BMW’s midsize SUV, the X6, is sometimes hard to define. While it is a crossover SUV, it’s cargo space and available interior room is limited, making it not an ideal if additional space is a requirement. Instead of space and utility, the X6 is known for its pure sports performance wrapped in a coupe SUV shape. This sports SUV comes with several engine options, all designed with power in mind, as well as a sport inspired powertrain.
The X6 comes with a standard 4 year/50,000 mile warranty that will serve as both the powertrain coverage and basic complete coverage. BMW combines their warranty instead of splitting powertrain from basic coverage like many other manufacturers. This warranty covers your BMW from manufacture defects, as well as provides roadside assistance for things like running out of gas or dead batteries.
BMW makes their luxury vehicles with quality and performance in mind. Even with quality built cars, breakdowns happen and repairs are needed. With the original warranty only lasting 4 years or 50,000 miles, a vehicle service contract can easily pick up where the other warranty left off. A vehicle service contract acts similarly to your original warranty – protecting your X6 and your wallet from unexpected breakdowns.
CarSure has three options when it comes to getting more coverage and protection for your vehicle. Each coverage options, Exclusionary, Comprehensive and Powertrain, is designed to fit a vehicles various age, mile and condition. Exclusionary coverage even can help with luxury electrical breakdowns and computer issues.
All VSC options from CarSure will cover a few key items and parts for your vehicle, such as the engine and transmission. The plans will also provide you with free roadside assistance and towing in case you experience a breakdown on items covered within your plan.
With the many options for coverage available, CarSure will have the coverage best suited for you and your X6. Call us today to find out all about the options and plans, as well as get a free quote for coverage. You can also complete the form below.
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A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) is often referred to as an “extended warranty,” but it is not a warranty. A VSC does, however, provide repair coverage for your vehicle after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. A VSC is a contract between you and a VSC provider or administrator that states what is a covered repair and what is not.