If it’s time for an Inspection II service on your BMW, you want to make sure you find the right authorized BMW service center to perform it.
Inspection II covers every single thing you’ll find in the Inspection I service. You can read more about what Inspection I services cover in the article published previously.
Usually, Inspection II services cost more, usually 2 to 3 times the price of the Inspection I service, mostly because of the extras that are involved. Some of those extras (services that are in addition to the Inspection I service) involve a differential oil change, replacing the fuel filter, replacing the air filter, replacing spark plugs, and more.
While it’s not necessary to list every single thing that is involved in an inspection II service, keep in mind that your BMW is a precision machine that needs every component running efficiently in order to perform at optimal levels.
You may be tempted to ignore the Inspection II service because everything’s running properly, but in reality there could be issues arising you don’t know about. By ignoring the Inspection I or Inspection II service, you are placing your BMW at increased risk of breaking down on the side of the road or developing some costly repairs in the future.
When the service indicator light illuminates on your BMWs dashboard, it’s time to bring it in for regular servicing. Don’t ignore the Inspection I or Inspection II service as that could be an incredibly costly mistake in the future.