BMW Motorrad has announced a three-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty on all new models from Oct 1, in a move that adds further value to their motorcycles, while also giving consumers greater peace of mind.

The new warranty will give Motorrad customers a full 36 months of coverage with no cap on mileage. Any repairs during the warranty period will be carried out by BMW Motorrad service partners and done using original BMW Motorrad parts, ensuring any new BMW motorcycle retains its value.

BMW's new R 1250 RT

BMW’s new R 1250 RT

The warranty period also includes comprehensive roadside assistance, available 24/7 every single day of the year.

“We’re proud to become the first premium manufacturer in Australia to make a three-year warranty standard,” said BMW Motorrad General Manager Andreas Lundgren. “Extending the warranty to three years is a clear sign that we not only have remarkable confidence in our product, but that we also place tremendous value on the customer experience. Combined with our groundbreaking BMW Service Inclusive package we’re now a clear market leader when it comes to after sales care, and offering new and existing customers peace of mind ownership.”

All new models purchased from Oct 1 this year will benefit from the change

All new models purchased from Oct 1 this year will benefit from the change

The warranty comes with any new registered model purchased after the October 1, 2018, and is valid worldwide.

BMW Motorrad three-year warranty in Australia

  • All new models purchased after 1 October 2018 will come with a three-year warranty
  • BMW Motorrad is the first premium motorcycle manufacturer in Australia to extend its standard warranty
  • Covers unlimited kilometres and is valid worldwide
  • All repairs done using original BMW Motorrad parts
  • Includes 24-hour, 365-day roadside assist
BMW Motorrad's move to extend the warranty period could well be a game changer putting pressure on other manufacturers to follow suit

BMW Motorrad’s move to extend the warranty period could well be a game changer putting pressure on other manufacturers to follow suit

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