15001 N Hayden Road Suite 112, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We service ALL your BMW & Mini Repairs. NOTICE: FOOTWELL MODULE (FRM) FAILURE
Babbit has serviced both my X5 and 650 for several years from both of their locations. I have always been very pleased with their work. Even on a tough problem they could have thrown a bunch of parts at it and fixed it but they gave me the choice to have them try one thing at a time to get to the cause and saved me a lot of money. Great guys - great work!
Kameron over at Babbit got me back on the road and his customer service was excellent. I was able to get my car after hours and at no point did I feel like I was being taken advantage of. They made everything transparent. This is the only place in Valley I would take my BMW to and I would recommend you do the same.
Absolute best place for BMW service.
Great Service reasonable pricing
Consummate professionals who are honest and very reasonably priced! Do yourself a favor and before you have anyone work on your BMW talk to the pros at Babbitt.
Great people, great place. Technicians are always polite, knowledgeable, and helpful. I have visited a numbers of times with a variety of issues and have always gotten great service and good advice.
We have been taking our car here for more than 7 years. Great service!
Always honest and helpful. I would not take my car anywhere else.
Have been working with Babbit motorwerks for a multiple of repairs and upgrades to my 99 BMW M3. They have been very proffesional, providing great service. I would recommend them to anyone needing excellent service for their BMW.
As per Service Bulletins posted by BMW North America and MINI USA, there are manufacturing issues with certain vehicles and the Footwell Module (FRM), BMW + MINI have extended the coverage on some of the FRM modules to 10 years 156,000 miles due to their high failure rates. If failure occurs while in the process of diagnosing your vehicle with our factory scanner, we cannot be held responsible as this is a BMW/ engineering problem with the Footwell Module (FRM) itself and not with anything done by Babbitt Motor Werks. See Bulletin SI M01 06 dated August 2016