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Old 04-29-2016, 05:46 PM
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Hi all! Just got out of my X1 with Takata recall and got into a Carbon/Chestnut X3 Msport with tech, premium, dynamic handling pkgs. First impressions- I am very pleased with the adjustable suspension and engine throttle response settings. I am loving the chestnut interior. It is a nice change from boring black. Also loving the paddle shifters. The engine seems more torque-ey than advertised. I am planning on doing a stage I. I am sure this topic has been discussed to death so I will only say this. I am not sure what tune i will be going with but it will be something. Still trying to figure out all of the knobs and stuff that allows preset stations to be controlled from the steering wheel. Also loving the HUD
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Congrats! Post up some pics when you can.
Which engine did you get and tell us about the deal you got regarding the recall.
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:33 AM
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Congrats! Post up some pics when you can.
Which engine did you get and tell us about the deal you got regarding the recall.
I got the 35i (forgot to mention that). Regarding the recall, I was able to get enough on my trade that i was not underwater when financing the X3. The X1 was a 2013 with 46K on it and I got 23500 for it. Also 2.9% financing. I was hoping for 0.9 but hopefully can refinance in the near future. All in all, i am just glad to be out of the X1 and am enjoying the X3. I definitely did not grind it out all day on the deal. I was done with the process in about three hours.
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:34 AM
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Old 05-01-2016, 05:00 AM
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When I pulled into the driveway from the dealership, I heard a squeaking noise when the car was idling. Of course this never came up on test drive and PPI. I thought "no big deal" I'll bring it in for a quick check. The crankshaft needed repair. So I got it repaired and as I'm driving out of the dealership it goes into limp mode. So I hit SOS button and then am waiting for the tow truck to arrive for more than 3 hours in 95 degree temps. And I'm not more than two miles down the road from the dealership. They had the car for two weeks and fixed it but I never had anymore trust or confidence in it after that. I purchased it with 5000 miles on it before there was ever CPO elite. So now I purchase vehicles that have been broken in a little more so that if problems arise, they can be seen and addressed. I also think the first owner takes the biggest financial hit and depreciation. Just my little personal philosophy when it comes to buying cars nowadays.
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I have chestnut seats in my 2014 x28i and really like that more unusual color -- not too dark, not too light, and it goes well with a dark exterior color.

The 2014 seats seem a lot more comfortable than the ones in the 2013 x28i I had before -- was there a subtle change that took place anyone is aware of?

Sorry about your ordeal. I got my '14 with 46k miles on it as a CPO in March and with the extended warranty, it';s good 'til 100k miles or until February 2020, so given the ectent of the warranty and the savings on a somewhat higher mileage vehicle, I think this was a good compromise and pretty optimal price vs. age point.
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Curious how you compare the ride between the two. I had an X1 for about a week when my X3 was in the shop recently. It was a fun vehicle, good entry level BMW I thought--pretty peppy even with the 28i engine. When I got back into the X3 I did appreciate a bit of a step up in quality and heft and smoothness of ride, plus the extra cargo capacity was appreciated.

Not that the X1 was a slouch in any respect, I just think the size factor of the X3 works better for me, and the performance with the 35i is an added boost.
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Old 05-01-2016, 04:56 PM
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Curious how you compare the ride between the two. I had an X1 for about a week when my X3 was in the shop recently. It was a fun vehicle, good entry level BMW I thought--pretty peppy even with the 28i engine. When I got back into the X3 I did appreciate a bit of a step up in quality and heft and smoothness of ride, plus the extra cargo capacity was appreciated.

Not that the X1 was a slouch in any respect, I just think the size factor of the X3 works better for me, and the performance with the 35i is an added boost.
I agree with you Doc. The ride quality is much better with the X3. Both of the models driven had msport but the X3 has dynamic handling pkg. I compare everything to the E90 M3 that had zero body roll. The X3 has much less roll than the X1 did IMO. Much tighter IMO even in comfort setting. I also thought that shifting was a little more harsh in the X1 vs the X3. Six speed vs eight. I like that the X3 has these tie downs that go on tracks that can be removed when not needed. The surround view is also a very nice feature, too. I parked very close to a large column at work today and found it useful when backing out. Many random thoughts in addition to the answer to your question. Just getting acquainted with it so it is still exciting.
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Old 05-01-2016, 05:05 PM
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I have chestnut seats in my 2014 x28i and really like that more unusual color -- not too dark, not too light, and it goes well with a dark exterior color.

The 2014 seats seem a lot more comfortable than the ones in the 2013 x28i I had before -- was there a subtle change that took place anyone is aware of?

