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E70 BMW X5 produced between 2007 and 2013. Discuss the E70 X5 with other BMW owners here.

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Old 06-26-2012, 11:14 AM
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Question 2010 35d CPO question

long time lurker here...I am about to finally pull the trigger on a new 35d, but saw a 2010 cpo with all the packages I wanted at a competing dealer. The question is- this vehicle has 55k miles. since it is already past the original 4yr 50k, does that mean that the cpo resets and only covers the 2yr/50k going fwd, or would it truly be the full 6 yr 100k. I have read the fine print both ways. any help is appreciated.
Also, I believe that 2010 is when the idrive was updated (without bmw apps and latest combox). what would I be missing?
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:11 PM
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long time lurker here...I am about to finally pull the trigger on a new 35d, but saw a 2010 cpo with all the packages I wanted at a competing dealer. The question is- this vehicle has 55k miles. since it is already past the original 4yr 50k, does that mean that the cpo resets and only covers the 2yr/50k going fwd, or would it truly be the full 6 yr 100k. I have read the fine print both ways. any help is appreciated.
Also, I believe that 2010 is when the idrive was updated (without bmw apps and latest combox). what would I be missing?
Either way its 6yrs or 100k miles from the in-service date/mileage. At this point the factory warranty is gone and you will be relying on the less generous CPO warranty.

How much you are saving and the condition of the 2010 with 55k miles would be the tipping point. If you were ready to pull the trigger on a new one then it seems like the price was not a deal breaker. If that's the case, order a new one, from what I found when I started looking, the depreciation on the d's was very small relatively and it made more sense for me to order exactly what I wanted and to have full warranty and not have to be pissed about every nick/scratch/scrape that I didn't cause

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Old 06-26-2012, 12:38 PM
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jashear- thanks for helping clarify this question
the difference is about 12k out the door, which in my book is significant enough to really consider it. The original owner also bought the extended warranty which transfers as well. I will not be bumping into the 100k and it is pretty well loaded with new brakes and tires.
feedback is much appreciated, and it isn't just about the money.
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Old 06-27-2012, 12:37 AM
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I thought the 2010MY was the problem model year for the 50-state compliant diesels . . . ard lemoned his 2010MY and got a 2012MY diesel.

Be sure you look into adaptive drive before saying yes or no . . . $3,500 option.

Not sure if you can still place an order for a 2012MY . . . you may have to wait for a 2013MY . . .
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Old 06-27-2012, 12:34 PM
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12k??!??

WAY too little to consider the 2010... the car should ve 25k under new.



a 2010 with zero miles is worth $12k less than a 2012 with zero miles...THEN factor in the miles.
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