Subject: Burble tune opinions
How much do you hate them?
Is there an acceptable amount of pop and burble that you’re okay with?
Do you think it’s dangerous to have loud decel burbles for other drivers?
Is it wrong for me to enjoy my stock burbles and pops? ( e46 )
Subject: What do I do? I’m stuck here, map updated to 99% and I keep getting this error
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Subject: By far my favorite BMW series 3 generation! E36 rules!
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Subject: Clean M3 - reasonable price?
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Subject: Best B58 car for the money
I really want to experience a car with the B58 and some more HP. I currently drive a 2016 328i xdrive, and although I love this car, it's been super reliable the past 3.5 years, and it's paid off, I just want something with more power.
Mainly, the car I was looking at is a 2019 440i, which is under 40k with lowish miles.
So my two questions are, do you guys have any other suggestions on cars in the 30-40k range with the B58? Also, if any of you had or have a 440i, how is it?
Or am I dumb and should just keep my 328i and enjoy no car payments.
Subject: Liked BMW so much that we bought a used 2020 330i in November and now ordering an X7!!! So glad I didn’t buy another Acura
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Subject: Who also prefer reduced instruments?
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Subject: Can anyone confirm my suspicion that this is not an M car?
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Subject: How reliable are the M21 I6 diesels?
Hi all. I currently have a ‘14 328d F31 with the N47 and ZF8HP trans. I recently stumbled across a for sale ad of a E30 Touring with the M21 I6 diesel and 5 speed trans. I’m curious as to how reliable they are? I’ve always wanted an E30 and I’m a sucker for diesels and especially wagons, so I’m debating on picking it up, but as it’s almost 40 years old I’d rather not get sucked into something that’ll never get finished. Any tips/thoughts/advice is greatly appreciated, thanks!
Subject: Just saying hello
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Subject: 2022 - M340i or M340xi
Subject: 🎶 Dashing Through The Snow🎶
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Subject: 2023 BMW 2 Series - 230i Coupe
Hello. I am 6'2 / 214lbs and I am considering buying a BMW coupe. I am going to test drive a 230i tomorrow, but curious what type of BMW coupes tall people typically fit in. I've been driving a Nissan Versa 2010 for 10 years, so I consider most cars an improvement. I want to stay below a total cost of $55k if possible
Subject: 328i to a m3 my bank account😭
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Subject: Randomly lose all audio - iDrive 8
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Subject: My neighbors cars. Is the the one on the right a bmw?
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Subject: Would touch up paint help
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Subject: First new BMW for me. Have had plenty of used ones. Despite what reviewers have said about this car, I have really enjoyed it so far. Not sure what else I could ask for at this BMW price point. (2023 M235i xDrive)
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Subject: Freshly acquired and detailed 2016 F23…may be the finest car I’ve ever driven
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Subject: A way to turn off auto stop/start
Not sure if this is common knowledge, but I just figured it out and wanted to share..
2022 M440i - If I am driving in sport mode, my car does not do the automatic stop/start every time I stop for more than a second.
When in economy/comfort mode, as designed, my car does automatically stop/start the engine when I am stopped for anything more than a second.
I found that if I put the shifter into manual shift mode (move it to the left,) but don't actually manually shift, the auto stop/start functionality stops and the car still auto-shifts.
With the electric motor, the auto stop/start is almost seamless, but it is still nice to know you can turn this off if you want to.