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Old 11-17-2012, 04:54 PM
hooch999 hooch999 is offline
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Originally Posted by racooper3 View Post


It is about time we all start an organized group to hammer BMW on these issues and be relentless in our pursuit of an ultimate driving machine, that is easily service by loyal enthusist owners. They need to have input from us as to how the damn thing is put together. After my e60 issues and the lack of ability to replace/repair all the rubber seals without taking half the engine apart for timing cover and valve cover gaskets has left me with a very sour taste in my mouth. These Germans have gotten a bit cocky in how they think and design cars. We need them to simplify the design and enhance the quality. Not the other way around. Anyone game for getting an online forum or thread started to lobby BMW USA and BMW AG to listen to our gripes about the car design and general quality issues. I suspect that many of us have the experience and desire to improve our BMWs and I bet our feedback can go a long way toward making BMW a better car. I don't care about the asthetic design of the autos as that changes with the wind and who is in charge of design. I do care about the quality, craftmanship and drivability, with servicability in mind.

Any BWM enthusist attorneys out there who can help us get something started? A blueprint to follow to get BMW USA and BMW AG to take our concerns and feedback seriously.

So far BMW sales has been hitting all time highs - they don't need people like you telling them how to make better cars, they know that better than you do.
As to high cost to maintain - you pay to play. besides I bet you bought your car used because new 545i would be far out of your budget. So stop complaining and next time buy what you can REALLY afford.
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