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So what you're saying is that, this car didn't last a few months with you. You bought it with 70,000 miles. Ever wondered why the seller wanted to sell it? I have a 1997 BMW 5 series. My family has had it for the past 6 years, which means it has been on the road for the past 15 years approx. Never have we once put it in the shop for anything other than changing its tires. Except for last month, my radiator needed some maintenance. And THAT was it. Now why did your car end up like that? 3 case scenarios. 1- You're not so good at maintaining a car, although I doubt it since your 2006 Toyota lasted so long. 2- The guy who owned that car before you is a sob, I mean come on. at 70,000 miles it starts doing this? and 3- your mechanic is ripping you off. Fixing something and breaking something else just to rip you off my friend. All in all, this is a BMW. It's not a Kia Motors car, it's not a Honda, it's not a Renault. This is a BMW, it's tough, it's strong, and believe me it's like a lady. Treat her well with care and tender, she'll give you her everything. Get rough with her, and neglect her needs she'll just screw you over. Again, we have a 1997 BMW 5 Series, and a 2003 Mercedes Benz CLK. Without a doubt, I would drive the BMW instead of the Benz. Check your facts, your reviews about all BMWs are wrong. Maybe that one you own. Just not all of them.Report it
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