Yes it should be.
Originally Posted by Michael Schott
Would that actually be in the car's history? If it's repaired by BMW to be as good as new then delivered what difference does it make?
My F10 had a record of the fuel sensor replaced at the VPC and that was comforting to know since it was an issue with some early builds.
The manufacturing process is completed when the car leaves the production line and handed over to the shipper.
It's driven onto a car carrier if made in Germany to the port of Bremerhaven, driven off the car carrier, driven onto the ship, shipped across rolling seas to the US, driven off the ship to the VPC, then another truck. You get the picture.
It's pretty impressive that the subsequent issue / repair history is tacked so diligently in the cars record for the benefit of BMW and you as the first and future owners.
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