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karl_garcia
02-24-2003, 05:34 PM
buying an M3 you get a 2 day instructional course, you just have to get there?<br>

KJ
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BBentancourt
02-24-2003, 05:39 PM
I think that's the M5. When I was in Spartanburg to pick my M3 up, there was a class going on day two for M5 School. Our instruction time was limited to a couple of hours on a small course designed for braking and a wet area designed to show how DSC works both on and off.

karl_garcia
02-24-2003, 05:41 PM
thanks for bringing me back down to earth.

hehe..

<br>

KJ
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prkm3
02-24-2003, 05:42 PM

CK
02-24-2003, 05:42 PM
the only thing you get, if you choose, is PCD. The Performance Center Delivery will basically give you a very intimate introduction to your M3. Although the program is simply for delivering cars, i believe it has blossomed into perhaps a little seat time at the track they have there, but dont bet on it if they are booked up.

The only instruction you get from BMW is how to treat customers like garbage. It's not a 2 day course though, it lasts the entire duration of your ownership of the car and there is extra instruction if something goes wrong with the car. In addition, they like to keep us well educated on how ****ty you can really treat a customer. If you score really high then the next time you want to buy a BMW they will graciously mark it up 10k-15k and laugh at you when you walk in to the dealership. Now that is instruction...

The ignorant probably think im joking...the horror

-CK

BBentancourt
02-24-2003, 06:11 PM
That may be true for you at the dealer level, but I had a great experience at the Performance Center in Spartanburg. I highly recommend it. For those who track cars on a regular basis, the driving portion probably wouldn't be fun. I've never been on a track, so for me it was a blast. Maybe one day.........


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