in the small (nearly nohthing) changes for the 2003 MY. :thumbdwn: :thumbdwn:
I could think of a few..mostly things that snap and pop and should be fixed.. It should have been a year to fix all the screw up and cheap parts used in the interior...oh wellSean said:in the small (nearly nohthing) changes for the 2003 MY. :thumbdwn: :thumbdwn:
Ok, fix all the things I mentioned and the ones you metioned..wow what a car it would be... am I dreaming?Sean said:I was hoping for the M steering wheel. The 5-Series got it for MY 2002. Xenons should be std. across the line for what MSRP is. Some new wheels for the SP on the 330 would have been nice or what about some new wheels for the 325Ci SP?
That was wishful think. I think BMW NA is being a little cocky about the competition. It's sort of like they're thumbing their noses up at them or better yet, doing this. :flipoff:The new 2003 line promises to be one of our most exciting offerings to date. Sorry to say, our plans for the model are not as yet finalized.
You can usually remove them. The third in our ML320 popped out easily. VW's come out also. It would be amazing if BMW's couldn't be removed.ObD said:I'm glad I have an 02. That 3rd passenger headrest would drive me absolutely bonkers. :yikes:
I would hope so, that third one must be a pain in the a** to see over. I never noticed my rear headrests were so big until tonight when I actually really checked them out. I kept trying to imagine how bad my rear vision would be if I had a third one back there. I don't think it would be any better on the sedan than it would be on my coupe.JPinTO said:
You can usually remove them. The third in our ML320 popped out easily. VW's come out also. It would be amazing if BMW's couldn't be removed.