BMW 3 Series (2012–2019)
Euro NCAP 5 Star Crash Safety Rating: 96% Adult Occupant; 84% Child Occupant; 78% Pedestrian; 86% Safety Assist.
Four-cylinder 328i TwinPower Turbo won 2.0 litre category in International Engine of the Year 2012.
Gaps in panoramic 'Professional' navigation system's knowledge of the locations of 7 digit postcodes in the X3 seem to have been overcome in the 3 Series.
Superb steering feel and handling balance mean the BMW 3 Series continues to offer a great driving experience.
Extra space in the rear seats finally allows two adults to sit in comfort in the back of a 3 Series.
320d EfficientDynamics offers excellent performance, economy and emissions in a classy, executive package.
All-wheel drive is now an option with the most popular engine choices to give all-weather traction.
What to watch out for
Not every trim level is offered with every engine option and customers need to pick their way through the options list to get the best possible car.
Active Hybrid model may give buyers an alternative, but it’s expensive and less economical and emits more CO2 than the diesel options.
M Sport suspension set-up may prove too firm for many UK buyers, though it can be deleted at not cost from this model.
19-inch wheels with 40 profile front tyres and 35 profile rear tyres are no more than bling on a 320d and ruin the ride. No winter tyres available for these wheels either.
Short seatbelt buckle stalks mean that large people have difficulty buckling up their seatbelts.
Warning about the 'Mobile Application Preparation (6NR)' option at £130. This is ESSENTIAL because it enables the iPhone ‘BMW Connected Drive’ app, including web radio. BMW UK officially doesn’t or won’t support a retrofit of 6NR (though 'fixes' are available via independent specialists).
General warning that thousands of early production N20 engines were built with faulty internal plastic timing chain guides. Evidence indicates that defective polycarbonate compositions were utilized in the manufacturing of the timing chain guide, and as a result over a very short period of time the rigid plastic guides would break down and deteriorate in the engine with little or no warning. Upon failure of these internal plastic components, the timing chain slackens (becomes loose) and jumps teeth on the upper cam shaft sprocket causing catastrophic damage to the engine by un-synchronizing the cam shafts and valve train.
18-1-2014: Report of repeated 'drive train malfunction' fault with BMW 328i M Sport (fault repeated three times), leading to rejection of car.
13-4-2014: Complaint of wind noise from 2013/62 BMW 3 Series 320 xDrive.
14-7-2014: Complaint of rattle from engine of 2013/62 BMW 320i xDrive M Sport Steptronic. Apparently parts on back order.
17-10-2014: Complaint of metallic 'ticking' sound began coming from the N47 engine of a BMW 316d, getting worse after 40,000 kilometres. Dealer wants to replace the timing chain. Possibly the same problem of the plastic timing chain tensioner wearing away as experienced by other readers with N43 petrol and N47 diesel engines.
30-7-2015: Complaint of 2013 320d Luxury (184PS) shuddering when decellerating from 75 to 65 mph, only when decellerating and only in that speed band.
7-12-2015: Complaint of notchy gearchange on latest model 2015 BMW 320i manual: Notchy when selecting 1st, 2nd and reverse gears. The clutch action is also heavy and stop/start sends an unpleasant shudder through the car. Unpleasant and tiring to drive in traffic jams. Suspect clutch slave cylinder.
8-2-2016: Report of 31k mile 2013 BMW 320i xDrive hesitating under acceleration when cold. Oil changed every 10k miles, car run on Shell V-Power, dealer replaced xDrive transfer box, but still has problem. Might be caused by a disparity in the wear rate between front and rear tyres confusing the AWD system.
11-2-2016: Complaint of 2012 BMW 318i needing new dual mass flywheel and clutch at 29,000 miles. Quoted £565 to remove engine and investigate; £2,500 for complete job, but expectation of some goodwill from BMW.
24-4-2016: Tappet / ticking type of noise detected from N20 engine of recently purchased 2012 BMW 320i auto, most noticeable at lower speeds.
26-4-2016: Complaint of occasional severe clutch judder from used 20k mile 2013 BMW 320i xDrive, most commonly when car is warmed up and drive is taken up at very low speed, say at a roundabout. Forum chatter about xDrive Clutch Delay Valve causing this.
22-5-2016: Buyer of 43k mile 2012 BMW 328i shocked to find it had received only one oil change at 28k miles on BMW service plan.
