Among high-end luxury car buyers, BMW is considered to be one of the best cars on the market. The BMW slogan—“The Ultimate Driving Machine”—is well earned, thanks to the excellence of the German engineering they build into all their cars. This has been true ever since Bayerische Motoren Werke (“Bavarian Motor Works,” or BMW) first began manufacturing automobiles in 1928. Indeed, the quality of these vehicles is so high, and the engineering so precise, that it is practically mandatory that you bring your vehicle to a certified BMW body shop for repair in the event of a collision or damage from some other mishap.
With quality such as this, it’s no wonder BMW vehicles are among the best-selling cars, year after year, in both Europe and the U.S. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, this iconic car company sold some 2.3 million vehicles worldwide in 2020 alone. And just as the vehicles themselves are hard to beat for quality and engineering, their newly expanded network of BMW Certified Collision Repair Centers has no equal when it comes to restoring your BMW to its original specifications.
Nevertheless, though ever popular around the world for their luxury car models, BMW is not perfect. Indeed, no mechanical object made by humans is ever truly 100% perfect, no matter how well made. Here are some of the most common problems that can be found in some BMW cars. Many of these can be corrected by a certified BMW body shop like Keri Coach Works.
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For any assistance regarding repair service on your BMW, please contact Keri Coach Works, a certified BMW body shop on Long Island, NY.