I never thought I'd have to start a weight training program to drive an F30 or 32...........The only other thing I can suggest is going to the gym and working on the lower back and stomach muscle machines.
The bigger and more expensive the BMW, the better the eats. A friend's M240i's seats... eeeh.It's been some time and I was looking back at this post. I still haven't found a newer 3 or 4 series with seats that feel comfortable. The strange thing is that when I drive an older (i.e. 2008) Porsche 911, the seat feels great. I just don't understand it.
The first person that replied to my post thought that I must have had a bad back initially and it was simply aggravated by the 228 seats. That seems to be typical from someone who has no problem with BMW seats.
I agree with you 100%, Putz. The 5-er is just too darn big. But the seats are verrrry nice, particularly in the soft merino leather..:thumbup:The bigger and more expensive the BMW, the better the eats. A friend's M240i's seats... eeeh.
My old M3's optional seat... oh, yeah! The Multi-Contour seats (that with the Merino leather cost more than my first new car) in my 5 Series... .ooh-la-la!