25-5-2016: Severe vibration from driveline of used approved 2013 328i reported. Dealer changed wheels and tyres and diff but eventually turned out to be the driveshaft.
26-9-2016: "Groaning noise" reported from transmission of 2012 328i auto at 40k miles. Not constant. Sometimes comes soon after a cold start, or may appear after a 200 mile motorway journey. Most obvious when transmission is working up/down the gears.
17-10-2016: Complaint of 33,000 mile 2013 BMW 320 ED inducing a severe jolt when coming to a halt. BMW responded that there is nothing more they can do adding that it is a 'characteristic' not a fault'. They have also completed two diagnostic checks without any result.
22-10-2016: Problem reported with automatic radiator vent system of December 2016 BMW 3 Series. A piece of polystyrene caused the radiator vents to stick, preventing the engine from cooling down after a long Autoroute run prior to embarking on a ferry. Residual heat meant it became very hot without actually catching fire.
17-1-2017: Noisy N20 engine reported in BMW 320i at 50k miles. Dealer suggested injectors.
30-5-2017: March 2016 BMW 320d needed a new EGR valve after just one year and 13,000 miles, covered by the warranty.
8-6-2017: Report of 'tinkling noise' from N20 engine of 2012/62 reg F30 BMW 320i at 34,000 miles. Full BMW service history on service plan. Oil change services at 21,000 miles and at 27,000 miles. Engine stripped down and swarf found. May have been from failed oil pump or from crankshaft (end float found to be 2.04mm when should be 0.06mm - 0.25mm). Diagnosed as needing new engine and turbo. Dealer offered £4,000 p/x for the car in addition to BMW's offer of £3,000 in p/x for another similar car at £13,500 - £14,500.
14-6-2017: Report of failed a/c condenser on 2014 BMW 3-Series (F30) M-Sport 320i. After noticing the air con wasn't getting cold owner took it back to the dealer BMW Stratstone Leeds who informed him that the Air Conditioning Condenser has stone damage and will cost in the region of £750 to replace. The car is still under warranty but this is classed as normal wear and tear. Possibility that condenser has the same admitted soldering fault as in F10 5-Series, but this can be forensically proven one way or the other.
14-6-2017: Very strangely another report of a failed a/c condenser, this time on a 2013 BMW 3 Series, received mere minutes after 14-6-2017 above.
11-7-2017: Report of brake discs pitting and de-laminating on a December 2013 BMW 320d Touring at 32,000 miles. "The surface of one of the discs seems to have lost material in a particular spot, probably 2cm by half a cm in size, say 1mm deep."
16-7-2017: Report of starter motor and battery failure in 2014 BMW 320d xDrive at 25,000 miles just a few months out of warranty. Failure occurred in stop/start traffic. Owner had already used up his AA relay by having the car transported to his home and dealer was some distance asway, so he had it fixed by an independent at a total cost of £850 for starter motor and battery.
19-8-2017: Report of 2013 BMW N20 320i Sport requiring a new engine at 15,500 miles. Car was last serviced in January 2016 (17 months previously). Owner noticed noise from engine, booked it into supplying dealer who found that oil pump drive gear has worn sending shrapnel into the the engine and damaging it. BMW agreed to replace the new engin the dealer 40% towards labour. Dealer reduced remainder of labour by £150 leaving owner to pay £750.
7-9-2017: Report of charging problem with October 2016 BMW 330e MSport. In July 2017 at 26k miles, when plugging it in to charge it, the system threw the main domestic circuit breaker. After trying three different charge cables owner called BMW emergency services who recovered the car. After five days he got it back and was told it had needed a replacement 'convenience pack' (KLE Charge Control Unit) which he took to mean an electrical inverter. Only 8 weeks later exactly the same fault occurred again. Same response. Same replacement part fitted. Technician revealed that car was the second in 2 weeks having its second inverter. BMW is aware of the problem but has not released a solution yet.
17-10-2017: Report of difficulty selecting 3rd and 4th in 2013 BMW 320d at 42,500 miles. BMW dealer wants to charge £170 to "diagnose" problem and if it is the DMF the dealer is quoting £3000 + to replace it. Difficult to make a case over a wear and tear item so recommended reader to see help from a BMW independent.
