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Old 12-04-2009, 06:50 PM
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Got my production number im status 112 with a projected build date of 1/2/10
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Old 12-04-2009, 07:10 PM
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So i went in to see the X5 M that arrived at Rasmussen BMW and fell in love. But fortunately im still fairly patient and decided to order one exactly how i wanted. I opted for a Saph. Black with Sakhir Orange interior with Carbon Leather trim. Of course i've added a whole bunch of other options, so now the wait begins!! Im replacing a Lexus RX330 with this car as my new winter/ski vehicle!!

So what is the spec on the one that Rasmussen has in?
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Old 12-04-2009, 07:44 PM
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Saph Black on Black with soft close doors, rear climate, power tailgate, comfort access, sat radio, premium sound, tech package

I believe i might be missing a few things i remember it being around 93k
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They always seem to play it safe with Black or Silver Exterior and Black Extended (not Full) Interior on the ones they order for Stock.
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They always seem to play it safe with Black or Silver Exterior and Black Extended (not Full) Interior on the ones they order for Stock.
Yeah that is why i figured 7 weeks wasnt too bad of a wait. I even told them they could be a little bold with their stock orders occasionally because someone like me will come around that wants it. Its just the economy and flooring costs make it prohibitive for them.
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well thats going to be a big difference between the RX330. youre going from a marshmallow ride to a sport suspension tuned beast!

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Old 12-05-2009, 06:15 PM
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well thats going to be a big difference between the RX330. youre going from a marshmallow ride to a sport suspension tuned beast!

ENJOY!
The lexus wasn't terrible. I did the Pass (I5 through the sisquous and shasta) last year during that terrible snow storm that left i5 covered in snow and ice and i was cruising through the pass (very twisty) at 60+mph with my snow tires, it was a blast. In the X5 it'll be even better I bet. But i will say Lexus trucks are great, I also have a LX570 in Saudi Arabia that is my daily driver/Beach Cruiser and that drives great and not like a huge SUV at all. The only country i could justify that car in, since ill go out to the desert and the dunes and it costs under 30 USD to fill her completely up lol.
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The lexus wasn't terrible. I did the Pass (I5 through the sisquous and shasta) last year during that terrible snow storm that left i5 covered in snow and ice and i was cruising through the pass (very twisty) at 60+mph with my snow tires, it was a blast. In the X5 it'll be even better I bet. But i will say Lexus trucks are great, I also have a LX570 in Saudi Arabia that is my daily driver/Beach Cruiser and that drives great and not like a huge SUV at all. The only country i could justify that car in, since ill go out to the desert and the dunes and it costs under 30 USD to fill her completely up lol.

the LX570 is a beast. that and the land cruiser are arguably one of the best off roading vehicles made.
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So since i was putting snows on the stock rims, i already started thinking 5 months in advance that i wanted some aftermarket rims slightly bigger. Found these at HRE they look like the stock rims sort of but with a huge lip and come in a 21 or 22. Not sure if 22 would be too big or not.

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