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I was in for service a few weeks back and they told me a new BMW backed plan is coming out, but didn't have prices just yet. Anyone gotten a full pitch or materials on this?

I've got the thing paid off and I plan on taking it at least another 3 years, and even if it is just like pre-paying for parts w/o interest, I fear the cost of this thing going forward.
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Yeah, I too was wondering if it's worth it. I just got a used 03 330Ci with 13K on it. The dealer told me that I can buy the 6 year 100K miles full maintenance package for $1295. Again, ONLY maintenance like oil change, inspection I, II, replacemant of break pads, oxygen sensor, etc. Not warrantee. For the price, do you think it's a lot? I use my car for daily driving, about 16K a year.
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that sounds like a pretty good deal seeing as how just one set of pads and rotors would cost that much (from them)

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Yeah, I too was wondering if it's worth it. I just got a used 03 330Ci with 13K on it.
Just wondering - how much did the 330Ci cost?
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I paid $32,500 out the door at Silver Spring, Maryland. It has Xenon lights, Sports package, and Power Moonroof. After my purchase, I tried to look for a similar deal on both eBay as well as Cars.com, but nothing came close
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I'd say you did quite well on that price! Enjoy your ride!
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