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Old 02-03-2013, 01:01 PM
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After all, the cost of an AWD to purchase and maintain is significantly higher.

Furthermore, in the E46 and E90 wagons, the AWD option meant that sport suspension wasn't the same as the RWD version (I had an E46 325xit with sport package, but it was really just a wheel and trim package). Will that be the case with the F31?

Hailing BMW NA: many consumers DO want real-wheel drive BMW wagons!
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