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Were talking about 2 very different setups........ (archive)

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Posted by gercar on September 24, 1999 at 17:11:05:

In Reply to: Re: Sports suspension on 323i '00 sedan (more) posted by RAL on September 24, 1999 at 17:04:28:

: : Hi,

: : How does the sports suspension on the BMW 323i compare to the suspension on '99 Mustang? I am asking this because I did not really like the sports suspension on the '99 Mustang I drove. It is too tight for me. Altho I haven't driven any 323i with the sports suspension, I'd like to have some input before I do my first test drive.

: : Thx.

: : PS: Also, will the rear leg room be a problem for a 6'0'' person if the driver is also like 6'0''?

: Drive the car and see for yourself. Go to the dealer and sit in the car.

The base and GT Mustang have a live rear axle, while BMWs are all very complex independent setups front and rear. it's like comparing apples and plywood (forget about oranges).


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