Any serious issues with 2007 BMW X5?
Filed under reliability - Asked by Paddy Dillon (Borris Co Carlow) - Fri, 05 Apr 2013 17:05
We're presuming that by 2007 you mean the current shape BMW X5. If so there are a couple of things to watch for. A smoky exhaust as the engine warms up could mean a blown turbo seal, which could cost as much as €2,500 to fix. The electronic handbrakes can give trouble and make sure that recall work for the seatbelt tensioner, brake fluid leak and front airbags have all been completed.
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Thanks for your reply. I didn't buy the X5 in the end. The dealer put new battery in and electrics went haywire , was sent back to BMW dealer. Told me it could be 10 days for part.
Posted by Paddy Dillon (Borris Co Carlow) - Thu, 18 Apr 2013 20:41:27