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Re: UK M3 Drivers (archive)

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Posted by Darren M on April 24, 2001 at 12:49:00:

In Reply to: UK M3 Drivers posted by SWOLL on April 24, 2001 at 10:30:19:

Roops answered this good enough.
LHD is a fine once you get used to it. If I were to sell the M3 and wanted a newer bimmer (which I dont BTW) I would import another LHD to get the huge savings over a RHD car.

For number 2, maybe Moseley Motorsport are near the Midlands? Im not sure on this but check their website (www.moseleymotorsport.co.uk or .com). Buy BMW Car mag because specialists all over the country often advertise in there.

M3`s are suprisingly fuel efficient. I can get 34 MPG cruising at about 60mph which for the type of car that it is and the performance is damn good.

Darren


Just a couple of questions from a prospective owner

1) How do you get on driving a left hooker on UK roads. 2) Does anyone know of a decent specialist in the Midlands area for servicing etc.
3) What sort of MPG do you get

Thanks in advance





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