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post #11 of 15 Old 01-10-2014, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Manual all the way! Automatics aren't for real driving

Do you think this would work? Seat belt positioner

I don't see how altering the bracket will work with the seat belt extender. I might enquire with my dealer although my last dealer just told me to get a booster seat
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Automatics have some benefit, you do get max performance out of it, but of course theres a lack a driver connection to the vehicle with that



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It's all personal preference I guess. I've never driven an automatic before in my life (saying that, I'm only 22) but that's not to say I wouldn't be converted in the future. I hate getting stuck in traffic with a manual!
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Looks awesome.. How is the 420d ?? I am planning on getting the 4 series and want to know how the drive is.
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Looks awesome.. How is the 420d ?? I am planning on getting the 4 series and want to know how the drive is.
It's amazing. The drive is great! Nice for commuting in comfort mode but definitely has that extra grunt when you knock it into sport. In hindsight I'd have gone for the M Sport but I guess that gives me something to upgrade to in the future

Have you test driven one yet? That's probably the best way to get an idea of the drive for yourself!
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