BMW Service Seattle WA

The BMW service Seattle locals love the most comes from EuroCar Service. By using only the highest-quality tools and equipment, our BMW repair is next to none. It doesn’t matter if your vehicle requires routine BMW maintenance or emergency repairs, we will do everything possible to keep your BMW running in pristine condition. You can always count on the EuroCar Service team!

BMWs are well designed and engineered vehicles that are owned by many people in the Seattle area. To protect your investment, regularly scheduled BMW service is a must. We offer quality BMW repair with a combination of highly trained technicians, state-of-the-art tools, and the latest diagnostic equipment. At EuroCar Service, your BMW will be in capable and expert hands. We are dedicated to making sure each and every one of our Seattle customers receives BMW service that is professional, honest, and dependable.

Bring in your BMW for Reliable Repair and Service

Our BMW repair also includes scheduled maintenance inspections. We can stamp your BMW service manual at our Seattle facility so your warranty will still be valid. Whether you own an Audi, BMW, Land Rover, Mercedes, Mini Cooper, Saab, VW Volkswagen, or a Volvo, we guarantee you will receive incomparable service. If you have any questions about how your BMW is operating, feel free to contact us at 206-527-8828. Our auto repair service advisors in Seattle look forward to speaking with you.

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The thermostat in your car is a critical component. It’s similar to the thermostat in your home; it keeps the temperature regulated, so it’s never too hot or too cold. Your motor needs a working thermostat even more than a house. It has an optimal temperature range and needs to run warm enough to operate Read more…

Car Thermostat

At EuroCar Service, we repair and maintain some of the world’s best-made cars, including Audi, BMW, Fiat, Land Rover, Jaguar, Mercedes, MINI, Saab, Smart Car, Volkswagen, and Volvo. As well-engineered and manufactured as they are, even these vehicles sometimes have design or production issues. When a carmaker or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) determines that Read more…

Vehicle Recall

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Power Steering

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Fuel Gauge

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car emissions

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Making driving safer with advanced driver-assist programs (ADAS) is nothing new. Pickup truck manufacturers in the early 1960s began installing a load sensing-proportioning valve to minimize spinouts when braking hard on wet roads. It was nothing more than a metal rod attached to the pickup bed that indicated to the master brake cylinder roughly how Read more…


It’s Just an Oil Change, Right? Think again! So, the shop down the street tells you to change the oil and filter every 3,000 miles or three months. Another shop might suggest switching to synthetic oil to lengthen out that process. A friend might point you to newly-developed synthetic products that promise up to 20,000 Read more…

Theres Nothing Routine About A Routine Oil Change