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Certified Series comes with extended warranty and preowned doesn't. There won't be a lot of CPO anymore due to the extreme cost of the warranty now. Extended warranty for a 3 series runs well over $4k now.alanbrenton wrote: ↑Dec 5th, 2017 7:17 amWhat is the difference between Pre-Owned and Certified Series Pre-Owned vehicles on bmw.ca? When I filter for the latter, zero cars show up, when I take it off and filter for AWD and automatic transmission, I get about 56 hits.
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I see, thanks for clarifying. If I dont get a BEV, I might settle for a 228xi AT if the four of us can fit in.
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It's not standard.Kwando wrote: ↑Dec 5th, 2017 8:59 pmDoes anyone have a 2018 340i? I'm trying to figure out if the digital instrument cluster is standard or if it is a part of a package. The 2018 ordering guide doesn't mention it at all for the 340i model. It only mentions the digital cluster (6WB) as a part of the 330/328 M Sport II Package.
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If the lease has excess wear and tear protection, can I force the dealership to fix some of these that are abnormal? Or is worthless if I plan to buy the car out?booblehead wrote: ↑Dec 5th, 2017 2:23 pmYup. That would be fair, IMO. Also, do check out on the leases on whether it has excess wear & tear protection plan coverage as it may enhance your decision to take it over.
As part of main task, dealer will check for anything that may be broken (perhaps from normal wear and/or items in need of immediate attention, like worn brakes and tires which are not covered under warranty and they would be expensive for you to pay for).
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Just curious, has anyone here signed up for this class action?booblehead wrote: ↑Nov 16th, 2017 9:04 amClass action lawsuit in Canada ... for cars with N20 engine
http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/cl ... 01863.html
TORONTO, Oct. 17, 2017 /CNW/ - Siskinds announces that it has commenced a proposed class action against BMW regarding an engine used in numerous BMW models during the period between 2012-2015.
The proposed action alleges that BMW vehicles equipped with the "N20" engine contain defects in the primary and secondary assembly chains. It is alleged that these defects cause the chains to wear out prematurely, resulting in costly repairs borne by the proposed class.
The action seeks to represent all persons who purchased or leased a BMW vehicle containing the N20 engine during the period between 2012-2015.
If you purchased or leased one of these vehicles, please contact Siskinds LLP by phone at 1-800-461-6166 xt. 4228 or by email at email@example.com