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9.4

really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
1,300 miles

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2006 BMW 325 accessories - interior problems

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2006 BMW 325 Owner Comments

problem #1

Aug 082005

325 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,300 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Consumer owns 2006 BMW 325I sedan. Vehicle came equipped with Bridgestone turanza tires, 205/55R16. A low pressure warning light came on. According to the owner's manual, it could be driven up to 90 miles at 50 mph. The consumer drove the vehicle to a dealer, which was about 8 miles away, at about 45 mph and drove very carefully. Dealer told the consumer that BMW told him that run flat tires have been driven on lower tire pressure and were not reusable or repairable. Consumer had to pay $229.43 for a new tire. There was nothing in the owners manual stating that tire would not be reusable if tire was used at low pressure. The tire did have warnings on it, but the print was so small that it took great effort to read it. There was no printed warning in vehicle or in vehicle owner's manual about not inflating tire or not repairing or reusing tire after it has been used in the run flat condition. There were no flyers or information from the tire manufacturer. The vehicle did not have the proper information in the manual or at least in some form with the vehicle, as in a tire manufacturer's warranty or brochure.

- Elkgrove Village, IL, USA

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