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      08-31-2012, 12:34 PM   #20
Budge
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Drives: '09 M3 Sedan DCT
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Personally, I thing BMW made white popular all by themselves. They did that by not offering a single VIBRANT color. I'm not meaning to discount the beauty of black, grey, or silver. But those of us who prefer a more colorful car are left with Melbourne Red (which is more maroon than red IMO) and Le Mans Blue (which is still very dark). To me (meaning no offense), they are very muted and conservative. What's worse is that these colors are mostly the same for all BMW models, including the sportier M cars. White is the brightest "color" that BMW offers us without going the Individual route. So even though I prefer red sports cars, my M3 is AW.
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