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You bought it to drive it, right? (archive)

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Posted by Chris on October 02, 2000 at 20:21:06:

In Reply to: Won't you lose some performance/handling after.... posted by Andrei on October 02, 2000 at 16:21:00:

I can understand the desire to keep it new, but the reason you bought it was because you liked the way it drove. So drive it, enjoy it, fix it...(repeat as necessary).

99 M3
happily piling on enjoyable mile after mile

100K miles or so? Just curious. I try to keep the miles on my M as low as possible for fear of it feeling loose. (My mom's 525i has just over 100K and it feels really bad compared to how it used to.


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