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Old 11-10-2012, 06:02 PM
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Location: Rochester, Michigan
Join Date: Oct 2012
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Mein Auto: 2014 335i M-Sport
To the OP, I briefly looked at the no line, and while BMW has finally loaded it up for 2013 with a few nice things to stop people from laughing at how stripped it is, I think it is well worth to go for one of the lines. The base trim has homely looking plastic looking trim, ugly mate window trim that looks like duct tape, and misses many little nice touches.

I ABSOLUTELY agree! Any of the lines are a significant trim upgrade. For the 328i Sport (which I bought), the $2,700 gives you the 1. 18" Double Spoke Wheels (includes run flats), 2. black out kidney grills, 3. Blacked out B-pillars, 4. High Gloss front air intakes, 5. black exterior mirror caps, 6. Black Exhaust Tips, 7. Sport suspension (RWD only), 8. Door Sills with "BMW Sport", 9. Red Stitched leather steering wheel, 10. Sport Seats (worth the upgrade alone), 11. Red/Gloss Black trim option, 12. Chrome trim on AC and radio, 13. Variable color illumination effects, 14. Red Highlights Instrument Cluster (sweet), 15. Anthracite headliner, and 16. Red Sport Key Fob!
Kenneth P. Gray
2014 Black & Tan 335i M-Sport/SAT/PP/TP/CWP/DAP/HK/403M
2010 Cadillac SRX Performance, Platinum Ice/Ebony (Wife's drive)

2014 Black/Tan 335i M-Sport/Sport Automatic Transmission/Premium Package/Technology Package
Cold Weather Package/Driver Assistance Package/Harmon Kardon sound/19" Wheels 403M HP tires

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