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What’s the purpose of a BMW  pre-purchase inspection?
 Do I really need a pre-purchase inspection before I buy my BMW?  Our new Customer said he got a great deal when buying this 7 Series.  Would you buy an BMW with an massive oil leak, bent aftermarket wheels completely worn suspension, smoking engine, worn interior and 119 fault codes in the diagnostic system?  Now he can’t  smog his car!   Three fault codes are bad enough but 119?  We at Bimmers Clinic, Inc. charge  for the pre-purchase inspection and we save you a great deal by the information we  gather about your BMW.  How else would you know all the problems hidden from the view of most mechanics?  It pays to have” the right BMW tools and equipment when doing the  job right.”   #BMWmechanic   #BMWinspection   #BMW745iissues
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2016-03-03
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Well sad, I agreed 100%
Which person are you?
Your Customers Aren’t Cheap. Your Salespeople Are. 
Too many salespeople complain that the only thing they ever hear from their customers is their prices are too high.  
To these salespeople, the only thing holding them back from making more sales is their company’s unwillingness to be more flexible with price.  
The argument the salesperson makes is that the competition has never been stiffer and the customers have never had more options to get what they need at a lower price.  Gee, isn’t that a new argument?  
Salespeople have been using that argument since the dawn of selling. You might say some things never change.  
The real issue is not that customers have become cheap. In my opinion, the issue is salespeople have become cheaper!   What I mean by this is far too many salespeople have allowed themselves to believe the only way they can be successful selling is if they’re discounting the price.  
For many salespeople, the price discount has become the central tool they use to close a sale. I watch salespeople spend little to no time understanding the customer’s specific needs.   To them it’s all about speed, and the best way to sell fast is to sell cheap.  
If you think I’m kidding, take a look at the numbers your salespeople are reporting.  The average discount has done nothing but grow in the last 5 years.  
Salespeople are allowing themselves to believe the discount is essential.  It’s time we stop the madness.  We have to really challenge ourselves to understand why discounts are being offered at all.  
As I already said, the biggest issue is the salesperson isn’t taking the time to truly understand the customer’s needs.  The salesperson is not willing to ask questions and they lack the confidence to stand up to the customer when the customer asks for a discount.  
It’s impossible to have the level of confidence you need to resist a customer’s demand for a better price if you don’t truly know their needs.  Knowing their needs gives you the ammunition to counteract the customer’s request for a discount.  
When they’ve shared with you their needs and you’ve been able to build on them, you naturally will feel more confident in holding firm on price.   If, on the other hand, you don’t know how what you’re selling is going to help your customer, it’s only natural that you both will resort to the low price denominator.  
Customers aren’t cheap. They become discount focused because salespeople have allowed them to become that way. 
 
No, I’m not advocating you or your sales team should single handedly change what all customers believe.  
What I am advocating is if you truly understand the needs of the customer and explore jointly with the customer how they will benefit from what you offer, then you can resist their price demands.  
In fact, not only will you be able to resist their price demands, but you also will face less pricing pressure from customers.  The reason is simple – the customer will see how much they need what you’re offering. In the end, you’ll have a happier customer and more profit in your pocket.

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6pm ..and time to close up at Bimmers Clinic,Inc ,but the temperature is still 100F...welcome to California
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How do I find out of my BMWs correct paint code?

