Indulgence for your BMW
With BMW Premium Car Care Products.
An especially dazzling appearance for your car – and for you. Treat your BMW to high-quality BMW Premium Car Care products. All Car Care products are optimally tailored to care for the unique materials in your vehicle and gently clean them while offering powerful protection. Whether interior or exterior, rims or glass – you can always rely on the stringent quality standards at BMW to provide the best results.
We guarantee that the better the care you give your BMW, the greater your driving pleasure will be. If you have any questions, please contact our Parts Department at (416) 444-4269.
Bringing clarity where it’s needed. The diverse products for excellent care of all glass and mirrored surfaces of your BMW provide you with the right solution to solve any problem: from quick cleaning to high-quality polishing.
- Glass cleaner
- Glass polish
- Silicon remover concentrate
- Window de-icer
Windshield washer system:
- Windshield washer fluid with antifreeze
Paint and Wheel Rim Care
BMW Premium Car Care products provide perfect results: a dazzling shine to the rims of your BMW and long-lasting protection to the painted surfaces.
- Car shampoo
- Paint cleaner
- Car polish
- Express wax
- Hard wax with nanotechnology
- Wheel rim cleaner
Care for inner beauty. These products are a spa treatment for the plastic, cloth, wood and leather in the interior.
- Leather lotion with UV protection
- Interior cleaner
- Vinyl care
- Cockpit spray
Special products for diverse purposes. These support products ensure resin on the paint finish or insects on the windshield are no longer a problem.
- Insect remover
- Tar remover
- Resin remover
- Tire shine
- Engine cleaner and degreaser
Convertible and Roadster Care
Whether it’s effective quick or intensive cleaning: these products protect the soft top of your BMW from the elements.
- Soft top cleaner
- Soft top repellant
- Cabriolet care kit
Discover the perfect way to make the most of your BMW Premium Car Care products.
- Car chamois leather
- Car sponge
- Sponge for care of exterior plastic
- Insect sponge
- Microfibre cloth
- Cockpit microfibre cloth
- Polishing cloths
- Wheel brush
- Glass cleaner with telescopic handle
- Small ice scraper
- Ice scraper with telescopic handle
- Collapsible multipurpose bin
- Pressed car wash sponge
- Wheel rim brush set
Safe Winter Driving Tips
Joy can take you anywhere.
Winter driving can sometimes be a daunting task, especially when conditions are snowy or icy. Follow these steps to keep yourself safe and collision free during the next few blustery winter months.
Here is a summary of tips provided by the 2011 Canada Safety Council:
Step 1: Make sure that your vehicle is prepared for winter driving.
Winter tires are a good option, as they will provide greater traction under snowy or icy conditions.
Keep a snow brush/scraper in your car, along with possible emergency items such as a lightweight shovel, battery jumper cables, and a flashlight.
Make sure that mirrors, all windows, and the top of your vehicle, are free of snow or frost before getting onto the road.
Step 2: Drive smoothly and slowly.
Don’t make any abrupt turns or stops when driving. Doing so will often cause your vehicle to lose control and skid.
Driving too quickly is the main cause of winter collisions. Be sure to drive slowly and carefully on snow and ice covered roads.
Step 3: Don’t tailgate.
Tailgating becomes much worse in winter weather. Stopping takes much longer on snowy and icy roads than on dry pavement, so be sure to leave enough room between your vehicle and the one in front of you.
Step 4: Brake before making turns.
Brake slowly to reduce speed before entering turns. Once you have rounded the corner you can accelerate again.
Step 5: Learn how to control skids.
When skidding, you actually need to go against your natural instincts and turn into the skid and accelerate. Doing so transfers your vehicle’s weight from the front to the rear and often helps vehicles to regain control.
Step 6: Lights On.
Turn on your lights to increase your visibility to other motorists.
Step 7: No Cruise Control.
Never use cruise control if conditions are snowy, icy, or wet, because if your car hydroplanes, your car will try to accelerate and you may lose control of your vehicle.
Step 8: Don’t “pump” the brakes.
If your vehicle is equipped with an anti-lock breaking system (ABS), do not “pump” the brakes. Apply constant pressure and let the system do its work.
Step 9: Pay attention.
Maneuvers are more difficult to make in the snow. Be sure to anticipate what your next move is going to be to give yourself lots of room for turns and stopping.