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SilverBullet 04-27-2007 09:32 PM

335i hardtop
 
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Hey guys. I saw this while I was out and thought Id take a few pics.

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vinuneuro 04-27-2007 09:44 PM

Looks awkward with all those lines/cracks. My .02..

canamx5 04-28-2007 12:56 AM

I wanted one until I saw there was no trunk space with the roof down (and I mean NO SPACE) so I ordered an M Roadster instead. Surprisingly, I can fit my golf bag and a suitcase in the roadster and not in the new 3 vert. IMHO, the new 3 vert is a bad design on BMW'S part, it just doesn't make any sense. They should have kept the soft top as an option.

Wagner 04-28-2007 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by vinuneuro
Looks awkward with all those lines/cracks. My .02..


:iagree:

Anyone know why BMW decided on a hardtop convertible instead of a soft top?

blondboinsd 04-28-2007 01:34 PM

I see them all over in So Cal, the roof crease looks wierd to me

kirkX5m 04-28-2007 05:30 PM

yah agreed!!! plus the shark fin on the trunk looks REALLY odd to me!!!!

X5Jay 04-28-2007 05:36 PM

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Originally Posted by kirkX5m
yah agreed!!! plus the shark fin on the trunk looks REALLY odd to me!!!!

What shark fin on the trunk? I don't see it...

LeMansX5 04-28-2007 06:39 PM

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Originally Posted by X5Jay
What shark fin on the trunk? I don't see it...

Not all have it. I guess it comes with Nav.

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Originally Posted by WagnerX5
Anyone know why BMW decided on a hardtop convertible instead of a soft top?

Demand from consumers showed that they wanted hardtop. BMW made a light weight hardtop as compared to competition so as not to compromise performance.

I don't think the creases look that bad. You can't have no creases+hardtop+BMW performance and handling+room in trunk. Compromises: rather have creases for lightweight hardtop and not compromise handling.

Have you driven one with hardtop?


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Wagner 04-28-2007 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by LeMansX5
Not all have it. I guess it comes with Nav.



Demand from consumers showed that they wanted hardtop. BMW made a light weight hardtop as compared to competition so as not to compromise performance.

I don't think the creases look that bad. You can't have no creases+hardtop+BMW performance and handling+room in trunk. Compromises: rather have creases for lightweight hardtop and not compromise handling.

Have you driven one with hardtop?

Yes I have, drove one at the Ultimate Drive. Inside looked okay, outside the difference in appearance was obvious.

Meiac09 04-28-2007 08:29 PM

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Originally Posted by kirkX5m
yah agreed!!! plus the shark fin on the trunk looks REALLY odd to me!!!!

+2

Its the fad right now i suppose. :rolleyes:
I can't fathom a car with a solid roof, but i prefer a big moonroof...


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