At what mileage do bmw start having problems




At what mileage do bmw start having problems

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  • I find BMWs as reliable as any other car brand out there. The thing is, once past the . Not a single problem until it surpassed 50k miles. So far.

    I'm looking into getting a BMW i or a BMW i with no more that miles is that a lot for a BMW how long do out there's a couple other important things to get fixed when your BMW is starting to overheat. The car has been problem free except for minor electronic glitches every once and awhile .

    Interesting fact! In 1937, BMW built the world's fastest motorcycle. It was sped up to a speed of 278 km per hour.

    When will they start having major problems? BMWs, like any car, last anywhere from miles to , miles. It's not the miles that count but the maintance. In the K range, many cars have problems especially new ones I would say after , miles you will definitely need to do a couple big.

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    If you take good care of the cars you won't get any surprises. I have been told by a few people that it is the electric thermostat. I still miss my old BMW, love my new one, and I'm definitely keeping my mechanic! Keep in mind it increases the complexity and maintenance cost of the car. CypherP 4, posts months.

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

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    Hi guys, just wanted to ask a question on mileage on BMW's. The mileage in the UK seems to be a lot higher overall than in Australia where I am from. I used to work in a BMW dealership and we only used to stock cars with less than 40, miles. In Australia cars hit their first major depreciation at 40, miles then hit the next big one at 60, After 60, miles they won't be held by most dealerships no matter how good they are.

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    They end up places like the Car Deal Warehouse from then on. I want to know what do you all consider too high to take a chance on BMW if they check out ok? Are you just buying a money pit after 60, or should they run to , if serviced properly? Does it make a difference from petrol or diesel? Main reason I ask is that I may purchase a E60 5 series and maybe an X3 for my wife. I think it is silly to pay a massive premium for low mileage if the ones around , still have a lot of life left without any major problems.

    I know problems can happen with any car at any mileage but if the odds are good I might take a chance. I have never owned a car with over 50, miles so just want to make sure If it has FBMWSH and the 60, service has been done with new brakes, belts and has good tyres on it it should be no more expensive to run than a car with 20, right?

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    Keep 'em maintained and they'll keep working is my experience. Sounds like main dealer stock in the UK is similar to Aus. However outside the main dealer network in the real world As ever buy on condition and history, and don't be too concerned about the mileage. There will always be some maintenance in the not too distant future with a high mileage car, so try to find one that has had plenty done recently, if not try to price accordingly.

    I'm upto , miles in my 05 d Tourer. Teebs 1, posts months. My Father has run 2 x D E90 until , miles each without 1 single problem. Fast, frugal and reliable and cheaper on Contract Hire compared to a Ford Mondeo.

    My E46 D now has K on the clock, I do all the work on it myself and service it fully 3 times a year CypherP 4, posts months. I've had 2 E46 coupes that have been purchased with over 70k miles and both have been serviced regularly and looked after. Never had a problem with them and have been great to own and drive. I've read a few reports of Aussies owning very high mileage pick ups and Utes and literally running them into the ground, so I wouldn't think BMWs out there would be any different.

    At what mileage do bmw start having problems

    And i'd say go for the older model with higher mileage. If it has been looked after, serviced and the records are there, the money you'll save for 20k miles extra on the engine will be worth it. If it is worth buying, you shouldn't even notice the extra mileage the car has done.

    BMWs in the UK seem to retain their value well up to around k miles. They're built for it and should serve you well. NoelWatson 11, posts months. I think it is silly to pay a massive premium for low mileage if the ones around , I had 2 E39 s First one I bought at 85, and got it up-to to , pretty much trouble free. Great car, loved it, rusty tailgate was the only fault on it, and its still going well now according to the guy i sold it to Second one bought at 76, and was a serious money pit, and traded it in at , one year later.



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