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      08-21-2019, 11:49 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post
very few people care about driving dynamic, speaking to all my friends, no one really complain about their cars, (or not in any meaningful ways, and definitely not about driving dynamic) regardless the brand, modern car has gotten really "good", even the cheap ones.
"your friends" don't necessarily represent a meaningful data sample . I had 5 friends at my house last night who were former BMW owners-- none of whom plan to buy a new one, because of how they drive now. I don't think that is representative, either. But, inherently anyone you know that owns a modern BMW does not prioritize how cars drive, so I'm not surprised.

BMW expanded for decades on the previous strategy. ~10 years into the new one, at least some of which was assisted by the reputation they built over the preceding 50 years, and the foundation is starting to crumble.
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