The BMW brand is synonymous with high performance, precision, and class. More than just a status symbol, the BMW is a renowned, trusted brand on the road. Even the best brands on the auto market are still susceptible to problems due to wear and tear over time.
As BMW parts can be expensive to replace, a proactive approach to caring …Read More
BMW is the standard for creating a luxury car that perfectly combines comfort, safety, and power. These cars can be subject to breakdowns and necessary repairs, the same as any other automobile. A common issue that BMW owners may face is that the tail lamp assembly may develop issues. It may not seem like the biggest problem in the …Read More
Alloy wheels are the most common type of wheel on BMW’s off the dealership floor. They are made of light-weight aluminum and are painted with shiny silver or a flat metallic color and clear coated, much like the paint job on your car. Alloy wheels come in varying sizes to match the size of your tires. There are …Read More
Through the years drivers have continued to rely on BMW for added performance, comfortable interiors, and their status as a premier luxury car. Drivers know in order to enjoy the best from their BMW they must keep up with regularly scheduled maintenance & recommended service. Each model has a unique maintenance plan designed to maximize both the performance…Read More
Drivers of BMW’s expect a comfortable and reliable experience coming from their luxury vehicle. This is a car that you can expect high performance and all the creature comforts rolled into one beautiful vehicle. As with all cars, parts wear out and break. Regular maintenance, service, and repairs are just part of the car ownership experience, and your HVAC system …Read More
BMWs can develop problems with their power steering hoses, which can cause drivers to have less control over the vehicle and make them difficult to steer, which can become dangerous very quickly.
As you turn the steering wheel, your BMW uses a hydraulic system that builds up pressure, allowing you to turn the wheels from side …Read More
If you own a BMW with an N52 engine, you may begin to hear a ticking noise. The dreaded lifter ticking issue is a major concern for drivers, but some are still confused as to what it is. If you are experiencing a ticking noise and your BMW was manufactured between 2004 – 2015, the problem is …Read More
The Lone Star State can be brutal when it comes to hot weather in the summer. The temperature is often completely unpredictable during the hot months, reaching or exceeding highs of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Air conditioning is often something that is necessary if you plan on driving without having to worry about becoming sweaty. In addition, passengers are …Read More
BMW’s, especially those with the N52 engine, are known for making a ticking noise. This noise can get worse the more you drive the vehicle and even in some harsh environmental conditions. This ticking noise is mostly annoying, though there are a few times when it does indicate there is a bigger problem with your BMW. …Read More
When most of us think about the essential parts of a car, we think of four wheels and a seatbelt, doors and windows that operate correctly, working lights, and an engine to run it all. From there, we remember the parts we see and the parts that break down and send us to the mechanic. One of the parts we …Read More