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      02-24-2011, 09:34 PM   #23
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Guys its part of CPO program everything has to be oem on the car or it can't be CPO'd. If he was returning the to BMW financial they would charge you for tires so long as they were all matching and met the tread depth spec. The dealer must be charging you the cost of the CPO as well don't forget to factor that into the deal.
When I bought my CPO E36 M3 back in 2001, it was a 1998 model, it came with the wrong size Sumitomo tires. So I call BS on this unless something has changed.
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      02-24-2011, 10:47 PM   #24
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Dude, the dealer is BS'n with you. At the end of the day, you are BUYING back your leased car. Why does it matter what tires you give them? Like I said, I returned my last lease vehicle with some doo doo tires and never got a fee or fine.
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      02-24-2011, 11:20 PM   #25
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Seriously, dealers are so full of shit sometimes. I can understand if they are hassling you because they want the car back for selling, but if you're buying what the heck is the problem? Thank god I just stored my OEM tires until lease return.
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      02-24-2011, 11:41 PM   #26
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People, read the thread, dealer is right:

"So far the deal has been pretty easy going, they are buying the car, CPO inspecting it (2014 or 100k miles) and selling it back to me for same as buyout price."

I assume that their buyout price is less than yours and they will make a little on this easy deal.

In order for the dealer to CPO the car it needs to have right tires on it. So $1,700 for CPO warranty and brand new tires is a good deal. Just bite the bullet.

This is DIFFERENT then buying out a lease or returning a lease. Neither of these processes involves CPO process. OP is not buying out his lease, as the lease is under his company. I assume that if you forgo the CPO certification there will be no issue with tires.
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      02-25-2011, 12:24 AM   #27
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Unfortunately its sad to say but dealer is right since its a lease in the beggining and i ur going to buy it back from them its a policy that the car must have the original to CPO the car.... Take the tires out and sell it an buy the tires that BMW approve of it and since ur going to buy it back CPO at this point ill take it at least its CPO....
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In order for the dealer to CPO the car it needs to have right tires on it. So $1,700 for CPO warranty and brand new tires is a good deal. Just bite the bullet.

This is DIFFERENT then buying out a lease or returning a lease. Neither of these processes involves CPO process. OP is not buying out his lease, as the lease is under his company. I assume that if you forgo the CPO certification there will be no issue with tires.
Actually the company has been paying, but the whole lease and registration is in my name. They are also charging me for the CPO process..
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It doesn't sound to me like you're being screwed with; it's just the hassle of the CPO process. Can you just buy an extended warranty instead of doing CPO? Which dealer is this anyway?
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I don't even change my underwear that often.....
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      02-25-2011, 08:11 AM   #31
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Ok now thats bs... Call BMW and find out whats up it seems like they dont want to sell u the car...


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In order for the dealer to CPO the car it needs to have right tires on it. So $1,700 for CPO warranty and brand new tires is a good deal. Just bite the bullet.

This is DIFFERENT then buying out a lease or returning a lease. Neither of these processes involves CPO process. OP is not buying out his lease, as the lease is under his company. I assume that if you forgo the CPO certification there will be no issue with tires.
Actually the company has been paying, but the whole lease and registration is in my name. They are also charging me for the CPO process..
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Haha, this is nuts. I retuned my M6 with 3 different tires on all all in different condition and no one said a word. All they wanted was 2/32" worth of tread. Call BMW of north america and complain, they really will help you
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