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Old 12-29-2012, 10:41 PM
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I've heard that cars that have been in an accident cannot be CPO'd....be sure that's not the reason. It costs the dealer money to do it and they may think the market will not pay it, but if you are offering to pay the extra CPO cost it's a no brainer. It may also require they replace the tires or brakes if they are past a certain point of wear, so it can get expensive on top of the warranty cost that the dealer has to pay BMW.
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