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      09-30-2012, 10:51 PM   #8
Dave_NW
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Drives: 2009 328xi Touring
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It sure was fun doing European Delivery and breaking the car in on the Autobahn. That made the new car purchase worth it right there.
I can just imagine! Must have been awesome doing that!

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I don't like the idea of no spare, but then again, I can't remember the last time I had to swap a tire on a car due to a flat.
If you happen to be a Costco Executive member who has their Ameriprise car insurance, one of the perks is free roadside assistance. I happen to fall into that category, so maybe I can live without a spare. But I'll check out the M Mobility Kit just the same.

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Why aren't Tourings more common? Several reasons, I believe. Most importantly, they are basically a special-order vehicle. No dealers stock new wagons on the lot, for the most part.

-Rick
Funny you should mention that. My 2009 E91 is a lease return sold at auction that I bought from a dealer here in Washington state. It was originally sold new by BMW of San Francisco. I was in SF last month on other business, and dropped into that dealership to check them out. Their new vehicles were lined up outside, with only a half dozen or so indoors. And one of those inside vehicles was a 2008 E91! I thought that was kind of strange, since I'd expect a four year old used car to be kept outside, leaving showroom floorspace for something new and very expensive. I didn't see any other E91's on the lot - new or used.

Dave

Last edited by Dave_NW; 09-30-2012 at 10:57 PM.