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Boca Raton Man Sues BMW Over Broken $84k Luxury Car


BMW Allegedly Says 760i Is Unfixable… Lawsuit Filed…

BMW 760i, courtesy


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton man is suing BMW of North America after the company allegedly has been unable to repair a 2023 BMW 760i valued at more than $84,000.

David Siegel, in a lawsuit just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, says that his leased 760i is suffering from several defects, including a fuel door that will not open, a stuck rear-window shade, and software that is taking upwards of 15 seconds to load. BMW acknowledges the defects, according to the suit, but has been unable to solve the problems. The rear shade issue can not be fixed, according to the suit, because BMW states there are no parts available.

“As a result (of the problems), the vehicle’s use, value, and safety have been significantly impaired,” wrote attorneys on behalf of Mr. Siegel. “Manufacturer’s inability or refusal to successfully repair the vehicle in a reasonable amount of repair attempts is in derogation of Manufacturer’s obligations and promises to the Plaintiff under the warranty.”

The value of the BMW in question, according to the purchase order reviewed by, is $84,060. The suit seeks a new vehicle or other remedy. Mr. Seigel is represented by Cremeens Law Group of Tampa. BMW did not a file a response to the suit with he Palm Beach County Clerk of Court as of Tuesday afternoon.



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