BMW named in class action lawsuit over defects in cars equipped with N63B4400 engines

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Plaintiff bring this class action lawsuit against BMW on behalf of all persons who currently own or lease a 5 Series, 6 Series, 7 Series, X5 and/or X6 model BMW equipped with the 4.4-liter V8 version of the N63B4400 engine, manufactured between 2008 and 2013.

As alleged, these engines suffer reliability issues that result from problems relating to the timing chain, fuel injectors, mass airflow sensors, crankcase vent lines, battery, the engine vacuum pump and low-pressure fuel sensors. Such problems led to more serious concerns such as excessive battery drainage (the “Battery Defect”), oil leakage (the “Oil Defect”) and engine seizure, often causing pistons to crack the engine block due to the high pressure (the “Engine Defect”). Such engine reliability issues have arisen with the N63 Engine regardless of mileage, sometimes even occurring in vehicles with less than 20,000 miles.

COMPLAINT

 


Demetrius N. said
312 days ago
I have the exact same issues with no help from BMW.


Shuntinette F. said
312 days ago
I had a 745 with all of those issues ID like to put a claim


Robin H. said
296 days ago
I have the same problem with my 750LI. I want to sue BMW they get too much money for these cars to be allowed to rob the people. Crooks is what they are and they should be ashemed that a outstanding company such as BMW would stoop to such a dissappointing behavioral practice to gain and rob the public.


Dara R. said
294 days ago
I'm having this issue right now!


sheldon m. said
273 days ago
Im having to deal with the same issue with 42,308 miles on car


sheldon m. said
273 days ago
Im having to deal with the same issue with 42,308 miles on car


sheldon m. said
273 days ago
Im having same issues. Will they make this actual recall instead of a customer care package?


Scott S. said
257 days ago
I have these issues as well with no help from bmw and especially valve stem issue, smoke from exhaust whybus this no mentioned and its a 2005 why only 2008-2013 thats sucks man BMW sucks worst car ever owned x5 paid for but worth $0


Scott S. said
257 days ago
I have these issues as well with no help from bmw and especially valve stem issue, smoke from exhaust whybus this no mentioned and its a 2005 why only 2008-2013 thats sucks man BMW sucks worst car ever owned x5 paid for but worth $0


Scott S. said
257 days ago
I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO A ATTOURNEY ABOUT VALVE STEM PROBLEM WITH THE 2005 BMW X5 AND OTHER ISSUES ITS A VERY COMMON ISSUE BUT NO ONE WILL HELP BMW OWNERS. WHY ONLY 2008 - 2013 ? THEY ALL HAVE PROBLEMS


Noel C. said
245 days ago
Problem with the 2011 BMW X6


Jorge R Salinas . said
159 days ago
I have this problem with my 2004 X5 with only 53,000 miles and no help from BMW Dealer or factory they ignored me been looking for help since 8 months ago.


Sandra W. said
156 days ago
Same problem with my 2004 X5 4.4i


Kathleen S. said
102 days ago
I had the oil housing replaced on my BMW 528i and one month later the timing chain broke and my entire engine had to be replaced. This car had the entire electrical system go out only a few days after I purchased it.


Marilyn P. said
101 days ago
This is bs to spend so much money on their vehicles and we all have these problems yet no kne from bmw has stepped up. I decided today this 2011 550i will be my VERY LAST BMW PURCHASE EVER! I will also be sure to share my start to end experience with anyone I come across looking to buy into bmw. Poor quality exact opposite of what I expected. I had the 2010 550i also last year and it also had a oil issue within a week.


Barbara S. said
40 days ago
I have had it with my 2012 BMW 550i, that has been inoperable and sitting in my garage for over a year. BMW refuses to be accountable for the N63 engine issues and I refuse to put anymore money into the vehicle. BMW must be accountable.


michael m. said
20 days ago


michael m. said
20 days ago
same issues with 2010 750li


Michael G. said
4 days ago
2012 BMW 750ilx M-Series
Have had problems with oil consumption, battery, vacuum pump, fuel injectors, seals, loss of power while driving, etc. This vehicle has had the transfer case replaced twice and is currently in for service with the same diagnosis. The dealer is attempting to replace the transfer case a third time. Multiple transmission/engine malfunction warning lights have indicated problems in the past. With the latest transfer case failure, there was no warning light to alert me of any problem with the vehicle. I have paperwork on all work performed since I bought the CPO vehicle. The value of the vehicle has plummeted in value as consumers become aware of issues with the N63 engine. BMW has been aware of issues with the N63 for years, but did not recall the vehicles. Instead they attempt to make repairs when problems occur. These are safety and reliability issues. I deserve a solution more meaningful than an offer by BMW of $1,000 towards a new CPO vehicle or $2,000 on a new vehicle.

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