4 Tennessee BMW Dealers
Maria was amazing! - calvin.williams90
Maria was amazing!! She explained everything and made our Ga to TN transaction flawless. We were in and out of the dealership in 30 mins and able to drive home in our new 440i.
Purchased an X3 for my wife and the process was smooth as... - rickdavis2010
Purchased an X3 for my wife and the process was smooth as silk. Very friendly staff and a very relaxed atmosphere. Thankyou for a good experience BMW of Chattanooga!
Great experience and excellent customer service! - T. Swinson
Great experience and excellent customer service! Mike Surge is the best! Love my new BMW X4...
I took my 2021 430i coupe in for a tire replacement. - ayersmelanie123
I took my 2021 430i coupe in for a tire replacement. I have had the car less than a month and found a bulge in the tire. I hit a very large unavoidable pothole on the night I purchased the car. I assume this is what caused the bulge. Of course, this was not covered under any warranties that were purchased with the car. The cost of the tire replacement was $400+. I had also had 2 major warnings come up on the iDrive screen-Engine Malfunction & Drivetrain Malfunction. The car had 5100 miles on it at the time of the messages. These are pretty major warnings for a practically new car. I asked service to check these warnings and see what was going on. I was told by Brad that could not be done the day I was there because it would take several hours and I was waiting on the car. I said I could leave the car if I could have a loaner. He told me they were not giving out loaners unless the car had to be left for several days. I just paid over $50,000 for a practically brand new car and in less than a month have had to pay for a new tire and have had major engine warnings, and you are not willing to give me something to drive while this is being checked out? I asked Brad if they could just look at the code saved from the message and let me know if the car is safe to drive and I would make arrangements to bring it back to get to the reason for the warnings repaired. After asking three times, Brad finally agreed to check the cause of the message. He reported back that it was a reading from an engine knock sensor. The reading could be from a bad sensor (the car has 5,000 miles). Another reason could be from mice chewing on wires in the engine!? He reported that mouse droppings were found in the engine compartment, and there was a strong possibility the wires have been chewed on causing the sensor to send the warning. Brad informed me if this was the case, none of the repair would be covered under warranty. I told him I keep the car in the garage, have seen no evidence of mice or destructive activity in my garage, have kept 2 vehicles in the garage for the past 6 years and never had a mouse problem with them. I said quite possibly this happened before I got the car, in which case, I have no intention of paying for the repair of this. Brad insinuated that if the mouse problem is the case, that it happed after I received the car, since the sensor went off the first time at 5100 miles. That does not mean the damage was not already there. The fact that 3 weeks after I bought the car, a family of mice took up residence under the hood of my car and have destroyed the wiring, is highly unlikely in my opinion. I do not know for sure the warning message is a result of "chewed" wiring until the car is actually inspected at the time the engine knock sensor is replaced. I do know that if that is what I am told, I will not be paying for the labor of taking the car apart and putting it back together and will be taking the car back to BMW Cool Springs where it was purchased because clearly it had major issues when it was sold to me. I expected top notch customer service for what is said to be an excellent dealership. I did not get that and was very disappointed.