- 1 Does my BMW have a recall?
- 2 Which BMW cars have been recalled?
- 3 What is the latest BMW recall?
- 4 How do I check to see if my vehicle has a recall?
- 5 Are BMW Recalls free?
- 6 What does BMW recall mean?
- 7 What year BMW are being recalled?
- 8 What causes BMW to catch fire?
- 9 Are Recalls free?
- 10 What cars are on recall list?
- 11 Do you get a courtesy car with BMW recall?
- 12 Do recalls expire?
- 13 Can I trade in my car if it has a recall?
- 14 What is recall on a car?
Does my BMW have a recall?
For general information regarding recalls, please call the BMW Recall Hotline at (800) 525-7417.
Which BMW cars have been recalled?
BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2018 540d, 2018-2020 530i, 530i xDrive, 540i, 540i xDrive, M550i xDrive, M5, 530e, 530e xDrive, X3 sDrive, X3 xDrive, X3 M40i, X3 M, and 2019-2020 X4 xDrive, X4 M40i, X4 M, X7 xDrive, X7 M50i, 740Li, 740Li xDrive, 750Li, 750Li xDrive, 8 Series Convertible and Coupe
What is the latest BMW recall?
BMW has issued a global recall of all of its plug-in hybrid models due to a battery fire risk. The recall affects petrol-electric versions of the 3, 5 and 7 Series, the X1, X2, X3 and X5 SUVs, the 2 Series Active Tourer and the Mini Countryman PHEV, if built between 20 January and 18 September 2020.
How do I check to see if my vehicle has a recall?
How to check if your car has a recall
- Find your VIN. Your unique 17-character vehicle identification number (VIN) can be found in a number of places.
- Check the NHTSA database. Go to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s recall page, at www.nhtsa.gov/recalls, and enter your VIN.
- Call your dealer.
Are BMW Recalls free?
BMW says call BMW Emergency Services on 0800 777 109 and the car will be taken to a BMW retailer where the recall fix will be carried out free of charge.
What does BMW recall mean?
A recall is a safety critical action implemented by the manufacturer due to design or construction tolerance which may affect the safe operation of the product.
What year BMW are being recalled?
Three related recalls include a wide variety of vehicles from the 2000 through 2013 model years, including X1, X3, X5, and X6 SUVs, and 1 Series and 3 Series sedans, wagons, coupes, and convertibles.
What causes BMW to catch fire?
BMW says in documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that moisture can get into the cars’ positive crankcase ventilation valve heater and cause plastic parts to degrade. That can lead to an electrical short and a possible fire even when the engine isn’t on.
Are Recalls free?
A recall is issued when a manufacturer or NHTSA determines that a vehicle, equipment, car seat, or tire creates an unreasonable safety risk or fails to meet minimum safety standards. If there is a safety recall, your manufacturer will fix the problem free of charge.
What cars are on recall list?
- Acura (Honda) 2003 Acura 3.2CL.
- Audi (VW) 2006-2013 Audi A3.
- BMW. 2008-2013 BMW 1 Series.
- Cadillac (GM) 2007-2014 Cadillac Escalade.
- Chevrolet (GM) 2007-2013 Chevrolet Avalanche.
- Chrysler. 2005-2015 Chrysler 300.
- Daimler Trucks North America (Sterling Bullet)
- Daimler Vans USA LLC (Sprinter)
Do you get a courtesy car with BMW recall?
The recall allows for courtesy cars, but they are subject to the dealer’s insurance and that differs from franchise to franchise.
Do recalls expire?
While car recalls don’t have an expiration date, they are only enforced for “reasonable periods,” the agency says. Basically, a recall is over if a vehicle’s manufacturer goes out of business, or if the parts needed to make the necessary repair are no longer being made.
Can I trade in my car if it has a recall?
It is true that some states prohibit licensed dealerships from selling cars with open recalls. So trading in your car with an open recall, a dealer may want to ensure the issue has been remedied first. If you did not follow the recall and get the issue fixed you absolutely should inform the dealer or potential buyer.
What is recall on a car?
A recall is issued when a manufacturer or NHTSA determines that a vehicle, equipment, car seat, or tire creates an unreasonable safety risk or fails to meet minimum safety standards. Most decisions to conduct a recall and remedy a safety defect are made voluntarily by manufacturers prior to any involvement by NHTSA.