I don't think so. I think BMW is relying on customers being comfortable buying their product and paying a premium for it. BMW CPO doesn't cover iDrive where as Mercury does.
Originally Posted by Ace535i
Mercury is thousands less than the equvalent platinum BMW warranty.
Is this an exception to the rule that one gets what one pays for??
2012 BMW 535I 20K Miles
ED Pick Up on 12/03/2011; US Pick Up on 01/27/1012
Alpine White, M Sport, Blk Nappa, Cold Weather, Luxury Seating, Premium, Premium Sound, Tech, Sports Trans, Active Cruise, Heads-Up
Mods - Quad Exhaust Tips, HID Fog Lights, Clear Front Reflectors, M5 Spoiler, Calipers Painted Black, 12.5 mm Rear Wheel Spacers, 5% Tint Rear - 35% Tint Front - 50% Tint Windshield - BlackVue DR400G-HD II Dash Cam
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