Richmond BMW Service Department

  • Synthetic Oil and Filter
  • Tire Rotation
  • 4-Wheel Alignment
  • Front Brakes

When you bring your car in for service at Richmond BMW, you get five-star treatment with our excellent customer service. Our service center is staffed with only experienced, certified technicians who understand the intricacies of your BMW. They are capable of working on all makes and models, and you get the benefit of a service center that is completed dedicated to meeting your needs when you come see us.

Serving Richmond, Fredericksburg, Chesterfield, Columbia

The dealership is proud to be a part of the Richmond, Virginia, community. We have served our customers for years and pride ourselves on the fact that many customers choose us first for all of their automotive needs. Our technicians have the knowledge to complete all minor and major repairs, and we also complete manufacturer recommended regularly scheduled maintenance. All of our services are designed with quality and customer satisfaction in mind.

Each vehicle that comes into our dealership gets personalized attention and a complete diagnostic profile. This helps our technicians to diagnoses less commonly known problems, so we can ensure that all of our customers are driving away in a safe and reliable vehicle. Testing also helps reduce the cost of repairs since we can often find problems and resolve them before they become a major issue. Our dealership is always running great promotions and deals, and you can typically get fantastic offers for tire rotation, oil changes, alignments and brakes.

Automotive Service

Customers who choose our dealership get the benefit of knowing that we only use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts. These parts are designed to work specifically with your vehicle, and they aren't the generic parts that many other auto retailers use. When you visit our dealership, you'll always get the best value and genuine parts because we care about your safety.

Auto shops that use generic aftermarket parts are trying to save a few dollars on the cost of repairs. Using generic parts allows the auto shop to have a more efficient stock, since it can be expensive to stock OEM parts for every potential make and model. When an autoshop does use OEM parts, they have to contact the dealership to order them or get in touch with the warehouse. This can be time-consuming, so they often use generic parts to make repairs more easily and faster. However, this practice can leave the customer with a less reliable vehicle.