BMW Repair

Here are Hance’s Uptown Collisions Center, we offer exceptional repairs and maintenance for all performance vehicles including BWM.

What We Offer at Hance’s

If you are in Dallas, TX, and have a BMW that you want to get repaired or serviced, then we are the perfect place to go. Our full BMW repair and service is done by mechanics that are well-versed in catering to virtually every BMW need. We have technicians that specialize in BMW cars providing a wide range of BMW repair and other services including but not limited to:

  • BMW oil change and oil filter replacement
  • BMW brake inspection repair
  • Heating and cooling system repair
  • Engine Repair
  • Suspension and steering system repair
  • Transmission Repair
  • Engine light diagnostics
  • Electrical system repair and diagnostics

Offering affordable prices compared to the BMW dealership, we provide the best quality service for your BMW car in Dallas, Texas. Save up to 60% on service and repair without compromising quality!

Car Repair and Services

Why Choose Hance’s Uptown Over Competitors

Sure, we specialize in quality auto body repair and have locations in both Dallas and Plano. But there are so many more reasons to choose us. We:

  • Have an A+ BBB rating
  • Offer convenient hours of operation
  • Have high ratings on Yelp
  • Offer lifetime warranties on workmanship and materials
  • Have competitive prices
  • Are family owned and operated
  • Have been in business since 1955
  • Offer valet service for scheduled repairs (includes pickup and delivery up to three miles)

The History of BMW

This can be surprising for most people, but did you know that BMW didn’t start as a car manufacturer? Yes, that’s right! The company we know and love today started out as an aircraft engine manufacturer in 1916. It was back in March 1916 when an aircraft producer called Bayerische Flugzeugwerke founded the company. The name was later changed to Bayerische Motoren Werke, or what we know as BMW. The company’s first product was a straight-six aircraft engine called the BMW IIIa.

Just after the end of World War I, BMW stood still and remained in business but no longer in the aircraft industry. They began producing motorcycle engines, farm equipment, household items, and railway brakes. It was not until 1923 that the company produced its first motorcycle which was the BMW R32.

Five years later, the company bought the Fahrzeugfabrik Eisenach and became an automobile manufacturer. The BMW 3/15 was the first recorded car sold by the company. Two years later, BMW expanded its range by building sports cars and large luxury cars. It was not until the Second World War broke out that all BMW cars were made in their plant in the Thuringia region of Germany, gaining popularity with many car enthusiasts, and becoming the brand that we all love today.

Most Popular Cars Made by BMW

The BMW X series, 4 series, and 2 series are some of the models that first come to our mind when thinking about BMW. But as a matter of fact, there have actually been many different types of cars made by BMW throughout the years.

1. BMW E30 M3

Considered by many car enthusiasts, specifically BMW fanatics, to be the best BMW ever made, the E30 M3 was first introduced in 1986 and ended manufacture in 1991. A sporty yet timeless design and a high-performance engine made this car one of the most iconic BMWs in history. Not to mention its iconic M badge that is now seen in many of BMW’s high-performance cars.

What makes it an impressive car is the upgrades that were made by the engineers to the base model 3-series. Brake calipers, master cylinders, and rotors are specifically designed to enhance the car’s braking performance.

2. BMW i8

A modern and futuristic take on what a sports car should be, the BMW i8 is one of the most popular and best-selling cars made by BMW in recent years. It was first introduced in 2014 and discontinued in 2020. The aerodynamic wheels, low-drag shape, and sleek design are what make this car stand out from the rest. This beast’s 1.5L turbocharged petrol engine and electric motor is capable of producing 369bhp and can run from zero to 62mph in just under five seconds.

3. BMW 4 Series

Together with the BMW i8, the BMW 4 Series was introduced in 2014 and is still in production today. It is available as a coupe, convertible, or a four-door gran coupe. This luxurious car comes with a wide range of engines to choose from. But, their top-of-the-line M440i model comes with a six-cylinder, 3.0L petrol engine and is definitely the one to get your hands on.

4. BMW 3 Series

A go-to car for business people due to its simple yet luxurious design, the BMW 3 Series has been in production since 1975 and is still available today. Although it was first introduced as a compact car, it has now grown to be a mid-size car. What makes the car special is its 50/50 weight distribution feature that provides greater handling and control.

5. BMW X1

One of the smallest SUVs made by BMW, the X1 was first introduced in 2009. Although it is not as popular as some of the other models on this list, it definitely deserves a spot here. The car’s design and features are what you would expect from a BMW SUV. It features a stiffer suspension setup which makes taking corners at high speeds a breeze. It can easily have two six-foot adults in the back with enough legroom to spare or fit three children without a problem.

Other Vehicles Serviced By Hance’s Uptown

There’s virtually no hot rod or performance car we can’t fix, but in general, here’s a look at the makes and models we see frequently.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you are experiencing any BMW car problems, or your car is due for service, feel free to contact us. You can also fill out our online form to schedule an appointment. For expert advice and over-the-phone consultation, our phone line at (214) 214-4791 is available from 8 AM to 6 PM from Monday to Friday. You can also visit our location at 4829 McKinney Ave, Dallas.

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