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      01-06-2010, 09:56 PM   #1
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3rd party warranty (SGI)

Well long story short....
I have that extended warranty
Has anyone dealt with them or has heard of anyone that has that extended warranty? My car is getting close to the 4 year mark and either I get a refund from that warranty company and buy one from bmwna or stick with it and see what happens. The only thing I found that put me a ease alittle was


http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e39...-question.html

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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      01-06-2010, 10:17 PM   #2
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is yours gold or platinum,what deductable? i think Sgi is mercury.my SA at crevier bmw Paul Cox states that Mercury is their best warranty provider that pays the best.
i have their platinum coverage zero deductable.just went over 50k,but didn't have to use it yet.good luck.
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is yours gold or platinum,what deductable? i think Sgi is mercury.my SA at crevier bmw Paul Cox states that Mercury is their best warranty provider that pays the best.
i have their platinum coverage zero deductable.just went over 50k,but didn't have to use it yet.good luck.
I have gold. When I purchased my car about 2 yrs ago, I also purchased The SGI warranty. I thought It would start to cover my car after the factory warranty expired, but I was wrong. Anyways Im not quite sure whats the deductable. Im taking my car in for service tomorrow and ill prob ask Paul Cox if I can still get my car serviced at any BMW delear. But if I mod my car will that void the 3rd party warranty?
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any esc(extended service contract) would have to authorize the claim(repair),so more likely to have their representative inspect the vehicle for approval.
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any esc(extended service contract) would have to authorize the claim(repair),so more likely to have their representative inspect the vehicle for approval.
mmm I see. Thanks 335fourdoor you've been a big help
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I just looked over the SGI contract and there is a ton of stuff not covered on the Platinum plan. Basically any repairs to the cd will only be covered up to $300 what a joke. They don't cover anything on the GPS, convertible tops, voice recognition systems, audio/video, any exhaust components the list goes on and on. Basically all the stuff that you would have issues with.

Its a joke that the BMW dealer is selling this plan...
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They don't cover anything on the GPS, convertible tops, voice recognition systems, audio/video...

That's why keeping a BMW with all these options past warranty is always risky. And the warranty companies know better to not cover these.
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