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BMW launch new range of Insured Warranty products

23rd April 2008 Print

BMW – in conjunction with Mondial Assistance - is now offering a new range of Insured Warranty products.

These products are available to drivers whose three-year new BMW manufacturer warranty - or one-year BMW Approved Used warranty - is coming to an end.

There is now a choice of three levels of cover for those seeking to extend their warranty protection beyond the manufacturer warranty period:

Comprehensive – the highest level of protection, covering the majority of the vehicle’s components. Note: this is not available to vehicles over 100,000 mileage at time of purchase.

Named Component Cover - mechanical and electrical breakdown cover for a specific range of parts. Note: this is not available to vehicles over 100,000 mileage at time of purchase.

DriveLine Cover – the basic level of warranty, covering the main engine, transmission and drive-train elements. Note: there are no mileage restrictions on availability.

Each level of cover is available with variable levels of excess – £0 (zero), £100 or £250 – which can be specified by the customer. There is also the option to include 12 months BMW Insured Emergency Service with the policy.

One significant advantage of the new products is that customers can now choose to pay for their Warranty cover either in monthly or annual instalments.

The cost of cover for BMW cars is based on Series type, irrespective of engine, specification or bodystyle - with the exception of ‘M’ cars.

Customers whose New Car warranty or Approved Used BMW warranty is due to expire will be contacted one month prior to the expiry of their current warranty and cover can be arranged online or by telephone.

For more information and full details of cover visit: