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For those who have taken delivery, could you post, or point to a BMW document, of what they say the scheduled maintenance work of the iX entails?

I'm in an i3 BEV, and there's hardly any routine maintenance — cabin filters and a brake-fluid renewal every two years. And tires ... so many tires.
 

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For those who have taken delivery, could you post, or point to a BMW document, of what they say the scheduled maintenance work of the iX entails?

I'm in an i3 BEV, and there's hardly any routine maintenance — cabin filters and a brake-fluid renewal every two years. And tires ... so many tires.
Do you mean they have some problem with the scheduling part, or are they suggesting that the vehicle itself needs the least maintenance?
 

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Here is what you see from the app don’t know why it says i3 on one option. I also have an i3S and on that prices are all a bit lower
Just found this...yuck...is BMW really going to insist on trying to change out what are hopefully pristine brakes? Well designed EV barely even use brakes so charging thousands to keep replacing/refreshing them sounds like pure ridiculous greed from BMW.

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Just found this...yuck...is BMW really going to insist on trying to change out what are hopefully pristine brakes? Well designed EV barely even use brakes so charging thousands to keep replacing/refreshing them sounds like pure ridiculous greed from BMW.

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It’s just a price list I have an iX and a i3S servicing is the same cost for 4 years. I do not expect to have to replace the pads or discs in the 60,000 odd miles I’m likely to own the iX. The bigger issue with discs is lack of use corrosion/pitting which my i3 is showing at 45k miles 3 years old. I’m not sure normal disc material is suited for EV’s
 

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It’s just a price list I have an iX and a i3S servicing is the same cost for 4 years. I do not expect to have to replace the pads or discs in the 60,000 odd miles I’m likely to own the iX. The bigger issue with discs is lack of use corrosion/pitting which my i3 is showing at 45k miles 3 years old. I’m not sure normal disc material is suited for EV’s
Nothing some hard braking now and again wont solve, I have the same issue on my model 3 performance. Regen is so strong its like slamming on brakes in certain speed ranges (usually the slower the speeds).
 
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