Originally Posted by John 070
Interesting how Japanese cars usually don't have flukes, not only for the warranty period, but for their 20 yr. lives. If you look at it logically, it works, or it doesn't work. You wanted to use it, it wouldn't work. That wasn't a fluke! The problem is if it's sporadic, when you take it into the dealership, since you're a warranty customer, you'll get the "everything performing as designed" response. They need to work on cars where the customers are paying $130 for an oil change and $150/hr. for labor!
I dunno, it's laughable how much we love our BMWs. Again, it's about the way they drive. Prices go up 4k and people still think they got a good deal due to financing or discounts, they don't even care that the base went up 4k!
Truth. You certainly wouldn't like paying 60-65k for a loaded 335 coupe up here. But things are worth as much as people will pay for them.
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