The BMW X3, X4, X5, and X6 will all be heading back to the dealers are NHTSA announced two separate recalls.
The BMW X3 and X4 will be recalled to get the lower anchor bar fixed. According to the report, the lower child-seat anchor bar might get damage if it was used with the European-type ISOFIX connectors. The recall will affect about 188, 668 units. Models from 2011 up to 2017 will be affected by the recall.
Owners will be getting a reinforcing bracket welded to the lower anchor bars.
The BMW X5 and X6, on the other hand, will be recalled after it was revealed that the universal joint on the front driveshaft might has a leaking issue whereby water and debris can get in damage the front driveshaft. A total of 21,493 units of the X5 and X6 will be affected. Like the previous recall, this too will affect models from 2011 to 2017.
Affected models will be getting the front driveshaft replaced.