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My family has been enjoying the great service from BMW... - email@example.com
My family has been enjoying the great service from BMW Markham for more than 15 years. It is a very great experience to buy our BMW cars and enjoy the after-sales service through BMW Markham. They treat us like the family members! We thanks them very much!
Tim and his team are amazing. Everything is always... - Mary
Tim and his team are amazing. Everything is always perfect when completed. Very welcoming and thorough at their job. Recommend them. Excellent work. Work always done on time. Vehicle always clean and neat when work is complete.
Always a 5 star performance - MiniPM
My second visit for service and just like the first I was not disappointed with the courtesy of the staff and the quality of the service. Dylan was great and offered suggestions for the next service. From making the appointment to picking up my freshly washed Mini I know it was well taken care of.
See my google review for comments not worth repeating... - j.jansen
See my google review for comments not worth repeating myself but I would never return to this dealership service department not what I would expect
From my recent experience - plain and simple the service... - xx
From my recent experience - plain and simple the service department is a rip off. The coolant return hose cracked on my 2013 335 (150,00km) while driving in Bloor West two days before Christmas 2020. I am surprised that this hose cracked, I would expect that it would be made of better material on a BMW. Not having much of an option I had the car towed to Endras, which is close to where I live. On Dec 28th, I was told and given a whole bunch of reasons for the cost of the repair +/- $700?????. This to replace a cheap plastic hose that takes less then 30min of work. I told them that I was not happy, so they dropped the price to a generous +/- $600. Not having a choice due to pandemic as many places are closed and being Christmas, plus I needed a car, I agreed. That afternoon the car was ready. After talking to the mechanic and having him show me exactly what the work entailed, they dropped the price to $494.36 (total parts, labour and tax), which, after doing some research, is still about $300 above what is reasonable for the work performed. How is that at a whim they can drop the price $200 but would feel comfortable charging $700? I am aware dealers typically charge more then other mechanics, which I am ok with and understand as they do offer other services, but $500 more on a simple job, that I do not understand. And no, the price did not include towing fees.