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BMW 328i/328xi

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  • puffin1puffin1 Posts: 276
    That's what I do in Maine. No way will I drive with studded rears or swap out winter and summer tires.The gas milage on my RWD drive is bad enough,but an XI AWD you might as well buy a gas station.
    Also, NC guy I flew out of Cherry Point ,NC and you rebels get 1" of snow and it's a natural disaster, with cars sliding all over the place. :shades:
  • puffin1puffin1 Posts: 276
    Not if you bought mine. I keep my cars mint.I got that habit from Basic School in Quantico. : :shades:
  • shiposhipo Posts: 9,152
    I keep my cars mint.I got that habit from Basic School in Quantico

    Are you freakin' serious? Geez, sounds like we chewed some of the same red mud in Quantico; I spent my time there back in 1977. :shades:
  • fedlawmanfedlawman Posts: 3,118
    Those G-Rides at Quantico aren't exactly well maintained or pampered...
  • ronsteveronsteve Posts: 435
    Also, NC guy I flew out of Cherry Point ,NC and you rebels get 1" of snow and it's a natural disaster, with cars sliding all over the place.

    This far down the coast, that only happens a day or two each winter (if that), and AWD won't keep these clowns from sliding into me. Can't really say there's a NEED for AWD in this climate.

    I think my answer is that after my Volvo goes out of warranty, if I'm really itching to get out of it and can only find xi's, I might do that... but otherwise RWD is my way to go with a BMW.
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