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Old 01-15-2013, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by NordicBob View Post
Take you car on a stretch of a winding road in your area, preferably with hills and when traffic is light and try it on the different modes and then see if you can feel the difference.
Originally Posted by Kar Don View Post
Drive over a speed bump in comfort then in sport.
Thanks. Did both of the above and couldn't feel any real difference.

Took the car to my CA (who is a better driver and knows BMWs a bit more than I) and it was his feeling that 1) the car did indeed feel like it had Adaptive M (we knew that, just confirming that he felt it) and 2) he also perceived no difference between Comfort and Sport modes.

There is an open question if there SHOULD be a perceptible difference - based on info from here and other places my answer is "yes there should".
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