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      04-21-2006, 08:57 PM   #133
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I've only spent 800kms in my new E90 - but I see no material difference between the interiors. Can someone post some comparo pics?

Love the exterior though. Esp that colour!

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      04-21-2006, 09:46 PM   #134
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I just got on the reserve list. I am able to order June 1st with September delivery. :rocks:
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      04-21-2006, 10:15 PM   #135
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Can someone share some pricing info. I may have to call my CA to see if theres a reserve list here too
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      04-21-2006, 10:21 PM   #136
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      04-21-2006, 10:32 PM   #137
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I agree Im just F*king burnt out reading all the posts bout this new coupe.
Everyone pretending they know more or have the latest inside scoop.

If this is an sample indication of such waste of bandwidth when a new car is release. Brace yourself for a network outtages when the new M3 comes out.

Im not impress! M3 where are you!?
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      04-21-2006, 10:36 PM   #138
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I'm not impressed. The interior of my car looks almost exactly as the 335i in these pictures with the Nav . The tail lights don't impress me.
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      04-21-2006, 10:39 PM   #139
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I agree Im just F*king burnt out reading all the posts bout this new coupe.
Everyone pretending they know more or have the latest inside scoop.

If this is an sample indication of such waste of bandwidth when a new car is release. Brace yourself for a network outtages when the new M3 comes out.

Im not impress! M3 where are you!?
Easy, don't read any thread related to the E92 and you won't be burnt out reading stuff you don't want to read. For people like me who are actually interested in buying this car today has been a long time coming and I'm enjoying every post I'm reading about the car, even if it's rumors, speculation, conjecture. Keep the posts coming folks, it's been an exciting day.
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Ive been asking around about ordering directly from germany, is it possible to do this in the US?
Are you talking about the BMW European Delivery program or gray market?

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      04-21-2006, 10:51 PM   #141
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Can someone share some pricing info. I may have to call my CA to see if theres a reserve list here too
Nothing about U.S. prices yet, but here are UK prices - http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18035
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      04-21-2006, 11:01 PM   #142
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e92 is just too long for a coupe.....where is the sportiness?
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      04-21-2006, 11:10 PM   #143
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e92 is just too long for a coupe.....where is the sportiness?
I used to think the same thing, that a car wasn't "sporty" unless it looked like a proper sports car, but then I drove a 3 series and I realized that a car can be "sporty" without looking like a sports car. Nobody is better than BMW at making beautiful classy (sometimes sedate) cars drive in a very sporty way. Look at cars like the G35 coupe yea it looks more like a sports car than the 3 series coupe but doesn't mean it drives and handles better. Anyways its all in the eyes of the beholder and the E92 is beautiful and sporty looking to me.
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      04-22-2006, 01:12 AM   #144
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Well there is a company called BMW Buyers who import BMW's from Germany at a huge saving. The car is sent to a UK dealership who then prep it ready for collection. Personally I would prefer to collect the car from Germany and drive it back home!

Get in touch with the guys at BMWBuyers.co.uk and see what they would suggest. Tell them Sinister DJ recommended you They don't deal with US customers as far as I am aware, but I'm sure that they can think of something if they want to make a sale. And if no go, then try calling a German dealership directly and place an order with them.




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Are you talking about the BMW European Delivery program or gray market?

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Oh yea! I was told that buying directly from Germany would save me some money, but I didn't know if that was true or not, because if it was then no one would buy from the US dealers lol. SO ... Are the cars made for US specs though? Also how much cheaper would the car be if paid off at once in cash? And how long does the delivery take? Would it come with all the maintenance services that the cars bought here get? I would do almost anything to save a couple thousand on the car. If anyone has any more info please let me know, after I've gathered up all the info I can about this Ill call one of these dealers or what not in Germany and have a little chat... I just dont want the phone bill to be as big as a payment Thanks alot for any answers guys, appreciate it!
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      04-22-2006, 01:16 AM   #145
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Nice looking, powerful, and all that...
but did anyone notice that the 335i coupe will weigh in at 3571 lbs!

That's almost 200 lbs heavier than the E90 330i, and 100 lb more than the already heavy E46 M3! So, it'll be fast in a straight line, but I'm not sure about handling when the road gets twistier, especially since the SP gets the same tire package as in the E90 330i.

Another thing: still lacking a proper limited slip differential.
How can the rear wheels and DSC properly handle 300 lb-ft of torque without it?
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      04-22-2006, 01:33 AM   #146
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The interior photos suggests that it is a strict 4 seater and not a 5 seater. is standard spec a 5 seater or a 4 seater?
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      04-22-2006, 01:39 AM   #147
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E92 Coupe Ordering Guide (showing all options and configurations) posted here - http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18057
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      04-22-2006, 04:02 AM   #148
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just noticed from the e92 pics after scutiny that the e92 kidney grille is more similiar to the e60 than the e90. e90 kidney grille bears more resemblance to new 6 series.( The bonnet horizontal chrome piece is much more prominent/ thicker in e90. ). wonder why e92 grille is different to e90, prob explains why tail light cluster is also different to e90.
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just noticed from the e92 pics after scutiny that the e92 kidney grille is more similiar to the e60 than the e90. e90 kidney grille bears more resemblance to new 6 series.( The bonnet horizontal chrome piece is much more prominent/ thicker in e90. ). wonder why e92 grille is different to e90, prob explains why tail light cluster is also different to e90.
Just because it was designed to be a different car badged 4 series, and marketing decided to stick with the old name...
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      04-22-2006, 06:37 AM   #150
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Oh, this is just great. Now I have to add a bay to my garage to fit one of these.


Jason - don't I owe you an E92?
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I agree Im just F*king burnt out reading all the posts bout this new coupe.
Everyone pretending they know more or have the latest inside scoop.

If this is an sample indication of such waste of bandwidth when a new car is release. Brace yourself for a network outtages when the new M3 comes out.

Im not impress! M3 where are you!?
It's not too late for you to take those evening English classes. BTW your nickname is perfect - no one gives one for your opinion.

Have a great day!
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      04-22-2006, 06:57 AM   #152
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Apparently, some people notice, and does mean they care

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Oh, this is just great. Now I have to add a bay to my garage to fit one of these.


Jason - don't I owe you an E92?
Oh not just an E92 but an M3 E92... but after seeing the 335i specs and photos, it'll do just fine too
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      04-22-2006, 09:56 AM   #154
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That's an oil temp gauge, not the 'normal' water temp gauge we don't have on our E90s. Normally only the M-models have an oiltemp gauge
oiltemp guage was the first thing my little peepers peep'd on
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