Sometimes you wish to order an additional touch up paint for your car and you call your favorite BMW specialist (Bimmers Clinic) or local BMW dealer and you wish to request an order. Suddenly they come back to you with an question..what color is your car or better, can you give me the paint code??  Answer: silver and what paint code?? The newer Generation BMWs now available the code at your VIN# sticker,located at the door pillar lower section (black color sticker)..see the picture below. In the past you were able to find a small sticker with a name and code attached to the shock tower under the engine hood. Your lost resort can be also; if you provide the professional with the last 7digits of your vehicle ID number (you can find it on your insurance card)and he or she is going to be find your info very promptly.   #BMWpaintcode   #BMWcollision   #BMWVINnumber
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How Often I Should  Service My BMW Automatic Transmission

If your bmw automatic transmission seems to be acting up by hesitating ,clunking when you changing gears or you move your gear selector from “P” to “D” position and delay to engage the gear, it is an Red Flag of the transmission operation. Today’s electronically controlled transmission required fluid and filter change at least every 60000 miles intervals. The number one failure cause is the fluid level(such as leaks) and none serviced transmissions. Most BMW transmission replacement, under warranty,the cause was unchecked fluid level (according per ZF engineers). The dreadful transmission program light on the dash is an safety warning light and not necc.due to your transmission failure. The basic condition of the car should be always correct (battery,charging system,DSC-ABS operation etc). Here at Bimmers Clinic,Inc we are confident ,that we can help you to solve your concerns with proper equipment, immense experience and proper diagnostic. Please  see the pictures of  the 6 speed transmission service kit that we use here at Bimmers Clinic,Inc or look the other images that you don’t want to happened to you(transmission replacement at 130000 miles.  #BMW transmission repair  #transmission specialist  #ZF transmission
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2015-09-06
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 My 2007 E60 530i BMW Engine Is Blowing Smoke! What Does It Mean?


My 2007 E60 530i BMW Engine Is Blowing Smoke! What Does It Mean?
Lately many BMWs are towed in with massive smoking issues. The Service Engine Soon light is on and it is accompanied with rough idle and lack of power . Customers draw nightmare scenarios. Here at Bimmers Clinic,Inc we are listening to your concern and we are willing to test and diagnostic correctly your BMW problem with the right tools, factory BMW ISTA scanner and Smoke Tester. We will repair the job correctly.  Look at the pictures below to see how much work is involved  in diagnosing a smoking BMW engine problem. This is before we give an answer to the customer…This car’s issue was a failing crankcase ventilation system.  #BMWdiagnostic   #Specialist #BMWenginesmoking
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2015-08-20
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This is an live example how an 12 years old BMW's interior can look,when we bought this used BMW we restored the interior with some color coordination with the wife's taste,updated all aged mechanical parts and safety items and now every body think that she have a new car.     #BMWseatrepair   #BMWrestoration  #BMWz4club   

 
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2015-08-05
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People often ask us...How many miles I can get out my BMW? ...well here is the proof 2004 BMW Z4 and 207000 miles. Original engines,transmission,drivetrain   #bmwz4repair   #BMWz4club   #BMWcarclub  
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Why do I need more BMW repairs right after my warranty has expired ? Lately, we have noticed more and more new customers are coming to us for BMW service after their factory warranty has expired. These new customers are always very surprised when we inform them of how additional repair work will suddenly start showing up now their warranty has expired. Factory warranties usually accompany new cars - with new engines, new drivetrains, new steering and new brakes. If it seems like oil leaks, coolant leaks, worn belts, leaking hoses and squealing brakes all suddenly appear just after your warranty has expired - please understand, it's not a coincidence. As the mileage increases gaskets, belts hoses and brake pads begin to wear out and expire just like your warranty. Get the picture?

We have always believed at Bimmers Clinic Inc it is in everybody's best interest to educate our customers about the value of preventative maintenance. Periodic inspections and routine maintenance saves our customers nasty surprises, extensive repairs and unexpected expenditures of money. So if your BMW model has a recently expired factory warranty, let the Bimmers Clinic Inc give your vehicle a complimentary (yes, that means free) thorough mechanical inspection to advise you of the present condition of your vehicle. In fact we will even extend this offer to you while your car is still under BMW's manufacturers warranty. 


   #BMWwarranty   #BMWmaintenance   #BMWoil leaks 
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2015-08-05
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BMW M3 service and repair experts in Reseda 
#bmwm3    #bmw   #bmw7series  
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