I've been through 3 engines ($6,000
per), two transmissions ($3,000 per), 3
driveshafts ($1,500 per), and 2 alarm
modules ($800 per). That should speak
for the car and the dealership
experience is no better. They like to
replace things instead of repairing
things, parts are terribly expensive,
and overall service is a joke. If you
want a BWM, buy a new one or a slightly
used one, especially not any 5-series.
3-series may be okay. Good luck with
your Big Money Waste!!
Features, ergonimics, performance, style
BMW would have a super car if they
could employ the reliability of
Toyota. I know some of it has to do
with prestige and image of owning a
Bimmer, but it's not worth it!!
† Edmunds.com received the highest numerical score in the proprietary J.D. Power 2014 Third-Party Automotive Website Evaluation Study℠. Results based on responses from 3,381 responses, measuring 14 companies and measures third-party automotive website usefulness among new and used vehicle shoppers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of owners surveyed from January 2014. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.