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Comments for E46 from former E36 owner (steering) (archive)

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Posted by Ming on April 16, 1999 at 17:22:54:

After reading many posts from this group about the steering problem. I reconginze only a few of them own a RWD before.

What I can feel is....
E46 steering DOESN'T feel as SOLID as E36. BUT it is not as worst as some of the people here described. My E36 has 205 tires on it and my E46 has 225 tires. Oh HWY, I can feel that the E46 WILL FOLLOW THE GROOVE on the hwy easily, which will make it hard to control sometimes. SO.. on a rough and not perfectly smooth road, E46 will make you feel the floatness (I think), and since the road condition in Toronto is ROUGH. I can't find a smooth road to test the brake vibration.

E46 328iA

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