4-1-2018: Significant faults reported on 2016 BMW 335d bought as ex demo from BMW dealership. Major electrical issues with the car have resulted in it being in and out of the garage over the last seven weeks, but now fixed.
13-2-2018: Report of transmission failure of 2013 BMW 320 automatic at 92,000 miles.
19-3-2018: Report of intermittent poor starting of 2013 BMW 320d. Suspect glowplugs.
7-6-2018: Report of stone chip on bonnet of 12,000 mile 2016 BMW 320d Touring, taking off an area of paint and lacquer 20mm x 30mm. Paint is Mediterranean Blue metallic. Owner had car Superguarded on purchase 2nd hand in July 2017. Thinks there is a fundamental problem with the paint. (BMW dealer repainted it.)
13-6-2018: Report of trim cracking around the stereo and climate control unit of an ex-demonstrator BMW 320d Sport Tourer purchased in March 2018. A product called 'Protect X' had apparently been applied.
16-7-2018: Further report of three failures of the KLE (Charge Control Unit) of an October 2016 BMW 330e PHEV over 21 months and 44,000 miles (see also 7-9-2017).
17-7-2018: Problem reported with TPMS of 2014 BMW 330d Touring, now at 10,000 miles. "Recently the Tyre Pressure Monitor (TPM) has been coming on. Checking the pressure when cold, they seem to as per the manufacturers recommendations and I then reset the warning. When this happened again and again, I took the car to our local BMW agent (where the car was purchased new) and they recommended I have one new monitor fitted to one of the front wheels at a cost of £300 + which seemed a bit steep. This did not cure it so back the car went to the garage. They admitted that BMW acknowledge there is a problem with the system on some of their cars but apparently not sure what to do. On two recent trips to France on Peage roads, doing 80mph overtaking large lorries, the warning lights start flashing, quite worrying. Even back home in Jersey, the warning light has come on at speeds of less than 40 mph. The BWM garage does not appear to know what to do. On one occasion they suggested filling the tyres with nitrogen." That might stabilise the pressures that with air alone (80% nitrogen) can increase pressures with heat by up to 4PSI.
8-8-2018: Report of Engine Management Light coming on in 50k mile 2014 BMW 320d. Found that plastic inlet manifold has burnt through from inside.
27-8-2018: Report of fault with a/c of 2016 BMW 320d x drive Sport Touring. When driving for about 2 hours the a/c ceases to emit cold air when set on a cold temperature setting. Even when the fan is turned on to full there is very little air flow from the vents even though owner can hear the fan roaring. After the car has been switched off for a few hours it works normally. Each time it is taken it to the garage they cannot find a fault, after letting the car run for a few hours they say it does work. But when she then travels on a long journey she is back to square one and have to drive the car with a window open. (The car has a sophisticated system of radiator flaps that close off airflow though the radiator in certain conditions for fuel economy and we wondered if these are also closing off airflow to the a/c condenser matrix.)
3-9-2018: Complaint that March 2016 BMW F31 3-Series Touring has been flashing up warnings such as: Stability problems, Brake problems, Air Bag problem, followed by a message "contact your service partner". This has just occurred for the fourth time in six months. On each occasion the car has been collected by BMW Assist and a hire car provided followed by an assurance that the problem has been cured by: Battery at fault, faulty connector, etc. The fourth excuse is still awaited. Car now at 10,500 miles.
14-9-2018: Report of "resonance rattle" that appears to originate from somewhere in the upper steering column area of 2017 BMW 330E saloon on certain coarse road surfaces. After various tests, BMW dealers have not been able to pinpoint the cause of it. Something similar also reported in Mercedes C350e.
5-10-2018: Report of judder from drivetrain of 2015 BMW 320d XDrive, bought used at 32k miles from an independent. Judder and hasitation on acceleration in 3rd and 4th gear. It has been diagnosed as a faulty transmission box cost £3,600. Probably due to a disparity of more than 3mm between the tyres, or an odd set of tyres.
20-10-2018: Report that due to the problem with the PHEV KLE Charge Control Units (16-7-2018 and 7-9-2017), production of BMW 330e models ceased in July 2018 and numerous are on sale at knock-down prices. Reader found that Motorpoint had 79 in stock (https://www.motorpoint.co.uk/used-cars/bmw/3%20series/petrol-plugin%20elec%20hybrid) from £16,999 (fact checked) and many are featuring in BCA auctions with with low grade damage, all no more than 24 months old.
