BMW Oil Consumption Class Action Settlement
The Settlement Class includes all persons or entities in the United States and Puerto Rico who currently own or lease, or previously owned or leased, certain U.S. specification model-year 2009-2014 BMW 5 series, 6 series, 7 series, X5, or X6 vehicles equipped with an N63 engine purchased or leased in the United States or Puerto Rico, which include the following vehicles:
-2009 to 2012, 3/2009 to 6/2012, 7 Series Sedan (F01 & F02) -2010 to 2013, 4/2010 to 6/2012, 7 Series Active Hybrid (F04) -2010 to 2012, 9/2009 to 6/2012, 5 Series Gran Turismo (F07) -2010 to 2013, 3/2010 to 7/2013, 5 Series Sedan (F10) -2011 to 2012, 3/2011 to 7/2012, 6 Series Convertible (F12) -2011 to 2012, 7/2011 to 7/2012,6 Series Coupe (F13) -2010 to 2013, 3/2010 to 6/2013, X5 SAV (E70) -2009 to 2014, 7/2008 to 6/2014, X6 SAV (E71) -2009 to 2012, 9/2009 to 9/2011, X6 Active Hybrid SAV (E72)
Class members can receive a variety of benefits inclusive of reimbursement of prior oil changes, purchase of oil, purchase of batteries when a battery was less than three years old, customer care package, certain future oil changes, engine replacement and discount voucher for a future vehicle
Proof of Purchase
Bang v. BMW of North America LLC and Bavarian Motor Works,Case No. 2:15-cv-06945-MCA-SCM, District Court for the District of New Jersey.
This lawsuit involves model-year 2009-2014 BMW 5 series, 6 series, 7 series, X5, and X6 vehicles equipped with N63 engines that were purchased or leased in the United States or Puerto Rico (the “Class Vehicles”). The lawsuit alleges that the Class Vehicles consume excessive amounts of engine oil, requiring additional oil changes and the need for adding engine oil between regular oil changes, as well as substantial battery drain potentially causing premature battery failure. BMW AG, which manufactures BMW vehicles, and BMW NA, which distributes and warrants BMW vehicles in the U.S., deny these allegations and stand behind and support their products.