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Old 03-11-2010, 10:11 PM
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Sport suspension/Self-leveling suspension/Adaptive drive

I'm planning on getting a 2011 X5 35d with sport package, which will include the sport suspension, a 3rd row seat, which adds the self-leveling suspension, and adaptive drive, which does all the magic that it does.

I was always planning on the sport+adaptive, but I just realized today that the self-leveling would end up being thrown in there too. Is that going to end up being too much conflicting computer gorp going on with my suspension? Is anything going to cancel the something else out, leaving me with a drive-feeling that I wont like, or is everything going to do the single job that its supposed to do, making me stuck to the ground in both the vertical (adaptive) and horizontal positions (leveling), while keeping me in tight control (sport)?

I have an '03 X5 with sport suspension now and I really like how it drives. I'm a very aggressive driver -- mostly on pushing the limits of my car, not Usually on p*ssing off other drivers.

So, any opinions?
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