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      07-22-2005, 02:37 PM   #1
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Rubber Floor Mats

Will my dealer provide me w/ free rubber floor mats w/ my BMW or the cloth one? Is there a possibility that he will not give me ANY mats?

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      07-22-2005, 02:49 PM   #2
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check this...

This is what people have been saying about stuff they have been receiving from their dealers for FREE (well not free but you know what I mean ;-))

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ee+accessories
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      07-22-2005, 04:55 PM   #3
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I didn't get them with the deal, but then I got a pretty good deal and was a little sneaky about it so I didn't expect much. You can order them for a good price at Circle BMW. That's what I ended up doing.

But it can't hurt to ask. If they don't feel like they lost too much in the negotiation, they will probably throw them in.
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      07-22-2005, 05:23 PM   #4
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I got the carpeted mats

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      07-22-2005, 06:21 PM   #5
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I had the dealer throw in the rubber mats as part of the deal. I've always had carpet before, so I thought I'd try something different. I'm totally loving the rubber mats.

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      07-22-2005, 06:49 PM   #6
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I didn't get rubber mats thrown in because they weren't in-stock when I picked up my car.

I don't understand, why are carpet mats still an option in a world where everything else is standard?
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like power seats????
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like power seats????
Those are still an option in the 325i...But comm'on, these cars come with chilled cup holders, and hill-hold features, but no friggin' mats...what's up with that!
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My dealer gave me both rubber and carpet, a rubber trunk liner, mud flaps (I needed to install), and a nice BMW key chain to top it off. I was at $1k below MSRP for a loaded 330i. He still did alright on his commission I'm sure.
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Those are still an option in the 325i...But comm'on, these cars come with chilled cup holders, and hill-hold features, but no friggin' mats...what's up with that!
Chilled cup holder? I don't think it's meant to be chilled just happens to be because of the rear AC....

It can also be considered a heated cup holder in the winter...

Unless you are referring to another cup holder.
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Chilled cup holder? I don't think it's meant to be chilled just happens to be because of the rear AC....

It can also be considered a heated cup holder in the winter...

Unless you are referring to another cup holder.
Yes, the air does come from the air duct that runs to the rear A/C. I guess if you turn on your heater, you can heat up your hot chocolate, but damn, you're gonna have to crank that heater to 100 degress to heat up any drink.

I guess here in Hawaii, I'll never use my heater, so the only use I'd have for that vent is chilling my Mai Tai!
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My dealer gave me both rubber and carpet, a rubber trunk liner, mud flaps (I needed to install), and a nice BMW key chain to top it off. I was at $1k below MSRP for a loaded 330i. He still did alright on his commission I'm sure.
you had a nice sales guy. All I received was a crappy cheap pen from Tulley BMW in New hampshire. My key came with the vehicle info plastic piece. I have an 325XI and he didn't offer for the rubber trunk liner. Even after I was screwed with my wheel package and had to wait an additional 2 months he didn't budge on the rubber mats. PS. He made me pay the additional $300 for the upgrade wheels (which he forgot to mention the first time around). What an idiot. I know more on this car than he ever will!
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I had a e46 325 2005 trade in. I took the floor mats of the e46 on the day we exchanged cars. I should have taken the jack as well, damn.
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my sales man gave them to me. most places wont provide them. i also bought the all weather mats for $78 for both front and rear.
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my sales man gave them to me. most places wont provide them. i also bought the all weather mats for $78 for both front and rear.
After the price of the car is negotiated and agreed upon, and we signed the papers, I asked for these and they gave them to me free:

BMW umbrella
All weather mats (front & back)
Chromed exhaust tips
Mud guard

guess I am lucky ?
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      12-09-2005, 07:57 PM   #16
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I was given a choice of carpet or rubber, no charge with the order. I asked for both-no problem.
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