BMW Wireless Charging

New Standard Wireless Features Keep the 6 Series Connected Driving is quickly becoming a connected experience. Although the first “carphone” was invented nearly 100 years ago, it didn’t have much range and was rather experimental. Today, mobile communication and connectivity is considered essential to most people. We take our smart phones and mobile devices with […]

BMW Takes Another Step Towards Autonomous Driving With the 2017 5 Series

If you’ve been keeping up with BMW news lately then you’ve probably heard the chatter about the 2017 5 Series. After years of minor updates, the BMW is giving this long-running lineup a facelift. The seventh generation of 5 Series models will look and operate more like a 7 Series sedan, but that’s not the […]

7 Series Carbon Core

Lighter, Stronger, Faster – The Difference of BMW’s Carbon Core BMW’s engineers are always looking for ways to improve the power and performance of their vehicles. Much of the time focus is put on the engine, but dozens of components get factored into the equation. One of the more important factors is the weight of […]

The Soft Roof That’s Making Convertibles More Convenient and Comfortable

The convertible. There’s something so nostalgic about a ragtop. Maybe because convertibles reached their height in popularity during the 1960s when people were starting to let loose a little more. No other type of vehicle expresses the feeling you get from the freedom of the open road like a convertible. But they aren’t always the […]

How the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Revolutionized a Style

Is it a coupe or a sedan? If you’re looking at a BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe the answer is both. For years and years, the coupe body style was identified by a few characteristics – one of them being two doors. In French, the word coupé means “cut”. But did you know coupe originally referred to […]

BMW M3 Common Problems and Repair Costs

There is no denying that the BMW M3 models are extremely well made vehicles. That said, like all cars, the M3 has its quirks. After 27 years on the road there are very few complaints with this sport coupe. The issues most commonly reported include: Leaks in the Power Steering Hose – The M series […]

BMW i3 Series Review: i3 Repair, Service & Common Problems – Austin BMW Experts

BMW i3 Owner’s Guide Electric cars have come a long way in the last decade. Tesla turned the auto world on its head with an electric car that rivaled other sports cars in style and performance. Now, BMW is getting in the game with an electric car of its own. The BMW i3 is helping […]

Buying a Used BMW in Austin, TX

Considerations When Buying a Used BMW In the market for a used BMW? Buying any used car requires careful consideration, but for BMWs there are a number of specific things to keep in mind. Here are the considerations that need to be made to get a solid, pre-owned BMW. Service History Because of the long […]

Common BMW Engine Problems for Austin, TX Owners

If you own, or plan to own, a BMW then you’re probably curious about what engine problems are most common so you know what to look out for. Below is a rundown that outlines the most common engine problems we see at German Auto Center in Austin, TX. Water Pump Failure It’s not unheard of […]

BMW Testing a Vehicle Controlled by a Smartwatch

How Intellect is Smartwatch Car Technology? If you like the innovation of the BMW i3, things are about to get a whole lot more interesting. The German auto manufacturer is about to unveil some impressive technology, but it won’t be at an auto show. BMW is set to show off its smartwatch controlled i3 at […]

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