24-10-2018: Report of front brake discs of BMW F31 330d Touring needing to be replaced at 40,000 miles.
30-11-2018: Report of intermittent warnings on November 2016 BMW 320d: "Drivetrain. Full performance not possible. You may continue to drive. Contact your service adviser." Owner did this twice. The second time the dealer replaced the EGR, but the warning sign has come on again. No details supplied of how the car is used.
5-2-2019: Report of 43,000 mile BMW 330d Xdrive auto going in for a service and the EGR cooler recall check on 23-1-2019. A fault was found with the EGR and the car was retained by the dealer to avoid any liablility issues. Owner very annoyed to be put into a MINI loan car and then a Focus from Enterprise. No date given when the new EGR would arrive to repair the car.
13-2-2019: Report of 2015 BMW 330D recalled to check the EGR Cooler. Dealer said it needed replacing and would take a couple of days to get parts. 3 weeks later it is still off the road and they have no idea of when the parts will be available. Could be months. First reported here: BMWs Recalled Due to Fire Risk.
15-2-2019: Report of N20 engine of 2012 BMW 328i seizing at 52,000 miles. Driver says "it has been serviced as it should have and I would describe myself as a very sedate driver who travels 30 miles a day to work at about 50 mph." Facing rebuild cost of £3,000. See 22-5-2016; 17-1-2017; 8-6-2017; 19-8-2017.
9-4-2019: 'Battery Not Charging' error reported on 2017 BMW 330e at 20,000 miles.Dealer reprogrammed the engine management software, which resolved the problem for a short period but it has returned again. I notice that the engine is noisy when idling, appears that a cooling fan is running at maximum speed. It does charge when pugged in but cooling fan noise starts. See: 20-10-2018; 16-7-2018; 7-9-2017.
9-5-2019: Report of BMW F30 330d recalled to replace the EGR, but now been over 5 weeks since owner dropped the car off with no sign of the new part due to the backlog. BMW provided an Enterprise hire car (Insignia). BMWs Recalled Due to Fire Risk.
27-7-2019: Fuel pump issue (probably low pressure fuel pump) reported with 2016 BMW 320i manual at 14,075 miles.
2-9-2019: Report of fuel filler flap not always opening on a 2016 BMW 330e. To re-fuel there is a button to press in the car and then the filler flap should release by pressing on it. A message on the dashboard display should say that refuelling is possible. However sometimes the message does not appear and the flap won't open. There is an emergency release cable hidden away behind a removable panel in the boot but very annoying when the boot is full of luggage. Possibly a blocked charcoal filter in the fuel tank breather preventing ingress of air into the tank and causing a vacuum that holds the flap shut.
8-9-2019: Report of ‘Driver Stabilisation’ seek assistance warning appearing on dash of 35k mile 2017 BMW 335d at 40mph. "At the same time the steering locked to have very limited travel and as was quite a narrow twisty B road made for quite a difficult/dangerous driving situation. I pulled in as early as I could a few hundred metres down the road across a T junction where the road widened a little, by this time I could not move the steering wheel at all. I turned off the ignition and after a couple of minutes re-started the car, the warning message re-appeared, but the steering was freed up. I continued my journey and after another mile of so the warning message disappeared. I have driven c.400 miles or so since and had no issues whatsoever." We think the steering lost power assistance, which, in a 335d with a heavy engine and wide tyres, would have felt as if the steering had locked. Hopefully the fault codes will be stored in the ECU enabling the dealer to trace and fix the fault.
24-10-2019: Report of clutch and possible DMF failure on a BMW F30 320i at 42,000 miles.
