You know why? Because they cant get it CPO if the original warranty is out. Therefore, an 08 has to have CPO now if not there is no way to gain CPO. 09 starting to run out factory warranty due to 09 probably came in end of 08 or first half 09). There is M6 with CPO near my place.
Originally Posted by Keyser Soze
I would double check with BMW about the "CPO" status, especially from a non-dealer and perhaps the broker is just using the term in combination with the warranty info.
I was searching for M3's earlier this year and never came across a CPO vehicle.
EDIT: It appears there a lot of 2011's and some 2010/2009 in CPO status right now. Interesting as I saw none available 6-7 months ago.
2009 BMW 650i Cabrio (daily drive)
2011 Audi A4 (groceries, bully, road trip, winter beater, family car)
BMW CCA ID: 473647