Way back it was 60k no limit on age of car, but cars live longer nowadrian77 said:Yes its the comprehensive one which covers just about everything apart from wear and tear service items. It's about £70/mth including roadside recovery so will probably go for it as an unforeseen repair could be very expensive. I'm not sure how many years you can keep extending it, the only restriction I could see was exceeding 100,000m?
mine was around the £600 a year mark for my ///M until they stopped allowing the renewal.Boysie said:
That was either a very long time ago, or not the full coverboard said:
Just renewned mine 5mins ago,asked the question and as long as its serviced to as per service intervals it does not have to be an actual BMW garage,i actually use my local bmw indieNeRo said:Please note - other Warranty Companies are available
IIRC you had to have your car serviced by a BMW dealer, to maintain the warranty?
About 8 - 10 years ago. BMW stopped the renewals so everyone was clambering for a different warranty supplier and the car club got a deal with one i think but can't remember who. I never paid over £800 and had everything covered with the guaranteed MOT passing etc. (obviously as long as it's not the wear and tear items failing it).Boysie said:That was either a very long time ago, or not the full coverboard said:
As they started to split the cost of cover into different amounts
As people had started to stop extending their warranty
£1200-ouch,must be cause its an M,just done mine today all inc £100-excess Z4 3.0 £437. I worry most about the reported dodgy steering box,and roof motor.And the rear springs .gookah said:I have just renewed my BMW warranty on the M. £36 per month for engine and drivetrain only and a £250 excess.
Last year I paid £1200 all inclusive with no excess and cancelled it after 6 months.
The engine/ box is the thing I worry about most,