Introduction to servicing your BMW
Depending on the age of your BMW, your vehicle will be fitted with either the Condition Based Servicing (CBS) or Service Interval Indicator (SII) system; both of which will alert you through dashboard symbols, when your BMW needs attention.
Condition Based Servicing (CBS)
Newer BMW models feature Condition Based Servicing (CBS). This system actively monitors various service components for wear, ensuring that your BMW only requests attention when it needs it.
When your BMW does require servicing a CBS icon will display on your dashboard. In addition to this, the vehicle data is stored in your key and read using the BMW KeyReader, allowing us to quickly identify your needs.
Service Interval Indicator (SII)
BMW models built before the introduction of CBS utilise the Service Interval Indicator (SII). This system monitors the mileage of the vehicle and the time since its last service. A variety of dashboard icons will be displayed when it requires a formal Service or Inspection.
Which service system does my BMW have?
Condition Based Servicing (CBS) was trialled in 2001 with the E65 7-series, and again in 2003 with the E60 5-series and was then fitted to every BMW model from 2005 on wards, right up to the present year.
The following 'E, F, and G' code BMW's have the CBS service system:
1-series 2012-2018 F20 F21
1-series 2004-2012 E81 E82 E87 E88
2-series 2013-2018 F22 F23 F45 F46 F87
3-series 2018-2018 F30 F31 F34 F80
3-series 2005-2012 E90 E91 E92 E93
4-series 2013-2018 F32 F33 F36 F82 F83
5-series 2017-2018 G30 G31 F90
5-series 2010-2017 F10 F11 F07
5-series 2003-2010 E60 E61
6-series 2017-2018 G32
6-series 2011-2017 F12 F13 F06
6-series 2003-2010 E63 E64
7-series 2015-2018 G11 G12
7-series 2008-2015 F01 F02 F04
7-series 2001-2008 E65 E66
X-series 2006-2018 E84 F48 F39 F25 G01 F26 E70 F15 F85 E71 F16 F86
Z-series 2009-2016 E89