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      10-18-2021, 10:52 AM   #3015
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Yes, pretty much! They have a 7-day 'test drive' period during which you can return the car for pretty much any reason. They also say you have a 100-day warranty period for repairs, but I took it into my shop during that initial 7-day period as I felt I would have the most leverage at that point. Carvana actually uses a 3rd party warranty company, Silver Rock, to handle/pay their repair claims. The process was a bit disconnected (no cross-talk between SilverRock and Carvana, I had to call and fill Carvana in on what was happening several times/request an extension of the return period) and it took a couple weeks, but everything they found was taken care of.
Wow, nice! Thanks for the info. I wasn't aware of how customer-friendly they would be post-sale. Good to know.
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Year and Model: 2009 E92 M3 Late March build individual color
Miles: 96666
Options: Fully loaded, carbon roof, rear shade, black interior
Transmission: DCT

$30000 USD

I'm pretty sure this was previously an IND featured build so it had lots of aftermarket goodies and recently had thousands done in maintenance including RB(ACL&ARP)/TA/fuel injectors/plugs/fuel sending unit/fuel breather/fuel pressure sensor/DCT service. PO even gave me a box of unused coils he had bought to troubleshoot what ended up being an unrelated problem.
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When purchased: October 1 2021
Year and Model: 2009 E92 M3 Late March build individual color
Miles: 96666
Options: Fully loaded, carbon roof, rear shade, black interior
Transmission: DCT

$30000 USD

I'm pretty sure this was previously an IND featured build so it had lots of aftermarket goodies and recently had thousands done in maintenance including RB(ACL&ARP)/TA/fuel injectors/plugs/fuel sending unit/fuel breather/fuel pressure sensor/DCT service. PO even gave me a box of unused coils he had bought to troubleshoot what ended up being an unrelated problem.
What color?
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Dakar Yellow

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Yes, pretty much! They have a 7-day 'test drive' period during which you can return the car for pretty much any reason. They also say you have a 100-day warranty period for repairs, but I took it into my shop during that initial 7-day period as I felt I would have the most leverage at that point. Carvana actually uses a 3rd party warranty company, Silver Rock, to handle/pay their repair claims. The process was a bit disconnected (no cross-talk between SilverRock and Carvana, I had to call and fill Carvana in on what was happening several times/request an extension of the return period) and it took a couple weeks, but everything they found was taken care of.
Sounds like a pretty good deal, do you think they would've covered the rod bearings?
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Yes, pretty much! They have a 7-day 'test drive' period during which you can return the car for pretty much any reason. They also say you have a 100-day warranty period for repairs, but I took it into my shop during that initial 7-day period as I felt I would have the most leverage at that point. Carvana actually uses a 3rd party warranty company, Silver Rock, to handle/pay their repair claims. The process was a bit disconnected (no cross-talk between SilverRock and Carvana, I had to call and fill Carvana in on what was happening several times/request an extension of the return period) and it took a couple weeks, but everything they found was taken care of.
Sounds like a pretty good deal, do you think they would've covered the rod bearings?
I can verify the same with my Carvana purchase. Only 29k miles on mine and they covered a $7k bill.

While they won't cover rod bearings, since it is preventative, we found that the oil drain nut was stripped and cross-threaded. Silverlight paid for a whole new pan and motor mounts. At that point, I only paid for parts since the labor was done.

I also had them cover: brand new headlights due to condensation, all four wheels refinished, and diff pinion seals.

I've heard of at least one other m3 with a similar drain nut problem from Carvana. Their in-house mechanics could use some additional training.
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