BMW Group Australia takes all safety recalls very seriously. Our customer’s safety in our Car and Motorrad (motorcycle) products continues to be of paramount importance and it remains our objective to have all vehicles subject to any recall rectified as soon as possible.
BMW Group Australia will notify the registered owner in writing if their vehicle is affected by a recall campaign. You can also identify any outstanding recalls by entering your unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or registration details into the Recall Status Tool or click on the image below and leave the BMW Clubs Australia website.
If your vehicle is affected, please contact your preferred BMW dealer or BMW Group Australia on 133 269.
BMW Clubs Australia Inc has no involvement with BMW Group Australia or Recall website. All information on this page and link is provided for the information of BMW owners for their personal interest and use.
The Australian Government regulates the manufacture, importation and first supply to the market of road vehicles to ensure an acceptable level of safety, emission control and anti-theft protection across the Australian vehicle fleet.
The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications administers these arrangements under the Road Vehicle Standards Act 2018 and the Road Vehicle Standards Rules 2019 which together are known as the RVS legislation.
The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications administers these arrangements under the Road Vehicle Standards Act 2018
The Department is also responsible for regulating and enforcing the framework for the recall of road vehicles (including cars, motorbikes, caravans and trailers) and approved road vehicle components that are unsafe or do not comply with applicable standards. Click here or on the logo https://www.vehiclerecalls.gov.au/ leaving BMWCA.