Check Out Our Road Home Sales Event

 

Most dealerships hold their own month-long Black Friday event. We have our own offer that is pretty much the same, just with a different name. From now until November 30th, 2017, stop by BMW of Asheville to check out our Road Home Sales Event.

So, what does our event consist of? Eligible customers can receive up to $3,000 holiday credit on select models. More specifically, the maximum $3,000 credit applies to the 2017…

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2018 BMW M3 May Get Carbon Fiber Roof

 
In previous BMW M3 and BMW M4 models, the driveshaft was made from carbon fiber parts to bring down the total weight. However, the German automaker recently announced that it will be returning to steel for the driveshaft in order to conform to emission regulations.
 
Of course, more steel means a heavier base weight. However, it looks like the carbon fiber will be fitted elsewhere. It was first reported in the official BMW blog that…
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Spy Shots Reveal BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

 
The latest round of spy shots reveals a heavily camouflaged BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe being tested on public roads. 

The vehicle's design is similar to the Gran Coupe for the 2017 BMW 4 Series and 2017 BMW 6 Series. However, the BMW 2 Series version has a more upright greenhouse with shorter rear and front overhangs. It is also suspected that the model will have a rear hatch, similar to the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe. The prototype seen in test photos also appears to be an M variant due to the presence of blue brake calipers, a…
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Understand the Warning Lights on Your BMW Car Dashboard

 
Some lights on your BMW dashboard are pretty self-explanatory, such as the left and right arrows indicting the turn signals are on, or the high beam icon. However, other icons only switch on once in a blue moon to indicate a problem with the vehicle. You may not recognize these symbols due to almost never seeing them. We will explain what some of the common icons on a BMW car dashboard mean.

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Future BMW Vehicles May Not Use Traditional Keys

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It looks like BMW automakers has been toying around with the idea of making traditional keys obsolete. The brand is contemplating the transition to a mobile app that enables remote lock and unlocking. This will completely replace a standard car key and even the fairly recent wireless key fobs.
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The New 2018 BMW i3 Confirmed

 

Several new details have been released about the 2018 BMW i3. This includes the rollout of the 2018 BMW i3, coming soon to BMW of Asheville later this year. 

For the BMW i3, some changes include a minor refresh. The vehicle’s trademark A-pillar roofline will now have a glossy black finish that matches some of the accent pieces. The front and rear bumper have also been redesigned and now have a slightly wider frame…

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Should You Buy or Lease a BMW Vehicle?

 
To buy or lease is one of the first questions you must answer before visiting BMW of Asheville. Of course, there is no right or wrong answer, because it ultimately comes down to your specific needs and personal preferences. We’ll explain the situations where buying is preferable over leasing and vice versa. 
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What We Know About the 2019 BMW X5

 

BMW vehicles typically see a new generation model every seven years. The BMW X5 series, though, will be getting a new generation a bit sooner. This model is currently in its third-generation and was introduced in 2014. The fourth-generation, however, is slated for a 2018 arrival as a 2019 model.

The 2019 BMW X5 will see some major changes. The most notable is that it will be built on the same Cluster Architecture platform that…

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