Is the 2012 BMW 328i reliable?

Is the 2012 BMW 328i reliable?

Very reliable Interior design 4.0. Performance 5.0. Value for the money 5.0.

Is the BMW 328i xDrive reliable?

The BMW 328i xDrive Reliability Rating is 2.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 24th out of 31 for luxury midsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $900 which means it has poor ownership costs. Repairs are more frequent for the 328i xDrive, so you may experience a few more visits to your BMW shop than normal.

What goes wrong with BMW 328i?

Overheating and Cooling System Failure BMW and Audi seem to share this nuisance in common – among many – but for the 328i that would be that the cars notoriously overheat. The overheating is typically caused by one of two problems. Second is that cars love to leak coolant.

Are there any problems with my BMW 328i?

BMW 328i Problems. Find the most common issues based on car owner complaints. To check for problems affecting your car, select your make and model below: Tap theto learn more about the most common BMW 328i problems. The engine may stall when the engine is warmed up. The AC compressor may seize resulting in loss of cold air from the AC vents.

Is the BMW 328i xDrive a good car?

2012 BMW 328I XDRIVE has been a pleasure to drive so far. Very reliable car. No major issues at all. Over 100,000 miles and still going strong. If you do regular maintenance the car will take care of you. I’m a do it yourself man so only issue I have is the difficulty to get some of the smallest jobs done because of the design.

What causes BMW 328 power train to fail?

Car was towed to BMW dealer, cause of engine failure was due to the timing chain and guide. Will require new engine (out of warranty – BMW will not provide assistance). After additional research it has led to my conclusion that this is a common problem and a class action law suite has been submitted in regards to early model N20 motors.

Why is MY BMW 328 going into limp mode?

Within 2 months engine malfunction warning would show up and car would go into “limp mode” and barely drive able. Sometimes could be reset by turning off, then back on. Happened multiple times, and every time the dealer told me no one else was having this problem. They blamed the fuel injectors and replaced them multiple times.