1 - The vehicle: 2008 X5 3.0
2 - Mileage as of today: A hair less than 41K
3 - 4 Yr Warranty Expires: 8/27/12
4 - CPO Warranty Expires: 8/27/14
5 - Long term objective: Drive for 2 more years and trade in for a 2011 when CPO expires.
Current i-Drive service results:
1 - Engine Oil - 7/13 - 3100 miles
2 - Front Brakes - 12000 miles
3 - Rear Brakes - 23000 miles
4 - Brake Fluid - 3/2014
I am assuming we will put on 20K miles +/- in the next 2 years while covered under the CPO warranty. One of the unknowns with this decision is will I get rotor replacement when the system indicates the brakes are due for the front. I had the rear brakes replaced a couple of K ago at the dealer but they did not replace the rotors because they were within Specs. I would venture to guess that in 23000 miles or sooner those rear brakes will be well below specifications therefore a full replacement is probable.
With this in mind, the following items that will most likely be covered over the next 20K miles/2 years:
1 - All 4 items above
2 - Another oil change
3 - Maybe 2 wiper changes?
4 - Possibly belts?
I have been quoted $2295 by my local dealer and a number lower by a board sponsor. Where do you think my "magic number" is for it to make financial sense to purchase the extended maintenance agreement?