BMW announces its Access subscription service

The automaker is the latest luxury brand to launch a subscription option.
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It's looking more and more like flat-rate subscriptions for cars are here to stay as BMW is the latest automaker to launch a subscription program. Access by BMW will be available in two tiers that will cost you anywhere from $2,000 - $3,700 and includes maintenance, full detail washes, and a $1 million liability insurance policy with a $1,000 deductible, and BMW Roadside Assistance. 

Currently, the two tiers include a "Legend" level that will give you access to various BMW sedans and SUVs like the X5 while an "M" tier gives you access to their high-performance portfolio that includes everything from the BMW M4 convertible to the M5 and their X5/X6 M SUVs.

Access by BMW is available now through a pilot program Nashville, TN. 

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