First Service - Mark
First service for my new BMW. Ryan did a great job getting me in and quickly. Also visited with Victor in sales department he is very knowledgeable on BMW I will be keep his card when I’m ready for my next new BMW.
We had the best experience with our salesman and dealership! - Cmueggs20
I saw the ad online. We are from Oklahoma and had never brought a vehicle out of state before. Mason was more than helpful in making the purchace of the car go smoothly. Mason answered all our questions with full detail. We had an appt to test drive he car last Thursday and was able to get everything done before we got there. Test drove he car and signed papers for about 40 minutes and back to Oklahoma we went.
Best experience in car buying we’ve had.
Extremely pleased with this dealership - Bright7farms
By far this has been probably the smoothest vehicle purchase we've ever made from a dealership. Granted we haven't ever dealt with BMW before so perhaps this the norm, but we were treated so very well. Everyone was exceedingly thorough and quite conscious of our time. Team work is very relevant at this business which in turn results in a fabulous guest experience. We will indeed return to this dealership for further vehicle purchases.
Unfinished - Austin777
(Warning: very lengthy poor experience) Was misquoted a price for a carbon blast of the intake runners. Was told it was a 4.5 hour job. Dropped the car off at 8 and it wasent finished till 530. Dropped the car off running fine but with an intermittent misfire at idle. Only owned the car 6 months and was unsure how much buildup was in the intake so i figured this may help the idle. At 530 i received my car with a consistent misfire (on cylinder 6. They looked it up with a computer but didnt bother to check further) and absolutely no power. I live in Manhattan and had to limp my car down the high way. When i finally made it back to my apartment and popped my hood, i find the intake piping disconnected from the charge pipe so my engine was choked by the turbos (exhaust) and sucking whatever flew up there off the high way. Once I fixed that issue i move to replace the coil pack. (By recommendation of the service manager mind you. He said the coil pack was the most likely culprit of my misfire) i go pick an ignition coil up from autozone and bring it back to my apartment and pull all the plastics away under the hood. I reach down to unplug the coil pack only to find IT WASENT PLUGGED IN! They couldnt be bothered to even check their work. (Mind you the assure me they never touched the coil packs, but like i said i live in Manhattan, im pretty sure i would have notice an ENTIRE CYLINDER NOT WORKING when i drove an hour to get there to drop the car off.) So no i do not recommend using them at all. I have already steered several people that i work with away from them (wasent hard, this is not the first time they've messed up).
2008 335i 120k
Also misfire at idle is gone atleast.