I am taking over a lease for a BMW car which was a loaner when the owner leased it.
The lease has one year left. It was put into use as loaner car about 2.5 years ago. Do I need pay for any maintenance in 6 months when it reached 3 years?
Maintenance plan starts when the first owner registers the car. So in this case if the car has UC+ you won’t need to pay for any maintenance.
Pretty sure they begin at in service date and this was a loaner
I have a loaner lease now, its service date or 36k miles. You can check the carfax for the service date. Make sure to schedule a final maintenance when you are still covered, if needed.
Confirm with the dealer if the maintenance plan is transferable
Thanks for the replies!
But I am still confused. Do I need to pay or not?
You’d need to pay to transfer the free maintenance or pay for the 3 years service.
The three year date is from the in service date of the loaner (when it was first used).
Ultimate care (free bmw) does not transfer, while
Ultimate care+ (Paid maintenance package) does.
yes, you will need pay for it after three years since the first service date (under the first owner). Schedule a final maintenance when still covered
Thanks again for the replies.
So because Ultimate care does not transfer. So I will need to pay for the maintenance.
Can you guys please let me know what kind of maintenance payment I should expect in my 12 months of lease period?
What type of car are we even talking about? You can search online too… big difference… 320i or M8…
You should make sure the transferor does all the required maintenance before you take delivery.
My bad. Did not mentioned which model it is.
It is 2018 X1.
I am sure previous maintenance have been completed. The car has over 20K miles. Maintenance was done at 10k and 20k.
My question is what kind of maintenance payment I should expect when it is 3 years since service date and also when the car reaches 30k miles.