BMW 6 Series Convertible Top Defect Settlement

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The BMW 6 Series Convertibles, also known as E64 models, from model year 2004-2010 had defective convertible tops that led to a lawsuit. Numerous reports of the tops sticking or failing to open/close were filed, including one by Plaintiff Robert Gray who claimed he dealt with the defect in two different BMW 6 Series convertibles that he owned.

Although BMW does not admit to any fault, a settlement was reached in February 2017 to award class members with software upgrades and reimbursement for repair and replacement costs.

Class Members include all persons in the U.S., the District of Columbia or Puerto Rico who are current or previous owners or lessors of a U.S.-specification BMW 6 Series convertible from model years 2004 to 2010. You must submit a Claim Form (below) along with documentation of their affected vehicle’s VIN number, a dated repair invoice documenting any repairs in detail, and proof of payment.


Deadline to File a Claim is 6/19/17



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