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Old 01-15-2013, 01:50 PM
danderer danderer is offline
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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.
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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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