Subject: S62 into bmw e31 ☑️💪
Subject: Noticed a cut in my tire is this bad do i need a new tire?
Subject: Sad looking Z4 needs a lot of love
Subject: Can Anyone Help ID These Wheels?
Subject: Got a brand new bumper after 2 weeks in the shop, 5k in damages after hitting a raccoon..
Subject: My 1991 E34 M5 in Macau Blue parked in a sunny English village on a typical sunny English day 😎 Owned for over five years and still very much in love 🥰
Subject: First Car, 2014 BMW 335i M Sport, Stage 2, 66k miles
Subject: Another perk of a BMW Plug-In Hybrid: No one can accuse you of ICE-ing a spot
Subject: 763m and 437m best looking rims on BMW F30?
Subject: Can you code every interior light of f series BMWs to be blue when you unlock like in the i3? More in comments
Subject: Safety & Quality
Subject: Great day here in Michigan, had to drop the top and get her washed
Subject: My ‘22 M3 Comp…what mods to put on it? And should I just wait till warranty is up? Was thinking new Intake first
Subject: Bad day in new X5 45e. Parking assistance problems…
Subject: In an unexpected turn of events, I now have a 2022 G80 on order at MSRP and got an open allocation
So, I posted the other day that I had tried to order a 2022 M3 without much luck, being told $5K over MSRP with lead times of 12 months. Later, I called another dealership (thanks to u/armandox02) and was told they had an allocation but they were asking $20K over MSRP. Both were obviously hard no's. I had also heard that a third dealership here in Houston was selling at MSRP but there would be at least three people in line in front of me for allocations.
Well, it pays to be both polite and patient. I received a call from a sales manager at BMW of Houston North this afternoon (the second dealership). The conversation went something like this:
"Hello u/bwyer, I understand you weren't interested in purchasing an M3 when we spoke to you yesterday?"
"Nope, not at $20K over list"
"Would you be willing to order an M3 at MSRP?"
"Most likely, yes. What's the lead time?"
"I'll be there shortly."
So, after a quick credit check and a $2,500 deposit, their existing M3 allocation was (supposedly) given to me and I have the car I've been wanting for about three years on order in 8 to 12 weeks.
Subject: New owner of a very low mile 2016 BMW M3 6 speed.
Subject: Just Found this badboy with low miles and made it mine
Subject: they aren't even trying anymore...
Subject: Mercedes thanking BMW for 100 years of competition
Subject: what is this? it’s a couple blocks down the road from my house just sitting here i’ve been looking at it for a while, thinking of knocking on some doors about it.