The soft-top, four-seat 2019 BMW M850i xDrive Convertible will launch in Canada in March and start at $131,500.
The BMW recall affects six models over five years, dating back to 2013.
The voluntary service action, which includes 54,700 vehicles in Canada and the United States, follows a BMW investigation that found coolant could leak from the car's exhaust recirculation unit.
BMW is filling out its product lineup with the launch of its largest crossover to date. The new X7, available at dealerships in March addresses a shortcoming in BMW's crossover lineup — a true seven-seater option.
The biggest roadblock in the way of EV sales growth remains prohibitive costs, BMW Canada CEO Hans Blesse said. But, when there's price parity, there's large interest, he said.
Magna International has opened a new seating factory in the Czech Republic that will employ 300 people and supply BMW in Europe.
BMW, which offers four diesel vehicles in Canada, told Automotive News Canada this week that it is still reviewing whether to offer a diesel version of its redesigned 2019 BMW X5 utility vehicle.
BMW is working with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Canadian supply giant Magna International, Intel and Mobileye to bring a new self-driving platform to the entire automotive market by 2021.
Take Five is a look at five new, refreshed or retooled vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here are some offerings from Chevrolet, Ram, Dodge, Lincoln and BMW.
Take Five is a look at five new or upgraded vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here is a sampling of vehicles from Ford, Audi, BMW and Subaru.