Depending on the model, the cost for the extension ranges from $1,395 to $2,995. BMW vehicle owners can purchase the two-year Maintenance Program extension from an authorized BMW Center during the first four years after the vehicle's in-service date or 50,000 total miles, whichever comes first.
Furthermore, the company said that for a small surcharge, the period to enroll a vehicle can be extended through the fifth year of vehicle age or 60,000 total miles.
"BMW's Maintenance Program keeps vehicles well cared-for and more valuable in the pre-owned marketplace. Our decision to make the six-year Maintenance Program Upgrade available to purchase for all BMW models makes it possible for more vehicles to remain under the care of an authorized BMW Center for a longer period of time, and that's the best way to ensure longevity for each vehicle," said Alan Harris, Vice President of Aftersales for BMW of North America.