VIN is WBAWL73568PX57700
Engine blew up at 51K for oil change issues after BMW changed the oil and serviced the car after 3000 miles
Before you buy a BMW, read the links and watch the video !!!
So who has a BMW E90 E93 335 convertible that leaks ?
Mine came from Rick Hendricks BMW in Charleston, SC
Read about BMW NA and DE and how they do not care about their customers, how they lie to them, etc, before you buy your next BMW.
Read the threads on some of the most popular BMW forums linked below, watch the video, tell your friends that are thinking about buying a BMW to read before they buy.
Customer Service at its
E93 top leak, told touchless car wash is a NO NO Read Me
New 335I and in the shop for a week already, advice needed Read Me
Leak in a 2007 335 convertible Read Me
New 335I and in the shop for a week already, advice needed Read Me on Bimmerfest
Anyone else with a leaking E93 M3 Roof? Thread on M3 post Read Me
Leaking Hardtop 335I thread on Bimmerfest Read Me
Dealer might have lied? Post on M3 post Read Me
Bought a 328 Demo and its was wrecked Read Me on Bimmerfest
BMW New 6 series convertible tops leak too Read me on Bimmerfest
Need Help On Buyback Read Me
Did BMW buy back your car? Please give your advice Read Me
Fluttering noise on E 93 335i convertible? Read Me
Has anyone contacted BMW regarding 29.2 and lag? Read Me
Businessweek: Mercedes and BMW Hit Hardest by Slump Read me
2008 335i w/ hpfp problems was repurchased - should I get a 2010 335i or move on? Read me
M-DCT Lag issue. Owners please post your car info here Read me
NHTSA - Complaint on M-DCT Lag issue Read me
Dealer Says 21K Oil Change OK???? Read Me
Should BMW start a recall for the: THE SQUEAKY WHEEL SYNDROME??? Read Me
Some service advisers are so full of it... Read me
Did you receive the N54 HPFP warranty letter from BMW? Read me
BTW seach about the leaks with the E39 convertibles. This is not a isolated issue, many complaints about the new hardtop
In 1997, Hendrick pleaded guilty to mail fraud. In the 1980s, Honda automobiles were in high demand, and Honda executives allegedly solicited bribes from dealers for larger product disbursements. Hendrick admitted to giving hundreds of thousands of dollars, BMW automobiles, and houses to American Honda Motor Company executives. Hendrick was sentenced in December of that year to a $250,000 fine, 12 months home confinement (instead of prison, due to his leukemia), three years probation, and to have no involvement with Hendrick Automotive Group or Hendrick Motorsports during his year of confinement.