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  1. chris328
    01-25-2013 10:36 AM
    chris328
    edited
  2. Gjm127
    12-27-2012 05:27 PM
    Gjm127
    Hey Tim, for personal reasons, can you delete my account? Just close it please. Thanks a bunch!
  3. F1.tifosi
    12-06-2012 11:04 AM
    F1.tifosi
    Tim

    Can you please tell me how do i change my name displayed as SHAHUL_BMW to another name..
  4. the kidd
    09-11-2012 02:57 PM
    the kidd
    Hey Tim, the article is titled "1200hp Henessey Cadillac CTS offered to 12 Insane people". It is an article from Sept 7th. I dont know how to copy the link. Scott
  5. the kidd
    09-11-2012 02:45 PM
    the kidd
    Hey Tim, I will scour yahoo for that article about the CTS. It was from a few days ago. Scott
  6. DinanBimmer
    09-12-2011 11:43 PM
    DinanBimmer
    I'm very interested in buying one of those windshield stickers that are so hard to find. Please tell me your planning on making more.
  7. Moeman10
    07-22-2011 08:49 PM
    Moeman10
    Could we possibly get a sticky for this over in the E36 section?
    http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=556664
    It's BMW's TIS book in an online format. DIY instructions for pretty much everything

    Thanks, Lou
  8. Solidjake
    08-20-2009 09:23 AM
    Solidjake
    If an E94 comes out you're going to have to change the section to E9X
  9. RoBMWED
    07-25-2009 10:12 AM
    RoBMWED
    Hi Tim,
    I don't know if you caught the BMW announcement of a $4500 'Eco Credit' for purchasers of the 335d and X5 xDrive35d.

    I read it yesterday - but I hadn't seen a lot of distribution.

    BMW to give $4,500 Eco Credit toward your purchase of a 335d or an X5 xDrive35d
    Posted: 23 Jul 2009 08:29 PM PDT
    BMW is offering the rebates on the X5 35d and 335d as an "Eco Credit"

    Back in February, BMW North America announced that the two diesel powered vehicles for sale in the U.S. will benefit from a tax credit, $900 for the BMW 335d and $1,800 for X5 35d.

    Now BMWNA is making these diesels even more attractive by coming out with a new, tough to ignore rebate program. As a response to the government "Cash for Clunkers" program that rewards Americans for driving more fuel-efficient cars, the BMW incentive program takes that even further by offering a $4,500 ECO Credit toward the purchase of a new BMW 335d and X5d.

    The program runs through August 31st and it's being advertised as a one-time special offer. Having recently tested a BMW X5 xDrive35d over a distance of 1,800 miles, we can attest to the impressive fuel savings and fun to drive BMW diesel vehicles. With 580 miles per tank and 20% reduction in CO2, the environment is a bit happier with us and we never felt that we had to sacrifice any performance and joy to drive.




    In their press release, BMW mentions a $2,000 savings in fuel costs over a period of four years. We're a bit in a hurry now, but it will be interesting to see how the 335d fuel costs compares against the gasoline powered 335i and the same with the X5d and its gasoline counterpart.

    PRESS RELEASE:

    Efficiency may be the buzzword of the moment in the automotive industry, but it's hardly a new concept at BMW. We've always lived by the EfficientDynamics philosophy - less emissions without sacrificing performance.

    So when the government recently announced its 'Cash for Clunkers' program to reward Americans for driving more fuel-efficient cars, we were inspired to begin an incentive program of our own. Now through August 31, BMW will give you a $4,500 Eco Credit toward your purchase of a 335d or an X5 xDrive35d - the most fuel-efficient vehicles in their class.

    But the savings go beyond this limited-time offer. You'll also receive a $900 tax credit3 on the 335d and $1,800 on the X5 xDrive35d. And like any BMW, both diesel vehicles come with 4 years/50,000 miles of zero-cost maintenance. Plus, its best-in-class efficiency will save you approximately $2,000 in fuel costs over four years.4

    The question now is not should you or shouldn't you. Instead, it's simply: Are you in the mood for a sleek, all-new sedan or a versatile Sports Activity Vehicle?
  10. Solidjake
    07-14-2009 08:59 PM
    Solidjake
    Tim, you rock!

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