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10-08-1999, 12:54 PM
<b>This came from the UUC Digest... just and FYI. Hope noone minds me reposting it here.</b><p><br>FULL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM NOW INCLUDED<br>ON ALL MODEL YEAR 2000 BMW AUTOMOBILES<p><br> Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, September 1, 1999 BMW of North America, Inc.<br>announced today that the BMW Full Maintenance Protection Program will be<br>included at no additional cost for 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes<br>first, on all 2000 models. This program includes all factory recommended<br>maintenance as listed in the BMW Service and Warranty Information booklet,<br>plus the replacement of wear and tear items such as brake linings, brake<br>rotors, engine drive belts and wiper blades. Adjustments, which are<br>required due to normal operating conditions are also covered. The flagship<br>750iL and 750iL Protection models will continue to have Full Maintenance<br>Protection coverage for 4 years or 50,000 miles. Beginning in 1996, BMW o=<br>f<br>North America, Inc. included Scheduled Maintenance at no additional charge<br>on all 1997 models sold on or after October 1, 1996. "Our Scheduled<br>Maintenance Program has been very well received by our customers, so we=E2=<br>=80=99re<br>delighted to be able to elevate the standard coverage to the next level, not<br>only providing customer satisfaction, but providing exceptional value as<br>well," said Tom Purves, Chairman and CEO of BMW (US) Holding Corp.<p>We hope you find this information helpful. Remember, we respect<br>your privacy and only use your e-mail address to send you announcements<br>similar to this one. To learn more about our privacy policy,<br>simply click here:<p><p>If you no longer want to receive e-mail updates from BMW or to update<br>your contact information, please visit to change your<br>Guestbook specifications. You can do that by simply clicking here:<br>\<br><br>BMW of North America, Inc.<br>

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