Do you own a BMW car?
Do you love it?
Do you want to ensure that it runs the way it runs now for years, if not decades to come?
If the answer to the above questions was all a big fat yes then answer the next question too –
When was the last time you took your car to an authorised BMW service centre for its scheduled maintenance? If the answer to this question was recently then you are an owner who loves his/her BMW and if the answer to this question was ‘I don’t remember’, well, you should be ready to bleed your bank account dry because your BMW is well on its way to a complete electro-mechanical failure.
So what happens to your BMW car if you don’t service it regularly?
According to a renowned certified mechanic that is associated with offering BMW repairs Perth, most of the time the reason why BMW car owners refrain from taking their car for servicing is simple – servicing a car, irrespective of its brand, costs money.
With that stated, you should remember that by not taking your car today for its scheduled maintenance, sure you could be saving a few hundred dollars but as time passes, your BMW’s –
- Cooling system
- Its suspension system will be subjected to irreversible damage which would need to be replaced in time and that would bleed your bank account dry.
You should remember that you would need to take your BMW to an authorised service centre even when the ‘check engine’ notification isn’t even being shown in the MID of your car’s dash.
Your BMW’s engine won’t be spared if you fail to take your car for its scheduled maintenance
Taking your BMW to an authorized service centre for its scheduled servicing also increases the chances of you getting to know about underlying issues with your car that could have been the result of a major accident.
Furthermore, as mentioned earlier, sure regular servicing could result in you paying the team of mechanics who have working on your car a few hundred dollars but if you fail to service your car regularly, the car’s –
- Head gasket
- Its pistons or
- Even its crankshaft could sustain irreversible damage and replacing these parts would cost you dearly.
Avoid all of this by taking your car for its scheduled maintenance without a shred of doubt, today.
Okay, you might be thinking that servicing your BMW is indeed an important part of owning one but what if you forget? Well, fret not as your BMW is equipped with an intelligent maintenance system whose sole job is to notify the owner about the time when the car needs to be serviced. You can access this function by using the iDrive system from the primary screen. This feature will also provide you with a plethora of information like the status of your BMW’s engine oil and the status of the brake pads. You can also run a diagnostic test of your car if you want to make sure that everything is in perfect order. So, periodically check out this feature and do keep an eye out for ‘Check engine’ lights too.