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Old 11-08-2012, 04:09 PM
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resale value after warranty

Hi Guys,

I'm in so-cal and am close to 100k miles in my 08 coupe and wondered if there is any real difference in resale value after 100k like there is after 50k.

I figure I'm at wholesale trade in price after 75k miles, and my extended warranty as far as I know doesn't transfer, but hey, someone should have a clue where I don't.... any sage wisdom out there on this?

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Old 11-08-2012, 07:37 PM
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I would think that after you cross the 100k mile mark, it would be worse than the 50k mark. If you have BMW CPO, it will automatically transfer. After 100k, I don't think any warranty company will write a policy.

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Old 11-08-2012, 08:01 PM
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The 100k mile price drop on resale is primarily due to financing realities for vehicle purchasers. At 100k+, lenders are lesser interested in extending financing, and when they do it is often for only shorter terms and/or higher rates. As this affects/hinders potential buyers, so also it then affects sellers. Sometimes crossing over 100k can cost thousands in immediate depreciation. It might be quite wise to sell just before 100k miles as opposed to waiting until just after 100k.

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Old 11-08-2012, 09:27 PM
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My 09 is CPO platinum till 2015. Now has 62,000 miles on it. I was thinking keep it for at least 2 more years. I think im gonna sell it when it hit 85k miles. Otherwise keep it till it broke. Just my opinion. Can't be more than 17k if its go over 100,000 miles mark.
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