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Default 10th October 2017, 07:29 AM

From what I've known about warrantees is:
* you are betting it will break
* they are betting it won't

Now if you don't take care of it per recommended services, the warrantee is usually invalid.
If you do take care of it per recommended services, usually nothing breaks.
Warrantees usually does not cover certain items since they are known to wear out, and by when.

Now warrantees never cover over 100,000 miles because they know the odds are to great, even if you do the service as recommended, you might need the coverage soon.

They are not in business because they haven't figured the odds when they will have to pay out.

2017 Countryman All4, 4 door, 1.5 liter, 6 speed manual, melting silver with white top
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