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Well... if I made a bit more money. I could definitely see myself getting one used in 5 or so years (currently a student with a side job). This would be the perfect spec for me. And you? View attachment 806
I've been going back and forth which which one to order to be honest. My heart wants a M50 but my brain is saying to check out the lower trims first. I'm going to need to see it in person before really finalizing my decision.
 

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I've been going back and forth which which one to order to be honest. My heart wants a M50 but my brain is saying to check out the lower trims first. I'm going to need to see it in person before really finalizing my decision.
Definitely a smart decision. I don't know what the value difference between the eDrive40 and the M50 is in your country, but in Norway it's 5K USD MAX and only 1K at the supercharged versions. the M50 is no doubt the better choice in Norway.
 

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I've been going back and forth which which one to order to be honest. My heart wants a M50 but my brain is saying to check out the lower trims first. I'm going to need to see it in person before really finalizing my decision.
I am in the same boat.

Does anyone know what the order flexibility is? Until trim level standard features and options are provided the real price between the two models may be closer than $10k suggests.

Also, do people think that the options for the i4 are going to be similar to the 3/4-series? Would like to have heated seats and steering wheel which looks like you can get as stand-alone upgrades. I prefer this method over buying a $4k package that comes with options I really don’t want or need.

Would also like to know when the i4 35 will be coming out and what its price will be. If I have to wait until later part of 2022 I am fine with that.
 

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Now that the M50 have Adaptive suspension and rear air suspension.

Will it be possible to lower the car? As the ride height looks to be quite high.
I'm pretty sure that the rear air suspension is purely for height leveling during high load scenarios, I remember my dads old E61 525d had rear air suspension simply for height leveling when loading it up with luggage :)
 
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