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      10-17-2012, 01:46 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by nonagon
Sport Suspension Delete removes the sport suspension and makes the ride a bit soft (not bad, but not sporty). You should add DHP if you want a sporty ride. In Sport and Sport+, the car comes alive.

Thanks, but this makes no sense. The M Sport Package is supposed to give a sportier ride. You're saying that The M Sport Package gives a softer ride than the non- M Sport versions? BMW deletes the Sport Suspension in The M Sport Package? Does this makes sense to anyone? I thought this meant that it was replaced with something sportier.




Explanation in the first paragraph by fellow Poster. Why does BMW delete the Sports Suspension if one adds the M Sport package? Does this make sense to anyone? One adds the M Sport Package and BMW deletes the Sport Suspension? Because they want us to purchase The Dynamic Handling Package?
It's all down to marketing and they don't do this anywhere else to my knowledge, only NA. Either it's a ploy to make you get the Dynamic Handling Package as well or that's what they think the majority of you actually want...
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