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Wow! Do these guys have to justify their sorry existence or what? Did you see the list that one moron made about the lack of interior refinements on the G. Here's the list this genius came up with:
<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">- no telescoping steering wheel
- no self-leveling Xenons (low beams are factory-aimed low to avoid dazzling oncoming cars)
- no fore/aft adjustable headrest
- no lighted steering wheel buttons
- no adjustable thigh support
- seat heaters work slower and more limited coverage than 3-series
- left arm rest is very hard and thinly padded.
- insufficient adjustment for instrument panel lights, too bright or too dim
- instrument panel lights noticeably reflect on windshield<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></blockquote id="quote"></font id="quote">
That must have taken him weeks to compile. I'm so jealous that my steering wheel controls don't light up. My arm is so sore from the thinly padded armerest in my car. Oh no, my ass is frozen! If I only had the quicker heating seats that the BMW has.

What a total wack job. I wonder how much more this list making guru paid for his car than we did for all these unnecessary bells and whistles?

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Right on lead, and even though I wouldn't hook my car up like that, the guy has his own taste and has the right to be different if he wants to. Man, people these days can't mind their own f*cking business! [rage]

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With the exception of the lighted steering wheel buttons (bad idea, I don't want you people looking down at your steering wheels while sharing the road with me, no offense), I actually agree with that list for the most part and noticed all of them as well.

I also noticed that my car is significantly more attractive, performs better and isn't the single most common luxury car on the road.

And I don't get associated with these tools by virtue of owning the same car.

:mumbles:Instead I get associated with you tools:mumbles:

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Of course for the money it blows the BMW away...you pay extra on those cars for the little propeller in the front. hehe[:D]

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I have to agree with Gard here. Motor Trend evaluates new cars on a daily basis and they didn't seem to mind that the seats took an extra 1.2 seconds to warm up. I think that guy has a little too much time on his hands. Somebody give him the phone number to a good escort service in his area.

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I agree that most of that stuff is trivial. However, I sure would like a telescoping wheel. My short arms and long legs don't fit right in most driver seats. I really miss that feature from my old '87 Supra.



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You can always shove the seat forward if your a short person and your okay. Besides, it's a cool feature enough that the dash travels with the steering column. I like my steering wheel low, almost touching my thighs.

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