LMG is the premier service center for BMW repair for the residents of Scottsdale. Our team of certified experts will help guide you through the entire service process!
Our auto technicians can help you stay on the road with basic maintenance programs for your vehicle. Regular maintenance is the key to a long, healthy car life. Let the experts at LMG take a look at your vehicle and inspect your car for any transmission issues, failing electric power steering pumps, clutch failure, timing chains that need to be replaced, leaks, VVT performance issues, and damaged radiators. Our service center technicians have the hands-on experience to take care of your BMW like it should.
Our technicians keep your vehicle maintained to factory specifications without the inflated price tag of your local dealership. Our service center is reliable and ready to take on any issue with your car without a hassle. Cooling system, oil leaks, and fuel pump failure repairs are some of our specialties.
BMW Repair, Maintenance, and Performance Upgrades Near Me:
Conveniently located in North Scottsdale, Arizona Lusso Motorsports Group is Arizona's #1 auto shop for luxury, sport, and European made vehicles in Scottsdale, Arizona and the surrounding areas of Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, McCormick Ranch, The Promenade, and DC Ranch.
BMW Preventative Maintenance: Every 5,000 Miles / 6 Months
Two to three times a year, or every 5,000 miles, expect to bring your BMW in for the following routine preventative maintenance: Brake fluid check. Brake inspection, front and rear.
Almost any BMW has the potential to run for up to 200,000 or even 250,000 miles with proper maintenance–and there are always going to be outliers that go further!
Even your BMW owner's manuals recommend an oil change every 15,000 miles. And on most BMW cars, the reminder lights on the instrument panel are set to remind the driver to change their oil at this time, too. But, changing your oil sooner can help prolong engine life and performance.
Car loans average around five years or 100,000 miles. Most lenders expect today's vehicles to last that long before experiencing major problems. Of course, there are variations.