Watch the video of our owners John and Carol Firmage as they pick up their new BMW at the European Delivery Center the BMW Welt.

It’s only fair to give your new BMW a taste of freedom before shipping it off to the land of speed limits.

Take delivery of your new BMW in Munich, Germany and christen it on some of the world’s legendary roads – the very roads that defined its soul. The savings you realize by taking delivery in Europe just may pay for your trip.

Step 1: Visit BMW of Murray to reserve your new BMW at least three months prior to your planned travel date. Your BMW will be made to order, so it is essential that the factory schedule it’s production as soon as possible.

Step 2: Plan your trip.

  • Add one of our optional Driving Adventures
  • Take advantage of two-for-one cost savings from Lufthansa airlines

Step 3: Upon arriving in Germany, take a taxi to the BMW Delivery Center, which is approximately 45 minutes from the Munich Airport. Your vehicle will be ready for pickup on the delivery date you specified on your purchase order.

Step 4: Drive to the European drop-off site of your choosing and enjoy every twist and turn along the way. For your convenience, you can drop off your car on weekdays to any one of 20 locations in the following countries. Then take a taxi to the nearest airport, fly home, and reunite with your new BMW stateside.

  • Austria
  • Netherlands
  • France
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Italy
  • England

European Delivery price includes:

  • 14 days of free premium road insurance
  • Tourist registration
  • Factory preparation
  • Inland European transportation from the designated drop-off point
  • Marine insurance
  • Customs duty and clearance
  • U.S. port processing and accessory installation
  • Wharfage and handling fees

David Johansson
European Delivery Specialist
Call 801-892-6951

Important information regarding European pick up during winter months

Germany passed a ruling that requires drivers to properly equip their vehicles according to inclement weather conditions. When driving conditions are dangerous due to ice or snow, cars must be equipped with All-Season tires (also called ‘M+S tires’). There might be street sections for which snow tires or even snow chains are declared mandatory. This often is the case for ski resorts and alpine passes. It is the responsibility of the car owner-driver to equip their vehicle appropriately for the prevailing weather conditions. If you do not appropriately equip your vehicle for the weather conditions that exist during your drive, obstruct traffic or get involved in an accident as a result thereof, it is possible you may be cited for a violation of the law by the local authorities or be found to be grossly negligent according to the law. Other countries you may visit may also have similar laws. If the Police find that you are not equipped with the appropriate items when the weather conditions deem them necessary, and if the officer feels that other traffic participants have been endangered, they have the authority to fine a driver 20 euros or 40 euros.