Concours BMW in Milwaukee, WI

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Founded in 1955, Concours Motors is an automobile company that offers vehicles of various brands, such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Mazda, Saab, Porsche and Volkswagen. The dealership also carries a pre-owned inventory of Audi, Acura and Chrysler, and offers a vehicle listing that is based on body type, price range, make and model. The dealership also operates a body shop, featuring ultrasound, frame alignment systems, fully automated spray paint booths and a detailing bay that provides finishing touch to vehicles. It offers services, including portering, custom, hand-painted pinstriping and after-hours drop box facility. The dealership also caters to customer and insurance interfacing and assists in procuring rental car agreements. Located in Milwaukee, Concours Motors also has service and parts departments.


Established in 2004.

Concours Motors is a family owned and operated business that has been a part of Milwaukee's history since 1955.  Our heritage lies in motorsports and a true passion for cars, and we continue to honor that tradition by selling and servicing high-quality import vehicles.  
Every day our "family" of Concours employees strives to be the best we can be and to provide exceptional customer service to our "extended family" - also known as you, the customer!  Our motto is "Where Service Makes the Difference".  It's more than just a slogan here at Concours - it's the way we do business.  We believe that customer service truly is the source of a business's success and with that success we can give back and make a difference within the community.

Concours BMW

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(414) 290-4200
Address:5990 N Green Bay Rd, Milwaukee, WI, 53217
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Concours BMW

Nate R. | 2015-04-01

The service department did a great job!  I was contacted daily with current updates on my vehicle, and not to mention, my vehicle was cleaned and looked great upon pick-up.  Take your vehicle here for service over any other BMW dealer!

John G. | 2014-07-21

Brought my 2003 BMW in for rough idle. I tried for several weeks to locate the problem myself.  The car was there for about 4 hours and they found and fixed the problem perfectly. My car runs like the day I bought it!
Thanks to Scott L. And the service crew. I highly recommend Concours BMW

Ilya S. | 2014-03-28

Great place for all your BMW repairs and needs. I go there for all minor repairs. I give them 4 stars due to higher rates for repairs that are not minor. Concours BMW is a place you can trust. They could also use a better selection of pre-owned and certified cars but other than that I am a happy customer and a loyal BMW owner for life !

Clay K. | 2013-10-15

Internet tools such as Auto Trader and CarFax have provided a certain transparency on car prices and quality both new and used such that the quality of the customer service at a dealership is now the tantamount distinguishing characteristic.

The brand touch points, therefore, are in two places; the buying and financing arm and the service arm.

I found myself recently in the position where I faced either significant and uncertain repair to my BMW e60 sportswagon (2006 530xi) caused by water damage to the electrical system or getting rid of the vehicle. This led me to the service department at Concours. The estimate was fairly staggering. Keep in mind though, that certified dealerships are required to replace any part that tests faulty with OEM parts. This can make them a lot higher. They were honest about that and even suggested that I might get another opinion on the car. As I contemplated my options I ultimately decided to investigate trading the car for a new one. This led me to Concours BMW sales and in particular Jamie Leike.

BMW has stopped importing my favorite of their vehicles, the 5 series wagon. I was interested, then in testing a lot of different vehicles. Concours service had me in one of their loaner vehicles and because I was considering a new BMW they were very patient and allowed me to stay in their car. I tried numerous cars and decided on the X3. Jamie investigated numerous options for me and ran all kinds of scenarios so that I really did have a lot of options for both vehicles and financing.

I wound up with an issue with the title on my trade that took quite a while to track down and eradicate. During this time Jamie set me up with a car to drive and was extremely patient and supportive. This really helped ease the stress of buying a car when I hadn't really been anticipating buying a car.

Overall, I can't think of how it could have gone better. A few people in particular deserve props: Jamie Leike in BMW sales who patiently helped me through the process and delivered a great car at an extremely fair price. He also coordinated evaluation of my trade, which was complicated by its repair issues. Kyle in BMW finance who patiently explained the options available without a hint of pressure; in fact, he was a pleasure to work with. Lisa and Scott in BMW service who objectively reviewed the issues on my old car and explained the options. Michael in the alternate transportation office for keeping me driving during this time and tracking down the stuff I kept leaving in the vehicles.

At the BMW arm of Concours my experience was uniformly positive. It is a very autonomous arm of Concours with its own location and its own service garage. They realize that there is another BMW dealer in Milwaukee and it appears they have settled on a consistent customer focus which in the complex area of auto purchasing and maintenance is a very good thing.