Some unusual problems are nipping at the heels of a pair of European luxury automakers this week. The German car-maker BMW is issuing a pair of recall campaigns over emissions issues and problems with the head rest. Meanwhile, famed Italian sports car-maker Ferrari says that some of its Italia 458 and California models could get Read on! →

BMW has announced a recall for late models of its diesel-powered vehicles due to an issue with  exhaust emissions system components. The recall affects 2009 to 2011 model year X5, X6 and 3 series vehicles with diesel engines. Luxury diesels fraught with issues BMW, according to AutoGuide, is recalling late model X5 and X6 crossovers Read on! →

Current media reports indicate that Bayerisch Motoren Werke AG – better known as BMW – is recalling more than 350,000 BMW and Rolls-Royce-brand luxury vehicles because of a power brake problem. The BMW recall will affect approximately 345,000 8- and 12-cylinder engine BMW 5-, 6- and 7-Series models, as well as 5,800 Rolls-Royce cars worldwide Read on! →

BMW AG is telling its dealers to stop selling its 2013 M5 and M6 models because of an issue with the engine oil pump that could lead to severe engine damage. Could lead to severe engine damage, says BMW The German automaker says it has encountered a problem with the oil pump in its 2013 Read on! →

BMW AG, the largest luxury automaker in the world, announced Monday that it will be recalling 1.3 million cars worldwide over a potentially faulty battery connector. The recall affects more than 367,000 cars in the U.S. BMW’s largest recall ever It is a large recall, even by industry standards, and the largest ever in BMW’s Read on! →

According to a pair of bulletins from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this week, German automaker BMW is recalling a wide variety of  recent models for an overheating, faulty auxiliary water pump. The recall also extends to one model made by the BMW ultra-luxury division, Rolls-Royce. Auto enthusiasts with good memories may remember the Read on! →

BMW has announced a recall of more than 32,000 cars in North America for an issue that could pose a fire hazard. The problem is with a component that can smolder; it’s found in models made between 2008 and 2011 equipped with turbocharged 8- and 12-cylinder engines Water pump circuit boards going kaput BMW, according to Read on! →

Late last year, BMW announced a recall of more than 32,000 cars with 8- and 12-cylinder turbocharged engines for an issue that could lead to a fire. The recall has been expanded twice in the last month to include 2011 and 2012 models. Hot rides BMW issued a recall in October 2011, according to Inside Read on! →

It’s not the smallest recall in recent memory, but it’s close. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday that BMW will be recalling exactly six 2012 X5 xDrive35i models to replace the automatic transmissions. The cars may roll away if the parking brake is not set, the NHTSA said. Manufacturing error The NHTSA reported Read on! →