If you are looking to repair your BMW or simply just service it, you’ve come to the right place! Our BMW specialists provide owners in Sarasota with superior repair and services at fair prices. With a complete team of expert BMW mechanics who are well versed at repairing the BMW line including the 1-7 Series, X, Z4, M, and Hybrid. The BMW name and brand is a considerable investment, and we want to help you take the best care of your BMW vehicle. We offer our BMW services at competitive prices, dispelling the belief that the repairs and service of BMW vehicles have to be sky high.
Instead of trying to take your money, we focus more on helping you keep your vehicle safe and running well. Our first priority is ensuring your satisfaction meanwhile delivering the high quality, professional service you expect. Our technicians are able to easily perform a range of services. From oil changes or brake adjustments to replacing timing belts and spark plugs.
When you bring your BMW automobile to us, we will take care of your vehicle as if it were our own. We know how important it is to have a reliable vehicle and to get the most out of the BMW. We invite you to stop by if you are in the neighborhood or give us a call so that we can schedule an appointment for your BMW vehicle’s next repair or service.
BMWs tend to cost more for maintenance and servicing due to the nature of their vehicles primarily being higher-performance models, particularly when you enter the M-Class and engines like the V8 and above. These vehicles require more labor and high-quality parts to maintain, so a BMW owner should plan on visiting your local BMW specialist every 10,000 miles or once per year, whichever comes first.
As noted above, the parts and labor involved can increase the cost of servicing. From our experience over the years, smaller jobs such as oil changes and filters start at $120. For more involved servicing appointments, which can vary quite dramatically in needs, plan on starting at $400 and up.
BMWs can be quite reliable, but they sometimes get a bad reputation, which we’d like to correct with some notes. BMW engines tend to last very well if they are maintained at the suggested intervals and the owner (or garage) doesn’t skimp on lower quality parts; even such things as discount oil. Where some owners experience more prevalent issues are all the support elements of the car. Everything is electric, from the windows to the mirrors and the seats, so that allows for hiccups to present themselves more commonly than say the engine. This is good news, because the engine is strong, but some owners will get frustrated with quirky parts needing attention at random intervals.