BMW has recalled 76,200 vehicles sold in the United States from the model years 2012 to 2014 for a problem with the power brake system. The German carmaker says in rare cases an interruption in the oil supply to a part can mean the loss of power braking assist. The brakes will still work, but the driver would have to press harder. Affected BMW models have 4-cylinder, 2-liter gasoline engines and include 125i compacts; 320i and 328i sedans; 520i and 528i sedans; X1 28i, 20i and 16i SUVs; X3 20i and 28i SUVs; and Z4 28i, 20i and 18i sports cars. BMW says affected owners will be notified by mail. BMW says if the brake-assist power is lost, drivers should pull over and call roadside assistance.
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