47 Complaints received since 2012.
27-9-2013: Delivery Stop N20 N26 Vacuum Pump Oil Supply. Message Recipients: General Managers, Sales Managers, Service Managers, Service and Parts Directors, Parts Managers, Service Advisors, Shop Foremen. On September 26th, BMW of North America, LLC announced to NHTSA its intention to conduct a voluntary Recall on certain 2012-2014 model year BMW 3 Series, 5 Series, X1, X3 and Z4 models equipped with the N20 or N26 engine, produced from May 2012 to August 2013. Affected vehicles in center inventory must not be retailed or delivered until the Recall repair has been performed. Refer to the file “N20 N26 Delivery Stop.pdf” for vehicles which must be held. Vehicles at BMW vehicle delivery centers will be corrected before shipment to your center. The oil supply via the intake camshaft to the vacuum pump could become restricted. If this were to occur, the vacuum pump could fail due to lack of lubrication, resulting in a loss of power brake assist. A repair solution for vehicles already retailed is under development and not available at this time. Customers will initially be informed of the Recall in November by letter; and again when parts become available. Please do not contact the Parts Technical Group (PTG) requesting parts. The repair letter will be sent when the dealership has the necessary parts, tools and procedures to preform the repair. The solution involves inserting a locking ring onto the camshaft so the oil supply to the brake assist vacuum pump is not impaired. The repair will take approximately two hours but can vary depending on your BMW dealers schedule. The repair will be preformed free of charge.
2012-14 320i/328i, 320i/328i xDrive Sedan manufactured between May 2012 – August 2013
2014 328i xDrive Sports Wagon manufactured between March 2013 – May 2013
2012-13 528i, 528i xDrive Sedan manufactured between June 2012 – June 2013
2013-14 X1 sDrive28i, X1 xDrive28i manufactured between June 2012 – June 2013
2013-14 X3 xDrive28i manufactured between June 2012 – August 2013
2012-14 Z4 sDrive28i manufactured between June 2012 – June 2013
Models not list are not affected due to different lubrication and vacuum pump designs.
Number of vehicles affected in the US
Up to 76,190 BMWs are affected by this safety issue. The model break down is as follows -
2012-14 320i/328i, 320i/328i xDrive Sedan - 37,473 potentially affected
2014 328i xDrive Sports Wagon - 176 potentially affected
2012-13 528i, 528i xDrive Sedan - 12,708 potentially affected
2013-14 X1 sDrive28i, X1 xDrive28i - 10,547 potentially affected
2013-14 X3 xDrive28i - 14,517 potentially affected
2012-14 Z4 sDrive28i - 770 potentially affected
BMW is aware of three minor accidents with no confirmed injuries as a result of this problem. The NTSB has 7 reported incidents but that does not mean they have 7 accident reports. Vehicles affected have experienced the failure at low millage. It is not clear if having a higher mileage car means you will not have the failure. Should you continue to drive your N20/N26 powered BMW. BMW says it is safe to continue to drive your vehicle for now. As soon as you get the service letter that will be coming in December you should have the recall work performed. If you feel a loss of braking power pull to the side of the road and have your BMW towed to the nearest dealer by BMW Roadside Assistance.
15-4-2014: Worldwide recall of 489,000 BMW cars with six-cylinder 3.0 litre petrol engines of which less than 3,000 are in the UK. These include the N55 335i 6-cylinder petrol turbo. The screws for the housing of the adjustment unit of the variable camshaft timing (Vanos) for the intake and exhaust camshafts could potentially become loose or break. An engine warning lamp ‘should ’ appear in such circumstances, but if drivers experience any loss of power they should contact their BMW dealer immediately.
30-4-2014: Just-Auto gives further details of BMW Vanos bolts recall in the USA: BMW of North America is recalling 156,000 cars from model years 2010 through 2012 due to Vanos bolts breaking causing petrol engines to stall. Models include 2010-2011 MY 128i Coupe, 128i Convertible, 328i Sedan, 328i xDrive Sedan, 328i Coupe, 328i Convertible, 328i Sports Wagon and Z4 sDrive 30i. And 2011-2012 MY 135i Coupe, 135i Convertible, 335i Sedan, X5 xDrive 35i, and X6 xDrive 35i, 2011 335i xDrive Sedan, 335i Coupe, 335i Convertible, 528i Sedan, 535i Sedan, 535i xDrive Sedan, X3 xDrive 28i, and X3 xDrive 35i, 2010 X3 xDrive 30i, and X5 xDrive 30i, 2012 640i Coupe, and 640i Convertible and 2010-2012 535i Gran Turismo vehicles. In the affected vehicles, the bolts that secure the housing for the variable camshaft timing adjustment (VANOS) unit can loosen over time and may possibly break. BMW notified owners, and dealers will replace the four VANOS housing bolts for both VANOS units (intake and exhaust), free of charge. The recall began in May 2014. In addition, owners of approximately 170,172 model year 2010-2012 BMWs with inline 6 cylinder petrol engines not covered by this recall receive an extended warranty to address this condition. Owners may contact BMW.
