Originally Posted by xtose92
I think BMW is losing it. Don't get me wrong, I love their cars. But why all of these major changes year to year? It seems to be more frequent as time goes on. For example, the redesigned dash changes recently announced on the f10 5 series from 2012-2013. The new changes and the 40hp difference for the 2013 650i vs the 2012 model. The 2008 E90 m3 had old idrive and old tail lights. In 2009, new idrive and LCI tailights. I understand they are "improvements" but from a customer standpoint, its annoying and expensive to keep up with. We buy BMW's for luxury and performance and to own a high quality vehicles, not to have an "obsolete" model after 8 months. Am I the only one annoyed by this?
It keeps you always wanting the latest/greatest. Trust me, when I found out my 2006 550 with all the upgrades was only going to be an 8 month run before the NEW 2007 came out, I was not happy. But it made me WANT the newer car.
gehmjc21 - I know - that sucks. You still have an incredible car and will have an incredible trip.
2014 650xi GC, Imola Red/Black. MsportEd, CWP, B&O, 20" wheels
2011 1M, Black loaded sans sat radio
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