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NE1 knows what the 6yr/100k "drivetrain" covers? (archive)

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Posted by VROOMM3 on May 20, 2001 at 20:19:19:

In Reply to: "Drivetrain" is significant, it means..>>>> posted by ZV on May 20, 2001 at 18:49:29:

I have never received any literature from BMW telling me what coverage is offered by the 6yr/100k "drivetrain" warranty what follows the 4yr/50k factory warranty. Does anyone know? Please help! I have only a few more days to get the extended warranty... and that is another question mark.

I bought a CPO 97 M3/2 and it has that 4yr/50k warranty and 6yr/100k "drivetrain". I have little idea what this second part is about and I don't have a good feeling that it covers much. I am planning to get an extended warranty for 6yrs (starting from that day I buy it)/100k (total odometer) for real warranty. I got a quote for $1850 (no deductible). Please advice if there are issues I am not seeing here. I also see an overlap of coverage. Is that even signifant? Please help!

major stuff like the engine, tranny and associated
parts should be covered. I could be wrong about
the specifics but drivetrain warranty is good.

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