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Old 07-18-2014, 02:22 PM
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MudyOvl is on a distinguished road
3rd row plastic trim pieces

Okay, so BMW's design of the 3rd row plastics is pretty lame. "Do not use as a step" warnings on the floor covers is ridiculous since they cover a large portion of the floor area. Where else is a person supposed to step?

Needless to say, they have been destroyed by wee-wun passengers climbing into the 3rd row seats. Also, the trim pieces that surround the 3rd row release latches (the ones in the cargo floor when the seats are stowed) have been broken as well.

I am not rough on my vehicles by any means and am surprised these pieces did not hold up better. Anyone else with a 3rd row have this issue.?

Does anyone have spare tobacco pieces or know where they can be sourced at a reasonable price?

Chris DeJesus
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Old 07-18-2014, 08:53 PM
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Same thing happened to my 2008 3.0 with 13,000 miles
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