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Old 08-24-2006, 04:22 AM
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Oh my good gosh...Is that perhaps what the facelift e90 will look like? That is HOOOOOTTTTTTT!!!!!
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Old 08-24-2006, 04:31 AM
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Oh my good gosh...Is that perhaps what the facelift e90 will look like? That is HOOOOOTTTTTTT!!!!!
Nobody knows for sure what the sedan will look like but the word has been that BMW wants the coupé and the sedan to have unique looks, especially in the front. Also, the sedan is still very new and if we follow traditional (except E65 tradition) BMW facelift timelines, the E90 sedan is not due for a facelift for another couple of years.
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what was the sticker price?
I don't recall. I think it started with a 4 though...
...and it did not have the sport package or Nav.

I'll be test driving it in a couple of days. I'll get more details. I would have drove it then but they needed to prep it. It was just off the truck.
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Nobody knows for sure what the sedan will look like but the word has been that BMW wants the coupé and the sedan to have unique looks, especially in the front. Also, the sedan is still very new and if we follow traditional (except E65 tradition) BMW facelift timelines, the E90 sedan is not due for a facelift for another couple of years.
But aren't the trim lines and engines (twin-turbo)are changing next month? Instead of 325 and 330, there will be 328 and 335.
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Old 08-24-2006, 08:57 AM
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No regrets getting my E90.
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Old 08-25-2006, 03:39 AM
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But aren't the trim lines and engines (twin-turbo)are changing next month? Instead of 325 and 330, there will be 328 and 335.
Yes, the engines are changing and there might be some different interior options but I have read that the interior of the E92 is intended to be a little different. In particular, the wood trim along the interior of the doors. What I meant was that I don't think the exteriors of the E90's will get any changes. They want the E92 to be unique and distinctive compared to the sedan brethren.
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I agree with what seems to be the majority, e90 > e92. There's nothing inspiring about the coupe... and from initial pictures, it doesn't look like the M3 will be all that aggressive like previous generations.
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