Can you really sue a manufacturer because you are annoyed about long crank times and an occasional part failure? I mean flat tires might be more common, and more dangerous? What would be the grounds for the suit? Just curious.
I mean I fought tooth and nail with subaru, leveraging the NHTSA, to fight a blatant fuel leak in my WRX...and thousands of other WRX's. It took four years to wake up the NHTSA and Subaru for a simple refund for the repair. The fuel leak over a hot turbocharger seems more like a candidate for a class action than finicky BMW fuel pumps...unless people are getting killed or dollars are being stolen...good luck.
Straight-Six Addict - Dave