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SMR71175 10-19-2012 02:53 PM

Friendly advice?

I recently ordered an m6 coupe and it finally arrived at the dealer. I thought I had done my research prior to ordering the car and wanted to stay within a certain monthly so I choose the most important options to me in order to stay within budget. The car is a 36 month lease with the following: 20 inch rims, HOD, BMW apps and vented seats. I passed on the executive package. I now wish I had not because the full led headlights look amazing and give the car a different look which I didn't realize until now. Of course bmw does not offer led headlamps as an individual option, I am uncertain why. Regardless, I have yet to take delivery of the vehicle and can defer and order another. My question to everyone here with m experience is are those led lights and the few other options included in that package worth waiting for another delivery or would most of you take the car as is. I realize this question is personal opinion but perhaps some of you can give some additional insight before I make another big decision. Thank you in advance.

jettie1767 10-19-2012 05:40 PM

I love the LEDs on my M6 and wouldn't have bought it if it didn't have them. I purchased my M6 so it was important for me to have everything I wanted. With a lease, you can probably live with it for the 3 years you will drive it. Only you can answer that.

Socal1979 10-22-2012 10:19 AM

To me, the LED lights look ok. I don't see what the big deal is about them. To me, the HUD feature is one that I could not do without. Just my opinion.

M6Cpe 03-29-2013 09:22 PM

The driver assistance package requires the executive package.

The two packages together are worth the extra money.

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