Hello, I'm Jason. I will do my best to answer your question quickly and accurately using the information you have provided.
Some of these laws vary from state to state, with regards XXXXX XXXXX vehicle downtime
In most states, if a vehicle is out of service for 30 days or more, the customer has the right to request the manufacturer to buy the car back
this is inny state
ok thank you
Here is the text of the NY state lemon laws, which do apply to your situation
Cars covered by the law include any car that:
Duty to Repair:
A reasonable chance for a manufacturer or its authorized agent to repair a problem for a new car is considered to be:
Exceptions when manufacturers may not be required to provide a refund or replacement:
What consumers should do if they become aware of a problem with the car:
And here is a link to the complete NY state statutes covering lemon lawhttp://www.ag.ny.gov/sites/default/files/pdfs/publications/New_Car_Lemon_Law_2011.pdf
So, to directly answer your question: "is a bmw dealer oblilgated to have replacement parts avaiable"The answer is yes, otherwise you have the option of making BMW North America buy the car back
the car was leased in ny state. the reason for the repair was that I was in an accident
Ok, that changes things entirely.
In that case, there is no legal recourse with regards XXXXX XXXXX law
However, if your dealer is not being prompt enough, you do have the option of contacting BMW North America. All parts should be available, and even if they have to come from Germany, the wait time is no more than 2 weeks
here is how you can get in contact with BMW NA
Is there any further information that I can provide?
Ok, switching to email format, if you have any followup questions