+1, although it is good that OP documented the defect, as the dealer may try to put him on the hook for damage beyond normal "wear and tear" at lease termination.
Originally Posted by ard
Who gives an F, its a rental. Is it worth the hassle for you? I'd write a demand letter to BMW, citing the warranty language and the law- but prolly take it no further.
As a side note, don't lose sleep on this one - if I had a lease I wouldn't even be washing the damn thing! Enjoy that couldn't care less approach that all rental car drivers should embrace!
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2005 X5 4.8is Imola Red, Nav, Nappa, Comfort seats, OEM hitch
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2004 X3 3.0i 6MT (sold)
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