Hi. I'm looking for some feedback on an issue, although minor, that I am having with my 2015 435i xDrive coupe. I love the car except for this issue -- the black trim on both the front and rear bumpers has faded greatly, to the point that it almost looks blue. The dealer told me is was supposed to be that color when I had it in for an oil change last week. I know that is a load of bunk as I have the original brochure on the car and all the trim pieces are jet black in all of the pictures. What can be done about this? I don't really appreciate being played for an idiot by the dealer. I've posted about this problem on various forums and it appears to be a fairly universal issue. Please let me know what BMW intends to do to address this. Thanks.
I bought a 2016 X6 in last November. The vehicle suffers popping noises when it is braking and releasing the brake as well as when the vehicle transitions slowly from 12-8 mile/hour. It pretty much pop at 10. So far my local BMW and BMW Customer Service all have their hands up in the air. I contacted the dealer that I bought the vehicle from. I was told BMW and my local dealer are working on it. I do not believe anyone is working on it. They pretty much ignore me. The noises are embarrassing and annoying but the service manager told me he can hardly hear it. I would like to contact BMW World Headquarters but don't know how. It is embarrassing that BMW is treating its customer. Noises are hard to fix because of its nature but choosing do nothing is not the answer. Why doesn't someone listen to the new customer?
My name is mike..I was sold a BMW last year without being told it had a recall. I bought it from BMW Meridian Mississippi. I tried to trade the vehicle and found out about the recall, I called the salesman, SCOTT, and he gave me the run around. I found the same vehicle I was trying to trade for on Scott's lot and he said VERBATIM "with that car having a recall I won't get anything for it so I can help you on this deal!" How can I rectify this problem?
I meant SCOTT said he can't help, not can help.
Thank you for supporting women in the workplace by pulling your ads from the O'Reilly Fox show.
Thank you BMW for standing up for women and decency in America. I hope American car companies will follow you as they do in so many other ways.
I own a 540i, a Z4 and a K1200GT. These have all been wonderful and incredibly dependable. Looking forward to a new 540i soon.
I have a BMW 750LiX Drive and it has been nothing but a piece of _ _ _ _ Lets say piece of art. They should not call the BMW an ultimate driving machine rather a Busted motor vehicle, suck money out of your pocket and have all the problems and keep charging with no end.I am about to get a protest permit and BURN this S_ _ _ in front of a BMW dealership.
looking to file a class action lawsuit . CCP did not fix the issues with the N63 engine just got a call from the dealership they want 5k to fix more leaking issues.
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Thank you so much for pulling your ads from the Bill O'Reilly show. This man does not represent family values or any other values in my humble opinion. Women buy cars, too, and your support of them could well influence how they support you. Very appreciative of your stand. Please hold steady.
Thanks for narrowing my car choices down to, well, not yours. Going political seems to me a weird choice for buisnesses in our weird times, but to each their own. Ever think the charges might be false? We'll see. You have a lock on the feminist customers now, that's for sure.
Thank you BMW for standing up for grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters, and everyone who supports
And loves women. We will continue to buy BMW's for years to come. Thank you pulling your ads, and showing the world just how classy you are!
Thank you for pulling your advertisements from Fox News in light of the O'Reilly, Ailes and related concerns involvement specific treatment of women. This makes a statement about BMW's values and your integrity.
HURRAH FOR BMW FOR TAKING A STAND IN REMOVING YOUR ADS...MY FAMILY AND I HAVE BEEN BUYING AND DRIVING BMW'S FOR 40 YEARS......
Mr McDonald:I would respectfully suggest that you resume your support of Mr O'Reily less his supporters withdraw their support from BMW. I would remind you that our current President out performed Mrs Clinton in all income demographics over $50,000 a year...yes that's 50-100,000, 100-200,000, 200-250000 and greater than $250,000...we clearly don't take this kind of thing seriously. Such moves appeal to under performing groups who are not likely to purchase one of your products anyway.
Thank you for pulling your ads. Our family has leased or owned 3 BMWs since 2008. Taking a moral high road is ultimately good for the bottom line.
Please reconsider your decision to pull ads from The O'Reilly Factor. I've been reading the posts from women that thank you for your stand. But I wonder if the NY Times is merely trying to eliminate an important voice in today's political discourse by writing a story based on innuendo and unproven claims - and you are helping them to shut down an important and powerful voice. Shame on you for the knee-jerk reaction to an unproven narrative and assumptions. Can you really believe the NY Times as an unbiased and fair reporting organization? I don't.
Do you approve of Mr. O'Reilly's highly racist comment regarding Rep. Maxine Waters' appearance also? This was on camera and can not be denied. Whether or not there is truth to the allegations of sexual abuse, considering the number of incidents reported, regardless of how they were handled, I would hardly call the actions of BMW to be a "knee-jerk reaction." BMW is a huge corporation, and I'm sure their advertising decisions are based on more than a fleeting whim. The fact is, corporations need to hold themselves to an ethical standard, particularly in today's society. Many appreciate their actions in this regard.
Thank you for your courageous decision to remove your advertising from The O'Reilly Factor. The multiple scandals involving Mr. O'Reilly's alleged sexual harassment of women notwithstanding, since none of us were there to prove these allegations, the fact is that he did, on camera, seriously disparage Maxine Waters (D-CA-43rd District) in a highly racist comment, to wit: "I . . . I didn't hear a word she said; I was looking at the James Brown wig." I am concerned that this comment, itself, did not result in the immediate termination of your advertising schedule with Fox News. However, I do congratulate you on having the ethical standards to place your advertising elsewhere now.
Im a current bmw owner but will not buy another one as your company has gotten political. Thanks
Thank you for canceling your advertising on the Bill O'Reilly show. His behavior is inappropriate and he should not be on tv.
Congratulations on taking a moral stand! As owners of 2 BMW's, we are proud that you pulled your advertising from Fox. O'Reilly is dishonest and his behavior disgusting. Your action is one step toward restoring civility.
Thanks very much for pulling your ads from FOX. As a female and BMW owner, I'm prouder now to drive your vehicle than ever before. Yay, you!
Great decision on removing your Ads from the
O'Reilly Factor. Thank you for leading the way BMW. 20 years of Loyalty, and you continue to amaze me!!!!
Thanks for withdrawing your advertising from the O'Reilly Factor. I appreciate you standing up for the rights of women!