BMW Extending Maintenance Plan, Picking Up Payments
Buying a BMW isn’t just an expensive proposition on the MSRP front, many first-time luxury-car shoppers worry about maintenance costs. For years now, BMW has offered free maintenance on new-car purchases; it picks up the tab for the first four years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Now, the company is offering an extended plan of six years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, at an additional charge of between $1,395 and $2,995. The plan excludes the limited Alpina B7, but it does include all M performance models and diesels. Any current owners under the four-year/60,000-mile plan can add the service.BMW recommends service every 15,000 miles on new models.
If that offer didn’t grab potential Bimmer shoppers’ attention, the company’s latest incentives might: BMW is back to offering low financing of up to 0.9%, and will also pay the first two months of payments on select vehicles. Depending on how expensive a car is, those two payments should be worth well over $1,000. Models included in the offer can be found below.
The 0.9% financing rate and first two months’ payments offer are good through May 31.
- 2009 528i sedan
- 2009 528i xDrive sedan
- 2009 535i sedan
- 2009 535i xDrive sedan
- 2009 535i xDrive sports wagon
- 2009 M5 sedan
- 2009 650i coupe and convertible
- 2009 M6 coupe and convertible