really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
32,294 miles

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2010 BMW 320d seat belts / air bags problems

seat belts / air bags problem

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2010 BMW 320d Owner Comments

problem #4

Mar 312016


  • miles


"tamara recall" - after calling my dealer to ask when my car will be taken care of I still have not been informed about when that will happen. I received my recall letter early last year. It seems to me as though someone is dragging their feet. Maybe your Agency needs to light a fire under those involved in expediting this recall fulfillment.

- Englewood, OH, USA

problem #3

Jan 052017


  • miles
Takata recall BMW promised to replace defective air bag in 2016 late summer. But now it is January, 2017. They still haven't provided parts to get it fixed in a timely manner. I contact BMW customer service. They are just giving bs. There are 17 similar customers like me waiting for parts. BMW should not allow to sell any new cars in nc until we get the parts. Because all new car comes with new air bag. If they can sell new car, they should have air bag. So why not put the safety of existing customer in the highest priority?

- Morrisville, NC, USA

problem #2

Mar 202015


  • 85,178 miles
Driving from work on a snowing day, going about 25 to 35. The rear of the car started going to the other side of lane. I traded to get control but it was to late. I hit a guard rail and the air bags never came out.

- Allentown, PA, USA

problem #1

Aug 212014

320d 6-cyl

  • 44,000 miles
I am 5'2", fat and wanted either an on/switch for my front driver's airbag, or I was going to apply under your guidelines to have the driver's airbag disconnected. BMW apparently can do neither since their airbag is tied into its electrical system. I have gotten nothing but a run around regarding what for me is a safety issue. I don't want to be decapitated in the event of a crash. Do you have any enforcement authority over this that would make BMW comply with your requirements?

- Durham, NC, USA

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