BMW Lemon Law Alert! BMW Issues a Recall for More than 75,000 BMWs with Brake Problems
BMW recently issued a voluntary recall for approximately 76,200 2012 through 2014 BMW cars that were sold in the United States. The recall was issued as a result of problems with the braking assist feature of the power braking system. Specifically, the lubricating oil that is supposed to go to the power brake pump can get interrupted thereby resulting in the driver having to use great force to engage the brakes. As a result, it will take drivers much more effort to stop the car and braking distances are much longer.
The BMW vehicles that are involved in the recall include the following:
- 2012 through 2014 BMW 320i Sedans
- 2012 through 2014 BMW 328i Sedans
- 2012 through 2014 BMW 328i xDrive Sports Wagons
- 2012 through 2013 BMW 528i Sedans
- 2013 through 2014 BMW X1 sDrive28i and X1 xDrive28i SUVs
- 2013 through 2014 BMW X3 xDrive28i SUVS
- 2012 through 2014 BMW Z4 sDrive28i Sports Car
Consumers nationwide have reported experiencing these problems with their cars. If you own or lease one of the affected vehicles and you have not experienced any problems with your braking system, you should call your local authorized BMW dealership and inquire about the repairs that need to be conducted pursuant to the recall.
If, however, you own or lease a 2012 through 2014 BMW and you have experienced similar problems with your brakes, it is possible that you are driving a BMW lemon and you may be entitled to compensation per the state and federal lemon law.
If you qualify for compensation under the lemon law, you will be entitled to a replacement vehicle or a refund. The Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts have received consumer inquiries regarding this BMW recall. If you suspect you are driving a BMW lemon, call our lemon law attorneys today who will provide you with a fast and free case evaluation. You can reach the Lemon Law Experts today for a free case review at (877) 885-5366 or you can click here to submit your information.