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Southwest Regional - AZ, NM, NV, OK, TX, and UT
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:08 PM
hello_newman hello_newman is offline
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Austin Area Dealers

Read a number of things regarding BMW Austin and various other Texas dealers. Has anyone compared pricing between Austin BMW and others nearby (Temple, SA, etc)? I've heard the dealer in Temple doesn't charge MACO, but other than that haven't done a direct compare.
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:06 AM
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Are you referring to services pricing? new vehicles? used vehicles? IMHO BMW of Austin is a beautiful and pretty large dealership and the way I figure the folks who pay for that are their customers. When shopping used vehicles a couple of times I've looked at BMW of Austin, but the prices are much higher than Houston where I've gone twice to buy. A day trip there is worth it for saving a couple thousand bucks in my mind.
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Old 08-01-2013, 08:39 AM
J.R. SanAntonio J.R. SanAntonio is offline
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Bmw of San Antonio over Austin.
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:09 PM
Allzwell Allzwell is offline
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BMW of Beaumont has been the best for me. Greg Butts was great to deal with

I had to use BBB to get BMW of Austin to stand up to the deal that we agreed to, BBB had to intervene to get it right. Many of the used cars that I've seen at Austin have poor repaints. They often paint in the parking lot!!!!

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Old 09-07-2013, 08:43 PM
agouraM5 agouraM5 is offline
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Well you will always save at an indie, and I don't have experience at SA, but Austin BMW has the expertise and service machinery to do it right. I just had the computerized alignment where they have an expensive computerized machine and they did a quick while I waited job, gave me a 20% BMW Club discount and washed and vacuumed the car, besides feeding me cookies and epressos while connecting me online in the waiting room. The service manager is very pro BMW CCA and hosts all the club members for a whole day of free food and education/inspections each year. Definitely worth supporting the local dealer unless you find a price competitive deal that you want to drive for....

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