When you buy a BMW, you’re doing more than just purchasing a vehicle. You’re choosing a lifestyle that reflects your passion for performance, luxury, and style. With so many American BMW owners appreciating the beauty of this iconic brand, it’s no surprise that a slew of enthusiast clubs have sprung up across the country. The Los Angeles area has a strong local BMW culture that gives owners and fans the opportunity to connect with one another and share opinions, tips, reviews, and more. If you’re interested in joining in on the fun, consider checking out one or more of these popular nearby clubs and online groups.
In the LA area, turning up on the weekends is about more than just hitting the clubs. In fact, if you want to see and be seen at some of the area’s hottest spots, you’ll need to set your alarm and get out of the house by noon. That’s because, in 2019, brunch is the new Saturday night. LA socialites and valley crowds are turning brunch destinations in the newest go-to hot spots. Ready to join in on the fun? Check out these five awesome places to enjoy a badass brunch.
The beautiful residential coastal neighborhood of the affluent Pacific Palisades encompasses Brentwood to the east, Malibu and Topanga to the west, Santa Monica and Santa Monica Bay to the south, and the Santa Monica Mountains to the north. Getting to Pacific Palisades’ boutiques, museums, and eateries is easy and fun to do behind the wheel of your BMW or MINI Cooper. If you’ve set aside a day to explore the unsung Pacific Palisades, you’ll want to be sure to check out these places:
Once again, BMW affirms that beauty is in the details. While their head-turning X5 was a popular midsize-luxury Sport Utility Vehicle when it first hit the market, BMW designers were inspired to (try to) improve perfection. They accomplished that seemingly-impossible feat with both their 2019 BMW X6 and X7 SUVs.
Dear Business Owners, Residents, Visitors to, and BMW/Mini Cooper Owners throughout Beverly Hills, Sherman Oaks, and Santa Monica,
As BMW and Mini Cooper repair specialists and the owners of The HAUS – the Los Angeles area’s most uniquely-run and integrity-based independently-owned BMW and Mini Cooper repair shop, we wanted to take a moment this holiday season to thank you.
While you’re out and about holiday shopping this month, if you simply visit these three shops first, you’ll find the perfect present for everyone on your list and can enjoy the rest of the day doing what you love to do most — driving your BMW or MINI Cooper!
Although California will never be the same as it once was before the two wildfires simultaneously surged through different ends of the state – raging against acres, homes, structures, wildlife, and people – hope springs eternal. Californians are resilient, compassionate people of action. As quickly as the fires rushed through the land — destroying everything in their path, Californians rushed to provide aid during the devastation. Since the upheaval of thousands of lives directly and indirectly affected by these wildfires, fellow Californians continue to show their steadfast optimism and faith that they can and will rebuild, renew, and restore. Here are some of the many ways we can continue to help the families, businesses, homes, and rescuers affected by these fires:
As the owner of a BMW, running errands or venturing out of the community where you live or work for a night out or to visit family and friends never seems to feel like an inconvenience or a hassle, but rather — a welcomed opportunity and another excuse to be behind the steering wheel of your beloved vehicle. As much as you love to drive your BMW, however, sometimes everything you need is right there in front of you – or just around the corner. Such is the case for BMW owners living and working in and around Culver City – where favorite shops and services are just a few minutes away.
While the owners, staff, and team of Vintage BMW service technicians at The HAUS naturally love all-things-BMW-related, we do have some dream BMWs in our hearts of which we are particularly fond. Here are 4 of them:
Just because we don’t live in Cleveland from where our new L.A. Lakers player LeBron James hailed doesn’t mean we don’t experience some colder days and nights here in Los Angeles during the winter months. And for those who love to do a mini road trip up north to Big Bear Resort, Mammoth Mountain, or Lake Tahoe for winter ski adventures, colder temperatures are expected — and welcomed. Colder driving conditions – even a small decline in the temperature – can negatively impact a vehicle that has been performing just fine all summer long. To ensure your BMW or MINI Cooper is still running at peak performance this upcoming season, here are some winterization tips and tune-ups: