certified pre owned warranty coverage

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I did some looking with the search feature and found a fair amount of info about what the warranty covers and how much it costs but didnt find specifically what I was looking for.

Basically i bought my car in 2010 as a CPO model with only a couple thousand miles on it. I have CPO warranty until 5/2015 and my question is once I am outside of the factory warranty and into the CPO warranty do I just simply still show up to the BMW dealership and expect to receive a loaner car? is the only difference that I have to pay the $50 deductible?

also - I assume that the standard CPO warranty will no longer cover the replacement of general maintenance items such as brake pads, oil change, etc - would this be correct? (sorry, this info is 100% available in the search area but figured i would add it in as well...)
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      11-05-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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[quote=dibxna;12944132]hey all -

I did some looking with the search feature and found a fair amount of info about what the warranty covers and how much it costs but didnt find specifically what I was looking for.

Basically i bought my car in 2010 as a CPO model with only a couple thousand miles on it. I have CPO warranty until 5/2015 and my question is once I am outside of the factory warranty and into the CPO warranty do I just simply still show up to the BMW dealership and expect to receive a loaner car? is the only difference that I have to pay the $50 deductible?

also - I assume that the standard CPO warranty will no longer cover the replacement of general maintenance items such as brake pads, oil change, etc - would this be correct? (sorry, this info is 100% available in the search area but figured i would add it in as well...)[/QUOTE]


warranty and maintenance are 2 totally diff things. read up on it; any specifics questions why not ask the dealer and your SA who will be the one servicing the car.
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CPO warranty IS NOT bumper to bumper. Loaner cars are never automatic, dealer/relationship dependent.

There is an extended maintenance that would cover the things you listed like brakes, wipers.
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Like Car54 said, Maintenance is a separate policy you have to buy.
Most dealer will NOT give a loaner for a CPO car.

What's typically covered is powertrain (not sure about the tranny), and electronics. The folding mirrors failed on my old X5 and it was covered.

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I have had 2 CPO cars and the only difference was the $50 copay. I never had a CPO item ever not replaced under warranty and I received a loaner every time I go to my dealer
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Best to just read this-

http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Conte...nty/Terms.aspx
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Basically i bought my car in 2010 as a CPO model with only a couple thousand miles on it. I have CPO warranty until 5/2015 and my question is once I am outside of the factory warranty and into the CPO warranty do I just simply still show up to the BMW dealership and expect to receive a loaner car? is the only difference that I have to pay the $50 deductible?
CPO will not cover a battery, trim items, certain hoses, belts, water leaks, noises (dash/wind/etc); but for the most part, the pricey items are covered.

If a loaner is available, I'm sure they will put you in one.
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Doesn't cover radio or dead pixels. I used to not get a BMW loaner, but an enterprise rental....it seemed to be dependent on your relationship and the dealer. They usually provided something for me.
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