BMW M Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The BMW M1 model code E26 is a mid-engined sports car produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1978 to 1981.
Back in December 2015, James Derek Sapienzaon wrote about The M1, BMW’s Biggest Failure, in a review published Motorbiscuit website: “For such a legend, the BMW M1 sure was one hell of a failure. Designed to take the racing world by storm, it ended up getting lost in the changing tides of the era, only to disappear after three short years. But what a failure it was; as Car and Driver put it in 1981, “The M1 might have been the right car at the wrong time, but every driver deserves a turn at the wheel of what is probably the best fast car ever built.”
Concierge (Former Employee) says"The parking is ridiculous and the management is horrible employees are rude no respect at this place at all no raises and there is racism here including managersNoneEverything"
Service Consultant (Former Employee) says"I learned very quickly that is was not about the customer but how much money we could get from them. The more you got, the better the odds of staying employed. When you take care of the client or do the right thing, you were chastized for spending company dollars.Nice locationBad business practices"
Unemployed looking (Former Employee) says"Nice people and clean environment. Some workers were disrespectful on occassion. However the atmosphere was mostly friendly and pleasant to be at. I would have stayed if I hadn't been layer off.AtmosphereNo advancement oppotunity."
Manager of Internet Sales (Former Employee) says"Too many management changes and constantly shuffling staff from one job title to another. Lack on consistency with management led to a very interesting dynamic."
Service Advisor (Former Employee) says"I saw how extremely high of a turn over rate this company had once I was hired. People were demoted and let go on the drop of a dime. The opportunity for compensation was great.great payno job security"
Stelian says"I ordered a spare wheel kit from Hubauer Shop. The tyre that was delivered to me is almost 8 years old. The producer recomended life cycle is 10 years at most, so soon my product will be useless. If i had known, i would have bought it somwhere else. Customer service was no help, they told me to use the tyre for 15 years (who'd take the risk though?) Returning the product would cost too much, not worth it :(( then I am stuck with this "vintage" tyer."
A-A-ron says"@Tweeeety86 Man that sucks. Sorry to hear. I’m a bmw tech so it makes me cringe when I see these kind of things hap… https://t.co/bvJNpdOfUw"
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