BMW 535i has elegance, excitement

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Old 15 Jul 2010, 10:24 pm   #1 (permalink)
john
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Default BMW 535i has elegance, excitement

"The 2011 BMW 535i proves familiarity need not be boring. The new
sport sedan arrives like the best kind of friend, with whom you are
immediately at ease regardless of the time since you saw them last.
Slipping behind the 535i's wheel is like continuing a conversation
that endures months-long gaps without flagging.

For BMW admirers distressed by the hatchback style of BMW's 5 Gran
Turismo, or the Z4 roadster's heavier weight and lessened sportiness,
the new 535i reprises the brand's traditional strengths: elegance and
excitement.

The 2011 5-series brims with advanced features in a familiar package
that has been the world's finest sport sedan for decades."

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Old 16 Jul 2010, 09:49 am   #2 (permalink)
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If only you could afford a BMW!!! LOL!

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Old 17 Jul 2010, 05:45 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On Jul 16, 9:49*am, "Bill Yanaire, ESQ" <b...@yanaire.com> wrote:
> If only you could afford a BMW!!! *LOL!


I could and I'll suggest you pass on these!
Once upon a time german autos were the best in the world. Now they
are maybe as good as american autos.
BMW autos have many reliability problems (the 7 series is the worst
reputation, even though it's the most expensive).
Mercedes is the same (the S class 500 series are money pits, they are
loaded with all sorts of electrical problems).

My lexus is FAR more reliable than the BMW I had (which was a 5
series).
The number one complaint about lexus LS autos is the suspension is too
soft or mushy.

From doing some research, I found out about this website:
http://www.lexls.com/

excellent reference for upgrading the suspension on LS400 series.
You can follow similar idea for the 430. I wouldn't mess with a 460,
but I guess you could do the same.

I did this and my car's handling is almost as good as the BMW.
The big difference is the Lexus doesn't need the constant trips to
dealer like the BMW did.

lexus ls series = RELIABLE. German cars = UNRELIABLE

Oskar
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