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      07-22-2008, 03:30 AM   #221

Drives: 2016 F30 340i
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: San Diego, CA

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Originally Posted by s.myrr View Post
In these .pdf files you can see the wheel style numbers outlined in the ordering guides found on bimmerpost...

GOOD FIND! Thanks!

It's nice to finally see what the wheel options are for 09!

Thanks for posting the pics! Quick lookup from the ordering guides indicates the following:

328i Sedan Std is 282
328i Sedan Sport Package is 286
328i Sedan 17" All Season Option is 285
328xi Sedan/Sport Wagon Sport package is 284
328xi Sedan/Sport Wagon Sport Package with mixed tires is 286
335i Sedan Std is 284
335i Sedan Sport Package is 287

IMHO I think the 328 Sport Package rims actually took a step backwards aesthetically (with the exception of the 285 option), although the non sport package rim and optional 17" is an improvement.

I'm actually very happy with my 2008 335i Sedan Sport Package Star Spoke 162 rims and that is one thing that I'm not bummed about with the refresh (along with the front bumper). While I like the 287s since they come on the 335i ZSP coupes and are awesome for the coupes, I really like the 162s better on the sedan (although they are "old" now).

I'm curious to see what will come on the coupes for 2009.

Pros of 2009 - Revised iDrive, Hood, LED Taillights, headlight/DRL/Cornering lamp changes, Oyster and Saddle Brown Leather, Front PDC

Cons of 2009 - Price increase, Logic 7 is now an option, lower front fascia, no more Sparkling Graphite (they should have added Space Gray instead of replacing Sparkling Graphite)

Overall, you can't lose with a 2008 or a 2009 in my book....
2016 F30 340i Estoril Blue/Oyster 6MT
2008 E90 335i Sparkling Graphite/Black
2000 E46 328i Sedan Silver/Black (retired)