||12-03-2012 04:36 AM
Anybody used www.bmwgm5.com to get their key repaired?
The remote open/close for the diamond key for my wife's X-3 stopped working a couple of weeks ago (my key still works fine). In looking for a solution here and on some other boards, I stumbled on this website: http://www.bmwgm5.com/default.htm
, but I don't know of anyone who has used it and what its reputation is. Does anyone have any experience with it? Are they reliable?
Originally Posted by jimnew96
BMW will tell you it isn't so, but the new 3 Series is the start of a softening of Chris Bangle's most angular design language. The car you see is not an evolution of an existing car but a ground up model, an energetic attempt to re-invent the most popular BMW model with unarguably good looks that match its top class driving dynamics.
The first thing you notice is that the car has dropped the current teardrop headlamps and done away with the aircraft carrier trunk lid. Next to go are the cut lines and the aggressive mix of concave and convex panels. It's still recognizably a BMW though. The big news underneath is the new multitude independent suspension (borrowed from the 5 series) is designed to combine unrivalled ride comfort, with taut handling. On top of that you can expect Dynamic Drive (that's adjustable anti-roll bars), Active Steering(TM), and a four wheel drive system as options. The fifth generation BMW 3 Series superstar shines brighter than the predecessor with a torque loving, direct injection, and environmentally conscious engine. (Don't rule out a hybrid just yet - by 2009 BMW's partnership with DaimlerChrysler and GM will have born a fruit, enabling the Germans to catch up with Lexus.) Additionally, the new 3 Series features increased passenger room and enhanced safety features.
Step inside the cabin of the 2006 BMW 3 Series, you'll find the interior has an instinctive feel to it; every switch and readout is ergonomically placed for a reason, where you will look for it. The surrounding materials are made from high quality wood, leather and plastics enhancing the appeal of this sports machine. The seats offer ample support to the lower back and thigh while enhancing the body's disposition for spirited driving. And the intuitively placed center display rewards the enthusiast spirit by enabling the driver to easily read every dial and be in touch with the engine.
Great write up but what has that got to do with the OP post?
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