Originally Posted by Questforpower
While I agree with this... these sort of national entities generally tend to agree with the dealership as it is in their best interest as they are the ones that provide the business; I've dealt with Mazda NA before and they did nothing for me and sided with the SA at the dealership immediately even though the whole story was laughable and it was more than deserving of Jalopnik. It's worth giving a shot but if it doesn't work out... media always fixes everything and real quick if I may add.
True. This might be expected.
If BMWNA does nothing, then Id suggest going either gun ho, or lawyer up. Cant do both, as they might conflict between themselves.
Originally Posted by BMWNA
arguru, safety is at the core of BMW’s engineering goals. We would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you and inspect your vehicle. A Customer Relations representative will contact you directly to further discuss your situation and schedule a service appointment on your behalf with an authorized BMW center. – BMW of North America, LLC
And I was right
Hope it works out.