130i new specifications, model choice for buying

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Re: 130i new specifications, model choice for buying

Postby CrystalKen » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:27 pm

That brochure is a great find :band:

I have every extra apart from cruise control...must have cost a packet brand new.

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Re: 130i new specifications, model choice for buying

Postby roundasapound » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:51 pm

CrystalKen wrote:That brochure is a great find :band:

I have every extra apart from cruise control...must have cost a packet brand new.


You know you can buy the CC part and have it fitted all for under £200? (Part is £75-100) from eBay.
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Re: 130i new specifications, model choice for buying

Postby CrystalKen » Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:19 pm

Good shout, thanks but I had it on my 3 series and hardly used it. Not sure a 130i is a cruise control kind of car anyway.

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Re: 130i new specifications, model choice for buying

Postby roundasapound » Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:40 pm

CrystalKen wrote:Good shout, thanks but I had it on my 3 series and hardly used it. Not sure a 130i is a cruise control kind of car anyway.


I use mine for motorway runs and average speed zones. Works a treat.
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