The return to Wolvercote was originally supposed to be in January (from memory). I’ll certainly be giving them a call before setting off next week to make sure I still need to go to Long Hanborough rather than Wolvercote!They were telling me they are heading back to Wolvercote next week
That's been a characteristic of this recall so far. And mis-information, guesswork, and plain BS.Sounds like they are very un-informed.
I agree. They could have handled this recall much better.That's been a characteristic of this recall so far. And mis-information, guesswork, and plain BS.
Frankly, for a company that has to run as many recall & product rectification campaigns as BMW Motorrad does, I'd expected better.
BMW CUSTOMER DON`TCARE Australia is full of BS and is a waste of time. I would be interested to know if I took the recall and so on to the Australian Consumer affairs/ or better the ACCC and let them know that BMW are releasing defective bikes to the dealerships and expecting the dealers to fit the issue. Then to see what sort of action would happen as it is illegal for any manufacturer here to sell or release a defective bike or car under and recall let alone a Stop Sale then expect the dealerships to fix their problems and find the resources to do BMW`s dirty work.What's funny ( sad ) called BMW America customer care, they told me that the recall kits, nor tools had been released and that they were still working on the update.
Sounds like they are very un-informed.
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