BMW sold with old tires, when advertised as having new tires, by autonation.
I have no problems because the car has less than 10, 000 miles on it. I like the GPS and Sirius and the many other features it offers. The car was sold as having "new" tires, but it turns out they were 2014 and 2015 tires on a 2017 car. They also did not have the correct air pressure in the front or rear tires. In fact they were reversed. I found this unsatisfactory by the autonation BMW dealer in Henderson, NV. They were unwilling to give me 2017 tires. To me this is unacceptable because cars in the desert only last five years, whether you drive them or not, due to the heat. Thus they sold me tires that are two and three years old, but they told me they were new, which I assumed to be 2017 tires.