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      08-13-2012, 10:57 PM   #18

Drives: 2014 X3 2.0D
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Canadian in Taipei

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In the real world whether your brakes need flushing at 2 years probably comes down to many factors that will vary from car to car...driving habit, frequency, environmental conditions, time parked etc etc.

For me, brake fluid is a very nominal cost in a VERY essential safety component of my car. I do not understand shelling out for expensive cars but then being reluctant to follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule. You do not even have to get the job done by the it's not just a cash grab...there are reasons you want to be SURE your brake fluid is up to the task when you need it most.