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Old 12-05-2012, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by The BMW-est View Post
In my experience, the opposite has been true. I have yet to see an F30 335, and maybe 2 or 3 E90s, equipped w/ nav. OTOH, nearly all of the F30 328s I have seen have nav. It seems that many spring for the bigger engine w/ less options to keep costs down, while 328 owners add many options onto a lower base cost. This has been true in the last 3 states I've lived in (FL, GA, and VA). Must be different where you live.
And I have seen the opposite in the last 3 states I have lived - FL, CA, TX.

I also believe where you live makes a big difference. For example in Miami where addresses use a mathimatical grid system a NAV has very limited use where in LA and San Francisco... it has great usage. To each his own.

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U S of A.
Thanks for being very helpful. I asked not because I actually care where you live but wondered if the above applied to your area.

I no longer care about this discussion so unsubscribing!

Good luck guys enjoy your F30's. Looks like the new F32 is a beauty! I may actually downsize next time.
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