Sorry about your ordeal. I got my '14 with 46k miles on it as a CPO in March and with the extended warranty, it';s good 'til 100k miles or until February 2020, so given the ectent of the warranty and the savings on a somewhat higher mileage vehicle, I think this was a good compromise and pretty optimal price vs. age point.
That is about what i bought my X1 with. Had about 42K on it and I had a CPO warranty as well. I was planning on keeping it for a while as my "beater" until I found a suitable X5. I just didn't feel comfortable driving the car until possibly 2019 and then having the airbag fixed. It was also a great excuse to tell my wife that I needed a new ride
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Hi all! Just got out of my X1 with Takata recall and got into a Carbon/Chestnut X3 Msport with tech, premium, dynamic handling pkgs. First impressions- I am very pleased with the adjustable suspension and engine throttle response settings. I am loving the chestnut interior. It is a nice change from boring black. Also loving the paddle shifters. The engine seems more torque-ey than advertised. I am planning on doing a stage I. I am sure this topic has been discussed to death so I will only say this. I am not sure what tune i will be going with but it will be something. Still trying to figure out all of the knobs and stuff that allows preset stations to be controlled from the steering wheel. Also loving the HUD
Nice. You sure you got the adjustable suspension? If you did, that's a major score!

That's super rare on a used X3, as almost no dealer ever ordered one with the Dynamic Handling Package, which adjusts the suspension/dampers. The sport package that comes with the Sport button, changes the throttle response, steering wheel and when it changes gears. Nothing to do with the suspension.

One way to know for sure is to run your VIN on a site, and check for option code: 223 Dynamic Damper Control. I don't know if there's any indication inside the car whether you have it.

Another super rare option is the actual sport suspension (which if you don't have the dynamic one, you could), and dealers almost never ordered. That's code 226. It comes with sport springs, sport shocks and beefier sway bars.

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Nice. You sure you got the adjustable suspension? If you did, that's a major score!

That's super rare on a used X3, as almost no dealer ever ordered one with the Dynamic Handling Package, which adjusts the suspension/dampers. The sport package that comes with the Sport button, changes the throttle response, steering wheel and when it changes gears. Nothing to do with the suspension.

One way to know for sure is to run your VIN on a site, and check for option code: 223 Dynamic Damper Control. I don't know if there's any indication inside the car whether you have it.

Another super rare option is the actual sport suspension (which if you don't have the dynamic one, you could), and dealers almost never ordered. That's code 226. It comes with sport springs, sport shocks and beefier sway bars.
Lemme go to bmwvin.com and check it.
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Option 223 only. I thought the msport provided stiffer suspension, no? Just cosmetic these days? Anyway I'm happy with it so far
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Option 223 only. I thought the msport provided stiffer suspension, no? Just cosmetic these days? Anyway I'm happy with it so far
Well done.

I don't think 223 and the sport suspension are mutually exclusive. If you have 225, that's the standard suspension.

The M sport line from what I've seen included the sport suspension, but sadly many dealers preferred to order the standard suspension with it (as I'm guessing they thought it would be too firm for people's expectations of an SUV), hence the phrase "sport suspension delete" you'll see used on the site.
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Well done.

I don't think 223 and the sport suspension are mutually exclusive. If you have 225, that's the standard suspension.

The M sport line from what I've seen included the sport suspension, but sadly many dealers preferred to order the standard suspension with it (as I'm guessing they thought it would be too firm for people's expectations of an SUV), hence the phrase "sport suspension delete" you'll see used on the site.
Yes i have seen that on many a vin. i will double check mine. I have been quite pleased with option 223. I was correlating the stiffer wheel feel with a stiffer suspension. Again, i was used to this with the competition pkg on my M3. Overall this X3 has a great combination of sportiness and luxury that i can live with for a few years until the right X5M or M3 comes along Editing because i just looked up the VIN again. No 225! Check it out for yourself. Vin L984553. I think the first owner optioned this heavily.
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Yes i have seen that on many a vin. i will double check mine. I have been quite pleased with option 223. I was correlating the stiffer wheel feel with a stiffer suspension. Again, i was used to this with the competition pkg on my M3. Overall this X3 has a great combination of sportiness and luxury that i can live with for a few years until the right X5M or M3 comes along Editing because i just looked up the VIN again. No 225! Check it out for yourself. Vin L984553. I think the first owner optioned this heavily.
But neither 225 is there nor 226. I used to think you had to have one of the two. I wonder if having 223 means that it takes over everything though. I thought that the springs and dampers were separate, so you could have either standard or sport springs, independent of the electronic dampers. Hmmm...

Either way, having EDC is a score. Well done.

This chart I've seen is pretty good, though I'm sure there's a typo on the second row, in that the dampers don't change in Sport mode, if you just have the M Sport Package.

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My M-sport 3.5i has the dynamic driving control, but for some reason, when the original owner ordered the car, he ordered "sport suspension delete." Now, why would he do that? Wish it had it, but honestly, the body roll is minimal with the stock suspension. Love the car.
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Also the gas and brake pedal!
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Yes, the previous owner modded this heavily. My next mod will be de-badging just for a super clean look. I am not a super DIYer, but that is one mod that I can handle!
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I have black with the chestnut interior on my x28i and people always comment on the uniqueness and beauty of that interior color. Your combination of features is rare indeed and I looked far and wide for a 3.5 M-sport to no avail when last in the market. The x28i is still totally fine for my purposes and is probably better suited to my reaction times at my age (though I'm still pretty quick!). Congrats on a super great find!
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