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The BMW 5-Series is Getting a Major Update in 2021

Posted 9/21/20

Are you a fan of the BMW 5-Series? We are. At our foreign car repair service in Cincinnati, we don’t just repair BMWs — we drive them too. And we couldn’t be more thrilled that the BMW 5-Series is getting a major update in 2021...

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Start Your BMW with an iPhone? It’s a Brave New World

Posted 6/29/20

Ready to open and start your BMW with your iPhone? Apple CarKey — a new feature coming to iPhones soon — enables iPhone owners to open and start supported cars using their handsets, rather than a physical keyfob. According to code found inside iOS 14,...

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Why Our Mechanics Can’t Wait to Check Out New BMW m4

Posted 6/8/20

Our BMW mechanics are excited about the BMW m4 — expected to hit dealerships later this year. The car will bear a close resemblance to the radically styled Concept 4 Series revealed at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show. Autocar Reports: “New images of the coupé...

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The New BMW M2 C5: An Indulgence of an Automobile

Posted 5/4/20

Welcome to 2020. This year, BMW goes back to its luxury car roots with the BMW M2 C5—a limited edition model that will have only 2,200 total built. This rare BMW will have a starting price of $84,595, which is admittedly only a couple of...

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Razor Thin: BMW Tops Mercedes by Just 34 Cars in US Sales

Posted 4/6/20

Look, the mechanics at our Cincinnati auto garage love a competition — especially when it’s close. And when it comes to US sales last October, the BMW vs. Mercedes competition didn’t disappoint. BMW beat Mercedes barely by the nose — a difference of only 34...

Cincinnati BMW Electrical: Company’s 2 Years Ahead of Schedule to Release 25 Electric Vehicles by 2025

In Cincinnati, it was big news that BMW planned to have 25 all electrical cars out by 2025. But now the company’s managed to get ahead of itself and plans on releasing those cars by 2023, 2 years ahead of schedule. The last all electric BMW was the i3 in 2013. But go big or go home, we guess, because BMW is hitting the electric vehicle market on all cylinders, or batteries shall we say. But you can expect the Mini-Electric by the end of this year. The company has already revealed the latest iX3, i4, and iNext electric vehicle prototypes during winter testing. And yes, some of those planned electrical cars will have hybrid versions, which is an important part of the market, especially in Cincinnati where charging stations are still few and far between.