How can Pacific BMW not let a potential buyer test drive the car yet allow their employees to go run wild with it? The buyer also claims Pacific BMW did not inform him the car he bought was abused or that it was on the news and an ongoing story. As a matter of fact, the owner wrote on a message board that the manager over at Pacific BMW was angry at the news outlet for not covering "real news" as he termed it. Absolutely insane that the manager would get angry at the media for exposing what Pacific BMW employees were doing with cars for sale and then Pacific BMW has the audacity to charge over sticker for that same car.
The owner is getting his attorney involved and rightfully so. Pacific BMW should step up and do the right thing after a string of mistakes and refund the entire markup and then some. There are many users here who have purchased cars whom we know would not let this slide especially on a high end car they take pride in ownership of. To allegedly fail to disclose that this was the car abused, ask money over sticker for that same vehicle, and deny test drives after employees took joy rides in it is simply insane and completely unprofessional. We can not recommend for any user here to do any business with Pacific BMW who clearly has failed to for one act as a BMW dealer should and secondly rectify the situation properly. We recommend users call BMWNA to complain and to also forward this article to the general manager at Pacific BMW, Steve Lindstrom.
Watch the video below and you tell us if the dealer should have disclosed this especially when daring to ask $10k over on the same car. Contact Pacific BMW here to voice your displeasure and help our fellow enthusiast get his money back. How would you feel if you just paid $10k over sticker only to see your car being taken for a joyride by employees who were later fired for that same act? He thought he was buying a pristine car and should not be paying for the mistakes of a dealer: http://www.pacificbmw.com/contact-form.htm