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Marko
12-05-2000, 07:25 PM
From the Feb 2001 issue.

racecar
12-05-2000, 08:42 PM
It says here "you'll have to activate the Sport setting again each time the engine is turned off" (pg 56, top right).. does this mean that while you are driving, you cannot simply hit the button to make it Sport mode, you have to turn the car off first? how would this work. i was always under the impression that you would just hit the button for sport, hit it again for comfort.

Mark
12-05-2000, 09:17 PM
As the literature implies, the Sport button will automatically go BACK to Comfort when the car is shut down. It should be as easy as pushing the buttons at any other time while driving.<p>

racecar
12-05-2000, 09:42 PM
<i><br>As the literature implies, the Sport button will automatically go BACK to Comfort when the car is shut down. It should be as easy as pushing the buttons at any other time while driving.<p></i><br>

///Miami
12-06-2000, 02:43 AM
<i><br>From the Feb 2001 issue.<p></i><br>

Ray Koch
12-06-2000, 01:34 PM

Macht M3
12-06-2000, 06:35 PM
<i><br>From the Feb 2001 issue.<p></i><p>This was a great review. Interesting point the reviwer made however in reference to the E-36 M3 convertible, stating that the car sold reasonably well despite "horrendous" cowl shake..I have a 99 M3C, and while there is some shake, as there will be in any convertible excluding the Ferraris, it is not remotely "horrendous". What do some of you other M3 convertible owners think?<br>


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