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Which Alpina models are being recalled in 2019?

2 recalls for 3 Alpina models in 2019


In 2019, Alpina announced 2 recalls through the EU Rapex system involving the Alpina D3, Alpina B5 and Alpina B6 models.


Alpina didn’t avoid the same problems with battery cables, which caused the parent BMW to issue recalls for some of its older models.



Alpina recalls in 2019 by model

Alpina D3 Bi-Turbo

MonthIssueProductionSource
VII.The connector of the positive battery cable on the front power distribution box could be damaged.12/2009 – 10/2011link
All D3´s Recalls

Alpina B5

MonthIssueProductionSource
IX.A cable terminal at the battery transfer point may be defective.2/2002 – 7/2010link
All B5´s Recalls

Alpina B6

MonthIssueProductionSource
IX.A cable terminal at the battery transfer point may be defective.2/2002 – 7/2010link
All B6´s Recalls

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