In December 2016, I purchased a one-owner Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) 2015 BMW 428ix Grand Coupe. with about 25,000 mi. It was listed on the lot at $32K with an original window sticker of $52K. I had another I was buying nearby for $28K so I offered $27,500 and surprisingly they accepted. The car looked pristine on the lot although it was December in NY and I could not inspect it well. At delivery, they had it serviced, cleaned and on display in the showroom for me. I noticed nothing wrong with it but should have looked it over better. I also should have had an attorney review the CPO agreement because the CPO does NOT cover what they say it does when they make a sale off-the-cuff. I will always read the fine print from now on. Far worse, after a couple weeks of driving, I realized the interior driver's side armrest seemed to have a wear mark or hole appearing in it. When I asked, I was told that it was damaged prior and had been patched and repaired before reselling it to me. There was also a crack in the selection roller dial on the console that controls the system selections. I immediately inquired with the dealer to say these two things were broken upon delivery and I would like them repaired under the CPO Warrantee which I was told was bumper to bumper through Dec 2019 or 100K mi. I was told both of those items were not covered. I was given the name of a local upholstery repair contractor that does Burdick's work in-house. When I called, I was asked my VIN and they told me they had actually repaired my care at Burdick. Each item would be approximately $200 to repair but would not be worth it because I could simply purchase a new armrest at $230 and dial assembly at $200. Since I was told these WERE NOT covered CPO warrantee items, I gave up. When I recently went in for my 50K oil change, the car had 51,625 Miles on it. I inquired about buying the parts for those two repairs and much to my frustration, I was told that those two items ACTUALLY WERE under warrantee UNTIL 50K MILES! Now that I had 51K on the car, they refused to cover the items. I left the dealership frustrated to learn these were actually covered items and arrived home to find out that the repair that I was told had been completed was not completed. I called the dealership and photographed the car and never received a call back. On Jan 1 2019, my inspection was due. My car failed because my horn suddenly does not work. I called the dealership and was told again that this repair is also NOT COVERED! I have now been given a quote for hundreds of additional dollars to diagnose, repair the horn and inspect the vehicle. This will be my first and last BMW, especially from this dealership.