Recently Purchased 2002 M3
Hi I am new to the boards, but wanted to get some opinions. I recently purchased a 2002 M3 Convertible with 70k miles. It came with an aftermarket warranty so I brought it to a BMW dealership for an inspection and they found that the rear differential bushing all need to be replaced along with the RTAB, front lower control arm bushings and the AC evaporator. The extended warranty is saving my butt since most of the work is covered. The car has a good service history, all maintenance done by BMW up thru 60k miles. My question is do you think the car was beat on seeing as how the rear end needs all new bushing? Once I get everything sorted out would you have any concerns with future problems possible related to the car being driven hard.