If a Bosch washing machine needs repair during the first year of ownership, the cost should be covered by warranty. During the second year, the warranty covers non-electronic parts and the microprocessor, as well as the components making up the motor, so those repairs should still be free.
After the warranty period expires, most washing machine repairs cost between $60 and $85 per hour for labor as of 2015, and the cost of the parts simply depends on what needs to be replaced. Belts tend to cost significantly less than motors, and the computerized boards can be costly. Front-loading washing machines tend to last 10 years, while top-loading machines average 15 years. If a Bosch washer is nearing those ages, it is worth considering buying a new one.