If you’re looking at BMW cars for sale, you know you’re looking at high-quality vehicles that you will love for years to come. That might be why so many drivers come to us with questions about what’s covered by a BMW extended warranty. Today we’ll dive into the regular BMW warranty and the extended warranty so you can decide if you want to go the extra mile to protect your new BMW model.

BMW Warranties

Whether you stick with the standard warranty or go bigger with the BMW extended warranty, you can count on robust protection for your new BMW car or SUV.

  • Standard BMW Warranty
    • 4 years/50,000-mile new vehicle coverage
      • With BMW vehicles, you don’t need a separate powertrain warranty – it’s covered in the new vehicle warranty
    • 12 years and unlimited mile rust perforation warranty
    • 2-year/24,000-mile Federal Emission Warranty
  • BMW Extended Warranty
    • Extended service contracts give you 7 years or 100,000 miles of coverage
    • Three options for coverage levels:
      • Powertrain Plus offers full coverage for many powertrain parts and limited coverage for other parts
      • Gold is more comprehensive coverage, and includes engine, transmission, and other elements
      • Platinum is the top level of warranty protection offered and covers most major parts and components of your vehicle
  • Other BMW Protection Options
    • Lease-end protection for unexpected or excessive wear and tear
    • Tire and wheel protection
    • Windshield protection
    • Key protection, including lock-out and lost key coverage
    • All surface protection

BMW Vehicles in Lakeland

Whether you’re a first-time BMW buyer or a long-time fan of the brand, you can count on outstanding vehicles and warranty coverage to keep your investment safe when you invest in a BMW vehicle — learn more right here at Fields BMW of Lakeland.