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Re: Neat solution, but lacks one key feature... (archive)

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Posted by Jim T on January 25, 2000 at 18:58:06:

In Reply to: Neat solution, but lacks one key feature... posted by jvr on January 25, 2000 at 09:35:35:

: of the UGDO. The UGDO does not operate without the key turned passed the Acc. point in the ignition. This will prevent thieves from using your remote to gain access to your home, should it be stolen from your car. May not be a worry to all, but I like the security of that - and the finished look in the car.

: I agree with everyone that on a $40-60k car, this feature should be standard. Maybe part of the Premium or Sport/Premium package. Without the option of a front single-CD unit, the changer should be standard too. Maybe with a no charge 'delete' option when you order if you don't want them.

: Jeff
: '99 528i Sport

I'm a newbie and just shopping. Before I started to read the posts here, I too thought that there should be a CD player and asked the salesperson. (I was encouraged to do so by my 14 year old daughter that was "spoiled" by the company Dodge!)

Also wish I could delete the moon roof. Maybe a trade for the CD? I personally wouldn't use the sun roof and I don't want the extra weight or headroom used if I had a choice. In $50,000.00+ autos there should be choice. ;-)

Of course after driving a BMW, it doesn't make much difference to me if I only listen to the motor. :-)




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