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BMW CPO Information

Contributed by: Zulu95

BMW CPO Program Information

specific CPO inspection guidelines can be found in this pdf document. The following is what CPO covers and doesn't cover.

What's Covered:

In general : The Certified

Pre-Owned BMW Limited Warranty is designed to protect owners from defects
in materials and workmanship on covered parts and components. The broad
coverage includes the parts and systems listed below except where specifically
noted in the "Not Covered" section of The Certified Pre-Owned
BMW Protection Plan Consumer Information Statement (available for examination
at your BMW center):


Automatic/Manual Transmission

Final Drive Assembly, Propeller

Front Suspension

Rear Suspension



ABS Brake System


Air Conditioning/Heating

Cooling System


Fuel System

What's Not Covered.



Maintenance; engine, transmission,
and body adjustments; wheel alignment, balancing or rotation; wiper
blade inserts; engine drive belts; spark plugs; filters; fuses; all
batteries; all hoses and clamps (except air conditioning and power steering);
oils, lubricants, fluids, refrigerants and coolants (except as required
in the course of a covered repair); brake pads and rotors; brake shoes
and drums; manual transmission clutch assemblies; suspension dampers
(shock absorbers/strut elements); exhaust systems; tires.

Wear and Tear

All wear and tear items
as defined in The Certified Pre-Owned BMW Protection Plan Consumer Information
Statement (including all suspension parts and components).

Body and Interior

Paint; glass; headlamps;
bulbs (except instrumentation); mirrors; lenses; body and chassis; body
seals and gaskets; interior and exterior trim, moldings, and fasteners;
upholstery, headliner, carpeting, floor and trunk mats; convertible
top (all components except electronics); air or water leaks; wind or
body noises; wheels; damage due to rust, corrosion, or contamination,
except as covered by the BMW New Vehicle Rust and Corrosion Perforation


Radio/cassette player,
telephone, navigation system, CD changer, or any components of those
systems; non-original equipment parts, components or accessories.

BMW CPO Inspection Guidelines

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