Very true. Plus if you have it you will feel the car's suspension tighten up considerably from comfort to sport. Its like you jumped in a different car. Now I can't validate this statement, I have test driven just one 335i in the BMW USA event that didn't have DHP and it wasn't a Sport Line model. It was a luxury model. From what I remember I would say the comfort level setting is a tat softer that the regular suspension on that car but in sport mode its almost certainly a bit stiffer than the regular sport suspension in the sport line (I test drove a sport line 335i extensively back in June). But because it still adjust to the type of road you are on it is still very comfortable
Originally Posted by jlukja
You can also tell through the iDrive system. When configuring sport setup it will ask you if you want the suspension to adjust when sport is selected. This suspension adjustment option is only there if you have the adjustible M suspension.
Sportline | M-adaptive | HK | NAV | PDC | Heated Front seats |6-speed MT.
2011 X5 35d
German diesel technology. How did these guys lose two wars?
2009 C350 Mercedes
Gone 7-31-2012, good car but boooooooooring.
2008 X5 4.8i - Turned in 1/24/11
They created the Lemon law because of this SUV. If I didn't know better I would have thought my wife had a thing with the BMW service manager.
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