USAA is only offering one possibility which is 48 months from purchase or 100,000 miles (I assume on odometer). Price, $6,900!
BMW is giving 24 months beyond the standard 48 months and up to 100,000 miles. Price $5,800.
I couldn't compare if these plans are apples and apples, but I would most liklely not consider the USAA offer. Actually quite outragious.
I'll have to look around for others, but I would feel better with BMW unless there is some rediculous offer out there, but then, if it's too good to be true, it probably is.
How could others beat out BMW? Do they expect you will have your repairs done by third party providers? Who would these shops be? Will they know the vehicle as good or better than BMW? What about parts?
2010 Black 335D Sport/Premium, Michelin PSS 235/265 (100k Club)
2000 Silver Z3 3.0i (Ret)
1999 Silver R1200C (Ret)
1968 Black 1600 Coupe (Ret)