HOW MUCH IS THE BMW MAINTENANCE AFTER THE 4TH YEAR?

Posted on 8/17/2020

When you purchase a 2017 BMW or later, it comes with an Ultimate care standard for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. However, this Ultimate Care package is only good for the following maintenance – brake fluid, engine filters, engine oil, cabin micro filters, engine air filters, spark plugs, remote control, keyless entry battery, vehicle check and fuel filters which are only in diesel engines! For earlier models, they will be under different stipulations. Now for all BMW Models that are older than 2017, they are covered for the first 4 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. That program covers all factory recommended maintenance within the warranty book that your vehicle comes with. Another thing to be aware of with any year BMW model is that only the initial owner will qualify for the maintenance plan, it will not transfer over to any new owners. The only exception is that if it transfers to another individual within the same household, then the warranty coverage will continue. Household individuals include current spouse, former spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent or grandchild related to the first owner. After your warranty has expired, it can seem overwhelming to keep up on the maintenance of your vehicle. However, here at Koala Motorsports we are here to help you not squeeze every last penny out of you. We thrive on keeping your vehicle safe and running at its best through our high quality services and professional repairs all while offering competitive and affordable prices!

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