BMW – UK Recalls Summary

Recent BMW UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest BMW UK authorized dealer.


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Recent BMW UK Recalls

BMW i3 (2021) – THE BACKREST RECLINER

on 28 April 2021

BMW i3 (19/02/2021 – 05/03/2021) RECALL: Problem description: The control ring of the recliner of the backrest in the second seat … .

BMW X7 (2021) – INCORRECT HEADREST RODS

on 27 April 2021

BMW X7 (10/02/2021 – 13/02/2021) RECALL: Problem description: Incorrect headrest rods may have been installed in the backrest of the second … .

BMW X5 (2021) – INCORRECT HEADREST RODS

on 27 April 2021

BMW X5 (09/02/2021 – 15/02/2021) RECALL: Problem description: Incorrect headrest rods may have been installed in the backrest of the second … .


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Latest EU Rapex BMW Recalls

  • BMW M3 (2020 – 2021)
    on 10 July 2021

    The abdominal strap (safety-belt buckle) may not have been correctly screwed. This could affect the restraining capacity of the safety belt ... . The post BMW […]

  • BMW 3 Series (2020 – 2021)
    on 10 July 2021

    The abdominal strap (safety-belt buckle) may not have been correctly screwed. This could affect the restraining capacity of the safety-belt and ... . The post […]

  • BMW 2 Series (2021)
    on 10 July 2021

    The strengthening plates attached to the canopy roof may have been poorly glued during the manufacturing process. In the event that ... . The post BMW 2 Series […]

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