BMW S 1000 RR Complaints

BMW S 1000 RR Complaints
  • 5 Complaints
  • 0 Crashes
  • 0 Fires
  • 0 Injuries
  • 0 Fatalities
  • Consumers have filed a total of 5 complaints for S 1000 RR models.

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Recent Complaints

2020 BMW S 1000 RR
Parts: SERVICE BRAKES
  • Date of Incident: Aug-29, 2020
  • Date complaint filed: 01:30 May-10, 2021

Front brake calipers leaking during vehicle rest periods since or before 20th august 2020. A large amount of brake reservoir has been consumed before noticing. This is a known condition as advised by the manufacturer as yet no fix has been implemented on this vehicle. Vehicle is currently stored at the dealer awaiting repair.

2020 BMW S 1000 RR
Parts: ENGINE
  • Date of Incident: Sep-20, 2020
  • Date complaint filed: 20:39 Oct-02, 2020

Oil leaking from engine after only 400miles, i noticed the leak because it stained the floor where the motorcycle was parked.

2020 BMW S 1000 RR
Parts: ENGINE
  • Date of Incident: May-01, 2020
  • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Jun-17, 2020

Oil leaking from lower engine to connecting oil cooler line. Oil seems like coming from drain plug. More noticeable after motorcycle operation, potentially be leaking while riding. *tr

2015 BMW S 1000 RR
Parts: POWER TRAIN
  • Date of Incident: Jul-20, 2015
  • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Aug-06, 2015

Tl* the contact owns a 2015 bmw s 1000 rr. The contact heard an abnormal noise coming from the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, where it was confirmed that the camshaft malfunctioned. The vehicle was not repaired due to the manufacturer not sending the parts. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 1,500.

2015 BMW S 1000 RR
Parts: STEERING
  • Date of Incident: May-23, 2015
  • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Jun-17, 2015

The bike tips or veers to the right everytime it is ridden. The problem is more apparent at speeds above 35mph and is not affected by the crown of the road. Extra steering effort is required especially at highway speeds as the bike always wants to tip into to the right side of the road. This compromises safety of both the rider and those around since during braking (especially emergency braking) the bike may lowside (fall to the side).

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