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Old 08-31-2004, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just bought an 02 330ci last week. It had 30,291 miles when I picked it up, and 30,495 today.

I asked my dealer about extending the maintance agreement, and he said I could not extend the agreement because I am past the 30,000 mark.

I called BMW NA also and they said no go.

Anyone have an idea on how to get around this??

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Old 09-01-2004, 01:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My understanding was that you could extend as long as you were still under the original agreement. I believe that was 3/36, right?
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Old 09-01-2004, 02:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Sorry for the stupidity. It had 36,291 miles when I picked it up, and 36,495 today.

Thanks for pointing that out. I am JUST outside the 36K.
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Old 09-01-2004, 08:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm going to look into the same thing. I just picked up my 2003 330xi today and it has 16030 on the odometer. I wass told it still has the remainder of the 4 year/50k on it. Do I need to do anything to transfer the warranty or the maintenance agreement?

I was told that the dealer just looks up the VIN.

Any info appreciated.
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You can purchase a warranty from a third party, thats what I had to do with my 01. Only problem is they really only cover major repairs, and not fairly minor stuff.

Heritage is a good company to purchase from, but i dont know how to get a service contract from them without going through a dealership... they have no website, but i could provide you with their phone # if u want.

Perhaps your BMW dealership offers a 3rd party warranty?
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You're Outve Lucky bro. Let me tell ya a story.

I bought my car back in 01 with 5,000 miles, it belonged to the owner. WHen i bought it the car was registered to me as a new car, Hence My warranty was supposed to be My OWN 50,000 miles not his and mine combined. I take it in for a service today they gave me the run around and basically told me warranty was up, nothing we are doing about it. Although they did compensate me buy taking off all labor charges.
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Ouch. Not suprising though. Every car I've bought, where the original warranty is concerned, was covered from the date of first purchase/registration or a total mileage limit (total on the odometer). Manufacturers don't care who put the miles on the car, they only warranty it for the total mileage limit...
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