A BMW VIN Decoder that shows you everything that was installed on your BMW. You can see specs such as manufacture date, engine, transmission type, paint code, upholstery code, installed factory options and a lot more. Make sure to answer the image captcha, or you won't get any results.
One of the best BMW VIN decoders out there. You can look up all the options and features installed on any BMW by entering the VIN. This is a complete BMW VIN decoder which shows the same specs that you would get from a BMW dealer. Definitively our favorite free BMW VIN decoders.
Not as comprehensive as the other BMW VIN number decoders in this list but still an alternative. Here you can see the model, engine, year, transmission, front or rear wheel drive weather the BMW has technology or premium package, base MSRP, and BMW invoice. Body color, engine type, and interior color can also be looked up. In addition, you will be able to find any campaigns that may affect your BMW by entering the VIN number.
This BMW VIN number decoder is less known, but it provides complete information on BMW VINs so we thought we needed to include it on this list. You can see the results in English, French, German, Spanish, Russian. It shows all the standard equipment and also custom options added to the BMW. Shows the engine, transmission, model, year as well similar to the other BMW decoders we listed.
The first position in the VIN shows the country where the BMW was assembled. This is W for Germany. If your BMW was manufactured in US, your BMW VIN number will start with 5.
5 - USA
Position 2 - Manufacturer
This number tells you about the manufacturer of your car.
B - BMW manufactured in Germany
U or Y - BMW manufactured in US
Position 3 - Division
Is provides information on the division. If the manufacturer has multiple divisions, this number helps pinpoint which one produced your car. BMW VIN will typically have X or A.
Position 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 VDS
Codes for BMW engine, transmission and vehicle specs.
Position 9 - Check Number
This is used to verify if the VIN number is valid. This number is generated by a formula developed by the DOT.
Position 10 - Year of Production
Position 11 - Factory
This indicates the plant where the vehicle was assembled. BMW has its own specific codes as follows:
A, F, K - Munich (Germany)
B, C, D, G - Dingolfing (Germany),
E, J, P - Regensburg (Germany)
H, N - Rosslyn, South Africa
L, M - Spartanburg (USA)
R - Toluca Mexico
S - Shenyang, China
T - Oxford, England (Mini)
U - Goodwood, UK (Rolls-Royce)
V - Leipzig (Germany)
W - Magna Steyr, Graz (Austria)
X, Y, Z - Berlin Germany
Position 12 -17
Position twelve through seventeen show the serial number of the car. Often indicates a sequence that helps the manufacturer when and where the car came off the assembly line. MAKE is allowed to choose any six-digit number they like as this number is not standardized.