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      10-19-2012, 03:05 PM   #71
Chris@codemybimmer
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Drives: AW F30 328i Xdrive
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Toronto

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Originally Posted by Havok_2011 View Post
Hood can be fixed, but will never be 100%. Once the hood gets deformed, its hard to get it perfect again, but they will probably be able to fix it well enough for the naked eye not to notice anything.

Yes, the car won't have the same strength as before, whenever an accident involves welding/fixing parts of its structural frame, it will never be like new. My RSX got t-boned by a truck, shop fixed it up for a major amount of $$. Should have been a write off if you ask me. Car was never the same again. They aren't going to spot weld everything either...to time consuming/expensive.

I suggest you keep your car off the track when you get it back. Sell the car in the spring and get the F30?
Sigh...
Well the thing is im onyl allowed 65 000 km at the end of my lease which is in the coming June...my car currently has 64 475 at the time of the accident.
So im probably going to end my lease early and get an F30 assuming price fits my budget.
If price is too much i gues i will just store my car until lease end