Subject: Just picked her up today! My brand new BMW M4 Comp. I hope you guys enjoy! Bought from BMW of Louisville.
Subject: Is this a sketchy guy to buy a car from? I’ve been in contact with him but my partner thinks he’s lying about being a private seller thinking he’s a middle man selling a lemon car since the car was photographed in a showroom and not at a personal house…
Subject: See? I blame pedestrian crash safety (ignore how shitty the edit is, you get the idea)
Subject: Not exactly a car, but I have a set of limited (1/500) BMW skis unopened!
Subject: Why are all my wheels wobbling like this? It’s all four wheels. Tech saw this while balancing.
Subject: Joined the e46 gang
Subject: Need more G8 M3. Here is my sleeper. Such a great car.
Subject: Found this '88 635Csi up for sale last night, looks pretty good for only $15k. 197k miles. Thoughts? Looking for a new daily
Subject: What I saw at San Luis Potosí. Is amazing and I’m thinking is the new M3 since here at BMW Plant in San Luis Potosí México they assemble the M3 Series as far as I know. What do you think guys?
Subject: Happy place, happy face
Subject: All clean but fail. It just had to start raining. What a waste lol
Subject: New to me 2011 328I XDRIVE
Subject: Sunny, Sunny Day 🌞🌞🌞
Subject: Good deal? '08 335i with 31k miles for 12k USD
Subject: F25 Timing chain replacement
Subject: Drove the i4 eDrive 40 today...
... and I have to say I was underwhelmed.
I'm currently in a 2016 M235i Cabrio (which I love - even though its an M-light) but have been thinking that my next car would be electric. I've looked around at many electric options but so far nothing has really grabbed me.
I've been seeing advertisements for the i4 and iX lately but haven't had the chance to see one in person until yesterday when I took my car in for its state inspection.
One of the salesmen saw me poking around it and asked if I wanted to take it for a drive.
The car was comfortable, the cabin roomy, driving position was what you would expect from a BMW. This particular model was what they would consider the "base" with very few of the bells and whistles that are available.
I was impressed by the size and clarity of the dual display. It seemed easy to navigate and the personal assistant (voice command) is way better than the ancient technology that's in my 2016.
I had the car for about 15-20 minutes, driving it through town and on the highway. Sure the acceleration was stellar - even for a base model, it pushed you back in your seat. When you let off the accelerator, it didn't feel like you were immediately putting on the breaks as some electric cars (including the i3) feel.
But there was just something about it, and I can't put my finger on what was missing. Was it the engine noise? Was it the slight jerk when it changed gears? Was it simply the fact that it was a sedan when I'm used to a sporty little convertible?
I don't know. I was just expecting to be more impressed.
Just my 2 cents.
Subject: My F31 posing for a quick shot 🚨
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