Originally Posted by sparkyg
Cant wait for "Limp mode" stories from future M3 owners.
I see a disaster coming once summer comes and guys start driving the car hard. BMW needs to do warm weather testing first. Fck if it fails in the heat who cares about cold.
The US is the highest consumers of M3's and prob the most are in Cali. Cold is not an issue here.
I am gonna wait and see and hold onto my E90 M3.
Boy I sure hope that BMW engineers read your post. Otherwise how could they possibly know to even test the car in a climate other than Bavaria?