– This Warranty will not cover:
b) Repair or replacement required due to a gradual reduction in the operating performance of a covered part, commensurate with its age or mileage. (Please refer to Wear and Tear Exclusions)
- The following are not covered by the BMW Approved Used Car Warranty: brake and clutch facings, discs and drums, bulbs (except Xenon), fuses, channels and guides, weather strips and seals, handles, hinges and check straps, trim upholstery and cosmetic finishes, wheels and tyres, wiper blades and arms, glass, auxiliary drive belts, coolant and fuel hoses, the cleaning and adjustment of any component and all service items or items that will require periodic replacement. Corrosion is also not covered by the warranty.
This sounds very expensive...I've just done the front discs and pads on my F80 M3 and the pads were cheaper than that (total parts cost inc. delivery was <£600). FWIW my brakes did 88k miles before they needed doing, and I changed them when the wear indicators came on (BMW noted I should consider changing the pads for the last two services!).
do you expect a manufacturer to be perpetually responsible through multiple owners for parts that don't last as long as might have been expected