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Old 14th September 2012, 09:35   #21
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I'll place my bets on this one.
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Seems like every time I see a crappy comment lately it is coming from you. Didn't your Mom teach you the rule about keeping your mouth shut if you have nothing good to say?

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You mean the post about the F10 M5 not having an M5 engine? That's not a crappy post, that's reality my friend...want to be my dark passenger?
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If I did not desperately need a car I would have waited for 2014 - I have a feeling that BMW will be making some changes etc. I am also a firm believer that life is too short and usually you don't know what you have or don't have unless something you are use to. The side bolsters are nice but I never use them on the Cayenne and my 911 comes with comfort seats so X on the wait for that whether they come or don't with my car. The new controller (touch) may or may not make into 2014.. and the LEDs that everyone is referring to might be an easy retrofit. Yes its only 2nd year (2013) but remember this M5 is not all that unique to current cars in production like the E60 was with SMG/V10/etc.
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This M5 is not all that unique to current cars in production like the E60 was with SMG/V10/etc.
Definitely agree. Critical systems seem low risk (fingers crossed).
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I do not think it's an omission. We've had the adjustable seat bolsters from day one over here, and it was certainly more expensive for BMW to have a separate version of the seat for the NA market. There must be a real reason for them to remove this feature for you.
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May make you pause and wait for a 2014:

I know the '06 E60 had it's issues as well. What does not make since is for us it is not a first year it is a second year for world release?
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Definitely agree. Critical systems seem low risk (fingers crossed).
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I would definitely wait, especially since you have three awesome cars already! Just think, MY2014 cars will be available in less than 10 months.

I would want the active side bolster seats; I use them daily on my E60. Plus front passengers always love them.

The new iDrive will probably be really cool too. You can imagine this controller being common on most BMW for the next 4-6 years.

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when will BMW announce LCI updates to F10 5-series and M5? 5-series updates should give us a good idea of what to expect in MY2014 M5...with the exception of M5 specific stuff i.e. active side bolsters etc.
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