BMW

Recommended Oil for BMW Service

BMWs are designed to require less frequent service schedules than other car brands, allowing more time on the road and less time in the shop. Bimmer drivers can avoid the 3,000 mile oil change and instead opt for an oil service every 7,500 miles for their Intermediate Oil Change and Oil & Safety Service appointments.How

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OEM Parts vs. Aftermarket Parts

As your BMW gets up there in age, so do the parts working together to keep your BMW running at optimal performance. When your BMW parts begin to age, you will need to visit a local BMW repair shop, like Bavarian Rennsport, to replace the parts on your BMW. Now the question you must ask

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Independent BMW Repair Shop vs. BMW Dealer Service Center

When repairing your BMW , it’s a no-brainer to take it to the dealer for warranty related work. However, taking your BMW to a local independent BMW mechanic for routine service will not void the warranty and will likely save you quite a bit of money. Beginning your relationship with a qualified independent BMW Repair Shop

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Independent BMW Repair Shop Service Doesn’t Void Warranty

Let’s face it, BMW repairs can be expensive and when you buy that new or used BMW from the dealership, you want to make sure your BMW is covered with a vehicle warranty if anything should go wrong and you need to have repairs completed. When available, we recommend you always get an extended warranty.It’s

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How to Find a Qualified BMW Repair Shop in Jacksonville

Bavarian Rennsport makes it easy for you to qualify an independent BMW Repair Shop in Jacksonville, FL by giving you some pointers on what to look for in a BMW repair shop. Below are a few of the qualities we suggest to look for at any location performing BMW service and repairs.BMW Specialty ShopsWhen looking

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Cost Savings, Personalized Service from Independent BMW Repair Shops

It is often frustrating and stressful when your luxury BMW is in need of repair and you aren’t quite sure where to take it for quality repairs at an affordable price.Choosing to take your BMW to a local independent BMW mechanic instead of the dealer can save you money and help you build a relationship

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Common Repairs on the BMW F10 5 Series

First released in model year 2010, the latest models of the BMW F-10 Five-Series include the Sedan, xDrive and Wagon/Touring variations as well as some hybrids and a high-performance M-5. These are the most technologically-advanced Bimmers to ever hit the luxury car market. But with so many bells and whistles, and the series still being

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Common Repairs on the BMW F01 7 Series

The BMW F01 Seven-Series was first introduced to the United States at the Los Angeles International in 2008 and was available to the public in 2009. Over the years new models have been added to the line including the Sedan, Sport, M, xDrive, Alpina and ActiveHybrid7. The F02 is similar but has a longer wheel-chassis.

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Common Repairs on the BMW e90 3 Series

One of the top-selling luxury cars in all of North America from 2006-2012, the BMW e90 3-series has a variety of common problems, but it should not discourage owners from purchasing one of these stellar vehicles that included the e90 Sedan, e91 Sport Wagon, e92 Coupe, and e93 Convertible. These problems can be repaired by

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Common Repairs on the BMW e83 X3

From model years 2004-2010 the BMW X3 was sold in the United States as a first-generation crossover with all-wheel-drive, and a cab equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology. The X3 was based on the popular BMW three-series and is also referred to as the e83. Rather than call it an SUV, BMW decided to market

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