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BMW Extended Warranty- Protecting Your BMW and Your Wallet

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How would you describe a BMW? Luxurious… sophisticated… upscale? Truthfully, the list could go on and on. BMW has become a cultural icon all over the globe and attracts a distinct clientele. A BMW can be a power statement. It can be a sex symbol. And it can be a nightmare when you get a repair bill. But not if you have a BMW extended warranty.

When you purchase such an expensive vehicle you should expect to pay equally expensive repairs. Dropping $30,000 on a car is practically a one-way ticket to costly repair bills. Instead of being forced to empty your pockets when your manufacturer’s warranty expires, a BMW extended warranty can take care of repairs.

With the hourly labor rate in the U.S. at an all-time high, it seems like every vehicle make and model will experience higher repair costs in the year 2015. But luxury vehicles like BMW’s are expected to be hit the hardest.

How Much Does it Cost to Fix a BMW?

 

After reading that chart, you’re probably a bit nauseous. We feel ya! And not to make matters worse, but those estimates are from 2014 and the prices of auto repairs have only skyrocketed since. Feel free to take a minute and let that sink in… you may want to take a seat.

The only thing you can think about right now is getting a BMW extended warranty from Endurance. Unfortunately, we cannot sell you a BMW extended warranty, because nobody can sell one except for BMW itself. But we CAN sell you a vehicle service contract. This service contract will work in the same way that a BMW extended warranty would: paying for parts, labor, and taxes for repairs.

You see, for a service plan to be called a warranty it has to come directly from the manufacturer. This means that anything that is called a BMW extended warranty would have to be sold and produced by BMW. However, even BMW doesn’t call their product a BMW extended warranty. They refer to it as “BMW Extended Vehicle Protection”.

BMW Cost of Repairs 2015

So why choose a BMW extended warranty not from BMW?

Shopping for a BMW extended warranty can be as simple as knowing who to trust. Endurance Warranty can show you important information you should know as an owner, including the claims history of BMW owners, customer reviews, and reliability ratings.

One of the most obvious reasons is price. Third-party service plans are typically less expensive. This is because they go directly from the source to the consumer. The majority of service plans that you can purchase at a dealership are the same exact plans that we sell. While BMW does offer a form of vehicle protection, you might feel that nausea return when you see the price. Choosing a service contract with us saves YOU money!

A vehicle service contract can be placed upon a new or used vehicle at any time, whereas most dealer service plans must be purchased at the time of sale when the vehicle is new. Whether you have 100 or 100,000-miles, we can provide coverage for your car.

All of Endurance’s extended BMW warranties are backed by reputable, well-respected insurance companies with long histories of paying claims in a prompt and efficient manner. Any policy you purchase from Endurance is absolutely free of risk. We give customers the opportunity to try our products for up to 30-days with our unconditional money-back guarantee. We’re in the business of providing the best BMW extended warranty coverage you can buy.

So why should you spend extra money on the same thing? Don’t wait until it’s too late and your BMW is sitting in the shop. Call us today to get your vehicle service contract and return to the world of worry-free driving!

More About BMW

For more information about BMW’s performance history, visit one of the sites below. You’ll want to know what kind of breakdowns to expect when the BMW warranty provided by the manufacturer runs out. A little research can go a long way. So does a reliable BMW extended warranty from Endurance.

BMW Phone Number: 800-831-7771
BMW  Website: http://www.bmwusa.com
Maintenance Schedules, Recalls, and TSBs: http://www.edmunds.com/maintenance/select.html
Prepare for Repairs: http://www.autohausaz.com/bmw-auto-parts/bmw-oil-pressure.html
Recalls, Problems & Defects: http://www.internetautoguide.com/auto-recalls/01-int/bmw/index.html
Safety Information: Auto Defects: http://www.autosafety.org/autodefects.html
General Automotive Recalls: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/recalls04/aaarecalls_auto.htm

 

 

*A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty”, but is not a warranty.  A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not. Endurance is an administrator of VSCs and does not sell warranties.*

 

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3 Comments

  1. Hi Art,

    I read a few of the articles on here and I saw that one mentioned asking questions in the section below if we had any, so I hope I am doing this right. But I have a BMW 5 series and I am going to get rid of it soon because it is over six years old. It still drives very well and is in great condition, I am just looking for something a little bit newer. I wondered if you had any advice about dealing with dealerships and how to say no. I have already decided that I want to get an extended warranty from Endurance for the new car that I buy but I feel like they pressure you so much at the dealership. So any advice?

    Thanks for your time,
    Annette Crowsley

  2. Hi Annette,

    You are completely correct, this is where you can ask any questions for our Vehicle Protection Specialists and I would be happy to answer all of your questions. In the future for a faster response, please feel free to call 1-866-485-3600 and ask any questions that you may have. We love answering questions here but if you ever have one that is very pressing, we would love to help you as quickly as possible and we can do so over the phone.

    But to answer your question, we deal with dealerships a lot and some are extremely friendly and educational. A lot of the times you can find salesmen and managers that truly care about their customers and want to make sure they find the right car at the right price. But on the other end of the spectrum you see the absolute worst of the worst, complete dirt bag, cheese-ball dealers. These are the guys you want to avoid, if you think the dealership you are going to might house a group of slick talkers who will put you into the first car they see, then please steer clear of them.

    In regards to saying “no” to a dealer the answer is simple… just say no! We know this is obvious but if you just keep repeating the deal no matter how much they try to budge you, they will eventually say no. If you ever feel pressured to buy something and feel like you cannot say no, just excuse yourself, the dealer will likely be so afraid of losing the sale they will back off immediately and sometimes offer you a better deal. It is different for every dealer though, but we always recommend merely saying “no thanks”, and leaving it at that.

    Thanks for your question Annette, let us know if you have any other questions!
    -Art R

  3. Looking to purchase a BMW 528xi, vehicle has 93,000miles. Please provide an estimate for an extended warranty for mileage range upto 150,000 miles…thanks…dmp

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