Originally Posted by muskanoosh
if i order my car without m drive or edc what is the "stock" handling setting?
i don't need or want nav, don't need or want comfort access, so what would i be missing by passing on the technology package?
also, any idea on pricing for m double clutch?
A little searching would show you all these topics are easily answered. I'll be patient.
- No mDrive means no second steering assist setting or sport DTC setting (semi-off).
- No iDrive means Enhanced Premium Sound is not available
- Non EDC suspension means you lose the two active damping settings. Stock setting should be between comfort and sport, though there have not been any road tests with this setup yet.
- M-DTC is $2,700 in US
Don't ask any more questions until you read this: http://www.m3post.com/goodiesforyou/the_new_bmw_m3.doc