CERTIFIED BMW SERVICE CENTER IN Houston TX
Advantage BMW Midtown invites you to our Certified BMW service center in Houston, TX. No matter what make or model, your vehicle deserves expert care from ASE certified auto mechanics and technicians. Find out why our BMW service and repair center is one of the best places to bring your car, truck or SUV for maintenance, repair, or a routine oil change in the Houston area.
ASE CERTIFIED BMW REPAIR & MAINTENANCE NEAR ME
Advantage BMW Midtown’s automotive technicians are factory-trained BMW mechanics who use state-of-the-art technology and equipment to help you keep your vehicle running like new. You can trust your vehicle’s scheduled service or unexpected repair to our highly skilled team.
For the best possible experience at our Certified BMW Service Center, simply click the button to schedule service or call 855-621-5786 to make an appointment. We look forward to serving you.
WHY SERVICE YOUR VEHICLE AT THE DEALERSHIP?
Servicing your car, truck or SUV at the dealership has several primary advantages:
You get expert, certified BMW mechanics at similar or better prices than your local “car repair shop near me” or “Houston auto mechanic.
Our ASE certified BMW shop follows strict quality guidelines.
We only use high quality, genuine BMW parts.
OIL CHANGE IN Houston
Oil changes are one of the most basic, yet most often misunderstood item of vehicle maintenance. It is important to ensure you are putting the right kind of oil in your vehicle. Mixing synthetic, synthetic-blend and conventional oil can ruin your engine. Our BMW mechanics are trained to check and double-check. Meaning that they get it right the first time, everytime.
WHEEL ALIGNMENT & TIRE ROTATION NEAR ME
Need help keeping your car in line? Looking for wheel alignment or tire rotation near you? Advantage BMW Midtown’s service department can help. Using computerized wheel alignment and tire rotation and balancing machines, we can get your vehicle back on track in no time.
It is highly advisable to get an alignment if:
- You get new tires, rims, or wheels.
- Your vehicle is pulling, or drifting, to one side or another.
- One side tire(s) are more worn out than the other.