BMW Recalls.

BMW Group Australia takes all safety recalls very seriously. Our customer’s safety in our products continues to be of paramount importance and it remains our objective to have all vehicles subject to any recall rectified as soon as possible.

We will notify you in writing if your vehicle is affected by a recall campaign. You can also identify any outstanding recalls by entering your unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or registration details into the Recall Status Tool below.

If your vehicle is affected, please contact your preferred BMW dealer or contact us on 133 269.

Takata Airbag Safety Recall.


This table gives a general overview of BMW vehicles affected by active and future Takata Airbag Recalls. Please use the Recall Status Tool to confirm if your vehicle is affected.

BMW 1 SERIES 2004 - 2017
BMW 2 SERIES 2013 - 2017
BMW 3 SERIES 1998 - 2006
2012 - 2017
BMW 4 SERIES 2013 - 2017
BMW 5 SERIES 1999 - 2003
2013 - 2017
BMW 6 SERIES 2013 - 2017
BMW M2, M3 & M4 2014 - 2017
BMW M5 2013 - 2017
BMW M6 2012 - 2017
BMW X1 2009 - 2016
BMW X3 2004 - 2010
2015 - 2017
BMW X4 2015 - 2017
BMW X5 1999 - 2003
2006 - 2017
BMW X6 2006 - 2017
BMW X5M & X6M 2014 - 2017


Check your BMW Recall Status

BMW Australia will be recalling vehicles with affected Takata airbags in accordance with the Compulsory Recall Notice and more specifically, the BMW Australia Recall Initiation Schedule. 

On initiation of a recall which covers your vehicle and/or model, you will be contacted. Please ensure your contact details are up to date.
BMW Australia is working to secure replacement parts for all affected vehicles. Where an airbag has limited worldwide supply, priority will be given based on the age of the vehicle and/or airbag.  

The following documents include further information regarding BMW Group Australia’s Takata Airbag Recall.

Please ensure your contact details are updated with BMW Australia by submitting the form below or contacting the Takata Hotline on 1800 243 675.