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Old 07-06-2007, 08:58 AM
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Congrats! My last ride was a 330Ci - gone but not forgotten.

Yeah, the extended maintenance price hike was June 1.


BMW parts/service prices across the board are supposedly going to see a 'significant price increase in late '07/'08' according to a local (reputable) dealership. Makes the extended maintenance seem more worthwhile.

Incidentally, looks like twinkidneygrill is still offering extended maintenance for 5'ers for $1,645.

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Old 07-11-2007, 02:37 AM
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Here's a couple of pictures. More to come when I detail it next week. My wife's first mod: Putting Snoopy in his accustomed spot behind the rear window.
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Old 07-11-2007, 02:50 AM
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Just curious: are these MAINTENANCE coverage exclusions covered by the other BMW extended warranty?

Exclusions from Coverage under this PROGRAM
Your PROGRAM provides you with certain MAINTENANCE coverage for your new (or qualified pre-owned) BMW Vehicle. There are components or parts on any vehicle that are subject to gradual deterioration or normal wear and tear as the result of driving habits, conditions or use of the vehicle. Therefore, coverage for items such as (but not limited to) piston rings, valves and valve guides, suspension bushings, ball joints, and tire rod ends, drive shaft flex discs (guibo joint) and other parts and/or components are not covered by the BMW Maintenance Program. Also excluded from coverage are items such as (but not limited to): engine, transmission, body adjustments: all batteries (except remote transmitter batteries replaced as part of a recommended service); suspension dampers (shock absorber/strut elements); all hoses; exhaust systems (including catalytic converters); paint; glass; headlamps; bulbs; mirrors; lenses; body and chassis; body seals and gaskets; moldings/trim (including chrome) and fasteners; convertible top (covering, all components including electronics); air, water, oil or fluid leaks; wind or body noises; tires and wheels; tire balance and rotation; wheel alignment; gasoline and gasoline additive, windshield washer additive (except when used in conjunction with scheduled maintenance), wear and tear of soft trim items, such as: interior and exterior trim, seats, upholstery, headliner, carpeting, floor and trunk mats, door panels; Items reimbursable under your Original New Vehicle Limited Warranty (if applicable); damage due to poor fuel quality, abuse, misuse, neglect, alteration, fire, accident, flood, or other water damage, explosion, improper repair or negligence, altered or unreadable Vehicle Identification Number or odometer irregularities, maintenance or repairs after the vehicle is deemed a total loss, maintenance or repairs performed by other than an Authorized BMW center within the United States or Puerto Rico, vehicles used in competitive events, oil changes or other maintenance performed outside the recommended maintenance intervals as indicated by the service interval indicator.
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Old 07-11-2007, 03:24 AM
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Bea has nice taste. Sure looks like a great ride and purchase.
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