In 2016, in Tallinn, an Estonian bought a BMW of the 7th series and got great money. Having paid 123 thousand euros, the guy purchased a list of problems. BMW Salon sold the exhibition sample, which already had 12 thousand kilometers. From this point on, the new owner was waiting for some trouble.
After the next kilometer passed, something necessarily fell off or broke in the car: the steering wheel – after 18 thousand kilometers, the failure of the digital instrument panel after 20 thousand, the engine breakdown after 45 thousand. In total, 12 damage over 54 thousand kilometers.
The owner told the Estonian edition of Autogeenius that the insurance covered part of the waste, but every time the car broke down on the road, the guy had to call a taxi service. When the Estonians lost their nerve, he decided to return the misfortune on the wheels back for at least 85 thousand euros, but he was offered only 67,500.
The man calculated the number of breakdowns in two years and stuck an inscription on the car body: "The price of the car is 122700 thousand euros, and that's what you get for this money." He also directly addressed the complaint of BMW: "There should be 450 horsepower under the hood, but in reality there is only one – and it barely works."
The hijacker caught on the video, which he himself shot
“At about 6 pm, a 64-year-old woman contacted the police on duty and reported that a VAZ 21099 car had been stolen from her garage.