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    David S
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    Question Colorado Dealerships / Service

    Colorado Dealerships / Service


    Has anyone had recent experience with servicing their BMW at any of these Colorado dealerships. Were you happy with the quality of their work ?

    Looking to have routine maintenance 14 RT

    Grand Junction BMW
    Colorado Springs Powersports
    BMW of Denver

    Thanks David

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    I had service done for my F700GS (brake fluid/flush, valve check, spark plugs, air filter) at BMW of Denver where I bought my bike.

    At Colorado Springs Powersports I had tires changed and front wheel bearings replaced.

    Both make a professional impression for me. From what I hear from my buddies is that for more serious work they would more likely prefer BMW of Denver.

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    BMW of Denver treated me well when I had an urgent issue while traveling through the city. They worked me in and got me fixed up. I live 50 miles north of Denver, and have a local dealer that I can't recommend: NOCO motorsports. I would not buy from them, nor have work done there except under factory warranty.

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    +1 for BMW of Denver. I have only been a customer there for a few years but have always been treated well. They have a long standing reputation for quality service in the community.

    I do not have any experience with the CO Springs or Grand Junction dealers.

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    I have had occasional dealing with the Grand Junction dealership. Generally passing through and needing something. Tires usually. They have always been happy to work in a touring rider. As far as serious major mechanical maintenance I don't have experience with them but they have always treated me well, been professional, got the job done, and we moved on. I like them.
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    Thanks for the replies !

    I usually go south or west for service on the way somewhere - anyway I haven't been that happy with Santa Fe and couldn't recommend it. However, I have been satisfied with the service and would recommend GOAz in Scottsdale. But this spring I'm not heading in that direction. I think I'll check out BMW of Denver.

    Thanks, David

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschuppner View Post
    I usually go south or west for service on the way somewhere - anyway I haven't been that happy with Santa Fe and couldn't recommend it. However, I have been satisfied with the service and would recommend GOAz in Scottsdale. But this spring I'm not heading in that direction. I think I'll check out BMW of Denver.

    Thanks, David
    BMW of Denver is a good choice, imho.

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    Grand Junction BMW sort of merged with the HD dealership and their selection of BMW stuff is minimal.

    The people at Foothills BMW in Lakewood are very good. I was overheating with my GTL so I stopped by without an appointment and two service folks came out and looked at it. They assured me my coolant was okay and as I was on the road, suggested that I go to a drug store, get a spray bottle and a bottle of hydrogen peroxide and just squirt the $hit out of the radiator. That dissolved all the dead organisms stuck there and I was able to ride home overheating free until I could get the radiator properly cleaned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidballen View Post
    Grand Junction BMW sort of merged with the HD dealership and their selection of BMW stuff is minimal.
    They have been a joint BMW and HD dealership for several years. Both times I got service there they were more HD dealer than BMW dealer, but still a good BMW dealer in my opinion.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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