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Old 03-16-2005, 09:01 PM
Andm99 Andm99 is offline
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Mein Auto: 2005 Silber Grau 325Ci
Performance Center Deliveries

Well, hopefully I'll be ordering my E90 325i shortly once I settle on a dealer. I'm thinking about Sparkling Graphite on either Sand or Terra Leather with ZSP, PP, Xenons , 6 Speed, Logic 7. I want to do the Performance Center Delivery as it's only about an hour away from my home and I'd like to revisit the factory/ museum. My questions are:
1. Do you still pay the $645 in destination charges for the PC Dev. or is it waived?
2. Do instructors actually take you out on the track for a few minutes in your car to teach you a few quick basics?
3.Has the Spartanburg BMW Museum been updated at all( in terms of cars in the museum) in the last 3 years?
4. What other perks or problems come with doing a delivery via the Performance Center?
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Old 03-16-2005, 09:07 PM
JB-From-FL JB-From-FL is offline
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Here are three answers

1. You still pay it.
2. About 90 minutes in a car like yours. You get to slide their car around, not your beauty.
3. dont know.
4. Night at hotel, dinner, breakfast.





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Well, hopefully I'll be ordering my E90 325i shortly once I settle on a dealer. I'm thinking about Sparkling Graphite on either Sand or Terra Leather with ZSP, PP, Xenons , 6 Speed, Logic 7. I want to do the Performance Center Delivery as it's only about an hour away from my home and I'd like to revisit the factory/ museum. My questions are:
1. Do you still pay the $645 in destination charges for the PC Dev. or is it waived?
2. Do instructors actually take you out on the track for a few minutes in your car to teach you a few quick basics?
3.Has the Spartanburg BMW Museum been updated at all( in terms of cars in the museum) in the last 3 years?
4. What other perks or problems come with doing a delivery via the Performance Center?
Thanks!
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