Originally Posted by Thumperx
Not sure why you mention sport springs (or cost) when your car doesn't have springs. Even if you did, sport springs are approximately 1/2 inch frt an 1/4 inch rr shorter than standard springs.
I think, maybe, the springs are soft and compliant (not sure what Egyptian roads are like). The shocks are new and freshly charged compared to worn shocks. Together, they may cause your car to sit a bit higher than norm. I agree with others that have mentioned the shocks will settle in time and mileage.
Have you taken your car to a good mechanic or dealership (someone that you value their opinion) to have an evaluation performed?
Thanks Thumperx , iam aready taking the car tomorrow to a good bmw mechanic to proffesionaly inspect the whole front strut