Should BMW help with replacing the DSC on my 2007 BMC 325i?

I have a 2007 BMW 325i M Sport cabriolet with 24,213 miles on the clock and a full BMW service history. The Dynamic Stability Control has failed and BMW has quoted me £2002 to replace it. I understand this unit doesn't have a repair kit so a new unit is necessary. Do you think that BMW should replace this unit FoC as the mileage is so low and I believe this is a known fault with the model?

Asked on 7 September 2013 by HH, via email

Answered by Honest John
It's under six years old so you could go back to the supplying dealer and try quoting Sale of Goods: But are you sure that can't help?

Update: Eventually BMW discounted the part so the total cost was £650.
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