A battery’s lifespan will depend on several factors, on average a BMW battery can last 5 or more years. Vehicle maintenance and service habits, quality of the car battery driving and idling habits of the owner, and environmental conditions all can affect the longevity of your battery.
BMW battery registration was introduced in 2002 and most BMW models since require that you perform battery registration.
Most manufacturers recommend that you get your battery tested at least twice per year. In colder areas, battery fluctuations and drainage are more common so it’s important to inspect your battery before and after winter.
Batteries can be damaged or drained in numerous ways, some common way includes:
- Headlights or dome lights left on.
- Intense weather fluctuation
- Corrosion or damage to the battery
- parasitic drains in the electrical system
- Charging system problems
The average cost for a BMW replacement is $329.95. That gives you a BMW-certified battery backed by a premium 2-year warranty.
With BMW Value Service, you'll receive competitive pricing on a variety of services, so you know what you're paying for upfront. No matter how many miles or years you've driven your BMW when it's time for service you can always feel confident bringing it to those who know it best.
BMW Maintenance Program covers factory-recommended maintenance services, including engine oil, engine filter, brake fluid, and spark plug changes.
BMW ULTIMATE CARE, consists of scheduled maintenance for the 3-year/36,000 mile (non-transferable), whichever comes first.
BMW Ultimate Care+ 1, 2, or 3 to add up to 3 additional years or 75,000 miles for a total of up to 125,000 miles. As an owner or lease of a new BMW, you can decide to add this coverage at any point before your BMW reaches the end of its current coverage.