25-10-2018: Recall due to problem with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler on four-cylinder and six-cylinder diesel engines. The issue affects 268,000 BMW diesel cars in the UK, The recall notice states that a glycol-leakage from the EGR cooler may cause soot deposits to smoulder, melt the intake manifold and (in some cases) cause the car to catch fire.
5-11-2018: R/2018/258 Recall (as above) actually issued: Affects 5 Series Saloon Touring X3 X4 X5 3 series SaloonTouring Gran Turismo 4 series Gran Coupe Coupe Convertible 1 series 2 series Coupe Convertible. Exhast Gas Recirculation Cooler could potentially leak over time. The EGR cooler may leak, presenting a fire risk. FIX: The EGR cooler will be replaced with an improved version. VINS: WBA5L32090D78820 to WBA5L32080G540082, build dates: 2/01/2014 to 29/07/2016; VINS: WBAJC52070G579000 to WBAJC52090G579001, build dates: 08/03/2016 to 18/08/2016. And VINS: WBA5E32010D787200 to WBA5E52090G721309, build dates: 12/12/2013 to 17/08/2016.
5-11-2018: R/2018/258: BMW 5 Series Saloon Touring X3 X4 X5 3 series SaloonTouring Gran Turismo 4 series Gran Coupe Coupe Convertible 1 series 2 series Coupe Convertible: EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION COOLER COULD POTENTIALLY LEAK OVER TIME. The EGR cooler may leak,presenting a fire risk. FIX: The EGR cooler will be replaced with an im 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 series, X1, X3, X4,X5, X6 proved version. VINS: WBA5E32010D787200 to WBA5E52090G721309
WBAWZ520300C23501 to WBAWZ520200T61737
WBA5L32090D788200 to WBA5L32080G540082
WBA8Y52030GV49900 to WBA8T32090G440750
WBA8H72030K508000 to WBA8J92060K784073
WBAXX120300G75029 to WBAXX120500U99954
WBA4E92050GA24001 to WBA4E92040G711998
WBAKT420X00M46500 to WBALS020600U16054
WBA1W52000P938100 to WBA1W720405A35328
WBA1S52040P809000 to WBA1S520805G80550
WBA2L72060V282201 to WBA2L52030V377125
WBA8D12080K488500 to WBA8F92050K773499
WBA2G72090V254204 to WBA2G520X0V661310
WBA4U320505A00101 to WBA4U320805A01842
WBA4P72060KW10800 to WBA4P72000K784670
WBAJC52070G579000 to WBAJC52090G579001
Build dates: 12-12-2013 to 17-8-2016
7-12-2018: R/2018/341: BMW 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 series, X1, X3, X4,X5,X6: EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION MODULE COOLER COULD LEAK. T he EGR cooler may leak,presenting a fire risk. FIX: A visual inspection of the EGR cooler to check for leaks and excessive build-up of deposits. The EGR cooler will be replaced if required. VINS: WBALZ72050C955400 to WBA6G12070GT41585;
WBA1N32080J156802 to WBA1E72080J275800
WBAKS420900C48805 to WBAKS620600P86421
WBA1C520X0E981900 to WBA1C92000P879744
WBALX72020DL73500 to WBA6J120X0GD54982
WBAKV220600H12502 to WBAKV220000R00350
WBA3P320X0KE99000 to WBA3S92040K580945
WBA3U12020J848604 to WBA3U52090P658917
WBAWY52050LL19001 to WBAWY520400R03858
WBA3E120X0F161709 to WBA3E52090K615205
WBA3Y32040DZ26301 to WBA3Z92090D862921
WBAXX520100F90603 to WBAXX520900F90817
WBA3L52010F191503 to WBA8J72020K574090
WBA1H12030VW99902 to WBA1H32000V352393
WBA4B52030D572501 to WBA4G12000G298909
WBAVZ92010VR60201 to WBAVM72010VS55143
WBAYG42040DW89405 to WBAYG420X0D999896
WBAYC22040C999401 to WBAYC22070D255561
WBAXB72050DM70500 to WBA5J72090D222311
WBAXC62020DW87400 to WBA5N42050D287742
WBA6A62080DG65003 to WBA6E220X0GA38220
WBAFW92040C960900 to WBA5D52080GL96378
Build dates: 12-3-2011 to 25-4-2015
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