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      04-06-2011, 02:27 PM   #5
2000 M Roadster (sold), 2006 M Coupe (sold)

Drives: '16 M3 SO '16 X6 35i MW
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Chicago suburbs

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Originally Posted by twistediron View Post
When I saw the M-sport list for canada and that it had all seasons I didn't like that at all.

talked to my ca and told her it made no sense. end result they will swap for summer's for labor costs only. colour me happy
What makes no sense is that on the normal sport package its an option to get 19" wheels with summer performance tires, but not an option at all on the M Sport package? you would think especially for people not living in cold weather climates they would want 19" summer tires especially since it has a 40/60 drive split with the M Package.

I am hoping dealers here will also swap out the tires at no cost (even labor) but I doubt it since normally summer tires cost more than all season (at least the good ones that normally BMW uses)