drove here for service from Cypress because the service has always been great, and I purchased my BMW from Advantage Midtown. However, after the past few visits I will not be returning. I made a Saturday morning appointment (HUGE MISTAKE) and my service advisor Jeff Rodgers had to reschedule me for a weekday afternoon because he was "too busy". I show up for the second appointment only to find my service advisor had never turned in my new appointment, and didn't come into work that day. Over the years I've brought my X3 in six times for the same issue (still hasn't been fixed) and they've recently denied my request for a goodwill repair on my glove box, that most other service centers will cover. My service advisor also lied to me about a "nationwide backorder" for the part in question, which I found at several other service centers and everywhere online... DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME!
I would highly discourage anyone needing to service a BMW from using Midtown BMW. They are not the only dealership with a service center in the Houston area (thank goodness for that) and I can assure you that the service you receive from Midtown BMW would be a frustrating disappointment. My most recent experience at the service center servicing a car I purchased from this dealership, was such an absolute joke it's hard to even paint a clear picture of just how terrible the customer service at this location is. After bringing my car in for an issue and being charged thousands of dollars worth of unnecessary parts and labor to "fix" the issue, I was told the car was repaired. On my way home from picking up my car at the service center the issue I brought the car in for was still very present and had not been fixed, and to make matters much worse the car completely died (which it has never done before). So the car was towed back to the service center and they claimed they looked at the car again and the issue was repaired because they couldn't find any problems with the car. So I picked the car up from the service center for a second time in one week, and again, on the way home it was clear the cars issues had not been fixed. So I took the car back to the service center for a third time, and asked to speak with a mechanic and he was able to diagnose the cars issues right away and said he could fix it in a couple hours. 4 days later the car was ready (I'm still not sure how something that I was told would take a couple hours took 4 days). On the way home from the service center for the 3rd time, the "check engine" light came on. The service agent refused to refund us any of the money for all of the parts we purchased the first time we brought the car in, which just blows my mind considering all of those parts didn't fix the problem and were completely unnecessary. So in a nutshell, the Midtown BMW service center is a complete and total rip off, with customer service agents who care nothing about customer service, and mechanics who apparently have a very difficult time repairing BMW's even though that is what the specialize in. I strongly suggested you save yourself time and money by having you BMW serviced anywhere but Midtown BMW.