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      03-15-2013, 05:09 PM   #67
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Tell him Andrew from the forums sent you, he should be able to work out something great.

Just googled 'fladeboe'. Looks like a honda/vw/buick dealership in CA. How is that helping any of us get an OEM BMW warranty?
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      04-26-2013, 09:25 PM   #68
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Bumping this thread...

Was at dealer for service today on my 09 M with 6800 miles. Found out my warranty expires on the 30th. My S/A- told me to extend 100k coverage was $3200. After reading through this thread- that seems cheap as to what some of you are being quoted?
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      04-26-2013, 11:17 PM   #69
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Was at dealer for service today on my 09 M with 6800 miles. Found out my warranty expires on the 30th. My S/A- told me to extend 100k coverage was $3200. After reading through this thread- that seems cheap as to what some of you are being quoted?
BMW raised prices on 4/1/13.

I just purchased a 6yr/70k powertrain plus from Daniel Dutton at Pacific BMW. The price was about $2600. That was the best price available of any dealer I contacted. I bought an OEM BMW warranty because I have heard too many horror stories about 3rd party warranty companies denying claims.

Find out from your dealer if the price is for an OEM BMW warranty or 3rd party. There are 3 types of packages: Powertrain plus, gold and platinum.

Also, BMW started the new 6yr/70K plan recently...you may look into that if you don't plan on driving the car much. Remember, the warranty starts from the original "in-service" date of the car. It was the best deal for me as the powertrain plus will cover catastrophic engine or trans (DCT) failures and the price was better than the $6K BMW wants for the "platinum" coverage.

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Bumping this thread...

Was at dealer for service today on my 09 M with 6800 miles. Found out my warranty expires on the 30th. My S/A- told me to extend 100k coverage was $3200. After reading through this thread- that seems cheap as to what some of you are being quoted?
What package did you get for $3200 and how long is the coverage? This is an excellent price on an M car.
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      04-27-2013, 01:03 AM   #71
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Haven't gotten anything yet. Simply inquired today...

Will get more details about which warranty/ and what it covers. But 99% sure it's by BMW and not 3rd party.
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      07-08-2013, 05:58 PM   #72
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Talking About to go out of Original Warranty

Any news on Extended Warranties? I go out of warranty in a few days, with only 11,000 miles on my '09. Not anxious to go naked on this car. Thanks.
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      08-30-2013, 11:49 AM   #73
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BMW raised prices on 4/1/13.

I just purchased a 6yr/70k powertrain plus from Daniel Dutton at Pacific BMW. The price was about $2600. That was the best price available of any dealer I contacted. I bought an OEM BMW warranty because I have heard too many horror stories about 3rd party warranty companies denying claims.

Find out from your dealer if the price is for an OEM BMW warranty or 3rd party. There are 3 types of packages: Powertrain plus, gold and platinum.

Also, BMW started the new 6yr/70K plan recently...you may look into that if you don't plan on driving the car much. Remember, the warranty starts from the original "in-service" date of the car. It was the best deal for me as the powertrain plus will cover catastrophic engine or trans (DCT) failures and the price was better than the $6K BMW wants for the "platinum" coverage.

Good luck!
I'm going to try contacting Daniel as well.
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      10-18-2013, 12:42 AM   #74
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Did anyone get any prices from Daniel? I am also interested in getting a extended warranty.
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      12-27-2013, 05:44 AM   #75
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I am interested in getting the BMW Gold plan 3 year 100,000 miles.
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This is what USAA quoted me:

2011 BMW M3 / RWD Gas / 37250 miles

Available Plans Date or Mileage Expiration (whichever comes first) Cost
Comprehensive Protection Plan 48 months from purchase date or at 100,000 miles on odometer One payment of $6,971.62
or Four monthly payments of $1,742.90

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They quoted me $6994.64 for 48 months or 100,000 miles.
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      01-04-2014, 01:10 PM   #78
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I'm interested as well!
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Bumping thread again. Currently looking for extended warranty on 2011 with 20K miles on the clock. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance fellas.
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      01-22-2014, 04:41 PM   #80
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This is what USAA quoted me:

2011 BMW M3 / RWD Gas / 37250 miles

Available Plans Date or Mileage Expiration (whichever comes first) Cost
Comprehensive Protection Plan 48 months from purchase date or at 100,000 miles on odometer One payment of $6,971.62
or Four monthly payments of $1,742.90

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They quoted me $6994.64 for 48 months or 100,000 miles.

i wonder why your usaa quote was so high? mine was 4k for 4 years 48k more miles.
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      01-22-2014, 06:27 PM   #81
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Went through BMW 2 years ago and at the time I paid $5200 for the extend 100k warranty.
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      01-27-2014, 02:22 PM   #82
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i wonder why your usaa quote was so high? mine was 4k for 4 years 48k more miles.
Maybe because I have 45700 miles on the odometer and I have a convertible? IDK???
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      01-27-2014, 03:00 PM   #83
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How does bmw warranty compare with 3rd party like Easy Care that is also offered at BMW dealers?

I've heard 3rd party is as good or better in terms of parts coverage and is cheaper?
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How does bmw warranty compare with 3rd party like Easy Care that is also offered at BMW dealers?

I've heard 3rd party is as good or better in terms of parts coverage and is cheaper?
I heard the exact opposite. This was from a friend that worked at the dealership.
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      01-31-2014, 11:46 PM   #85
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Interesting thanks!
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Any news on Extended Warranties? I go out of warranty in a few days, with only 11,000 miles on my '09. Not anxious to go naked on this car. Thanks.
In my mind, extending the warranty on this car does not sound like a reasonable thing to do.
The math says you've driven the car 6 miles per day or 42 per week. Unless you or some previous owner abused the thing, it's still brand new!
Believe me when I say, BMW knows you are not "going naked" and would looooovvee to to take your money. They don't have the anxiety you have about the car. They know the wear and tear on your car has hardly started and that it is very likely going to go a lot longer than one or two years without them making a payout to you.
Save your money and when you start worrying about the car, go get a bottle of Jack Daniels with it and ....
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In my mind, extending the warranty on this car does not sound like a reasonable thing to do.
The math says you've driven the car 6 miles per day or 42 per week. Unless you or some previous owner abused the thing, it's still brand new!
Believe me when I say, BMW knows you are not "going naked" and would looooovvee to to take your money. They don't have the anxiety you have about the car. They know the wear and tear on your car has hardly started and that it is very likely going to go a lot longer than one or two years without them making a payout to you.
Save your money and when you start worrying about the car, go get a bottle of Jack Daniels with it and ....
My only issue with your statement is the main bearing problems with our E9x M cars. Some of us won't know (unless we test out our oil) if our main bearings are going to fail prematurely. Otherwise, I would have no issue going "naked" on this car until one day the bearings do fail from normal wear and tear, but 10 years from when I bought the car. Then the engine should be cheaper than 18 to 24k for a replacement.
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Couple of quotes for a 2010 M3 from USAA that vary based on mileage:

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