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  • Affordable BMW servicing at your local garage, backed up by NSN
  • 12-month guarantee on all parts and work carried out
  • Service will not invalidate your warranty
  • Free collection & delivery!*
  • Book today and receive 20% off an MOT, 10% off a service or 33% off an MOT when booked with a service

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Step 2 Make & Model
National Service Network can service, MOT and repair all models of BMW cars
Step 3 Products & Pricing
Full Service (includes discount)from £150.47
Interim Service (includes discount)from £82.09
MOT with full service (33% off MOT, 10% off service)from £187.21

BMW Service

Our garages all have the latest diagnostic equipment to MOT, repair and service most BMW cars. All prices on this website are for undertaking your BMW service based on our great value Interim or Full Service menu programme but we can also service your BMW to the manufacturer programme if you prefer. NSN use high quality oils and parts that are manufactured to BMW (OE - Original Equipment) standard and so will not invalidate your warranty

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We can service these models made by BMW:

Read BMW articles

BMW is one of the most famous car manufacturers in the world. Its origins can be traced to 1917, when it was originally an aircraft engine production company. However, events after the first world war forced the company to explore other avenues, and it was in 1923 that the first BMW motorcycle appeared, the R32, which held several speed records throughout the decade.

1936 saw the introduction of the 328, which proved to be extremely popular. But once again, BMW was forced to cease manufacturing as the second world war came to an end, and so had to survive by producing everyday kitchen and gardening equipment until treaty terms ended.

BMW began producing cars again in the 1950s, but weak sales caused financial difficulties to arise. A shareholder meeting resulted in the company deciding to buy the rights to the popular Italian microcar Isetta, which BMW equipped with one of their own motorcycle engines. This was a successful move and allowed BMW to focus on sports cars and touring cars, competing with Mercedes-Benz. The fall of the Berlin wall opened further European markets and BMW was quick to cash in on this.

As well as its own luxury models, BMW owns the MINI brand and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

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