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      06-19-2013, 01:39 PM   #9
pgviper
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Originally Posted by Transfer View Post
This looks great, but how many frickin BMW non-suvs do we need?

1er
2er, M2
3er sedan, 3GT, 3wagon, M3
4er coupe, 4GC, M4, M4GC?
5er sedan, 5wagon, 5GT, M5
6er coupe, 6GC, M6, M6GC
7er sedan
That's 20 models.

Last gen had 13 models:
1er, 1M
3er sedan, coupe, wagon, M versions
5er sedan, wagon, M5
6er coupe, M6
7er

What did I miss?
You also forgot about all of the convertible models for those that apply along with the x1-x6, i1-i8, z4 and all of their different submodels.

In my opinion, BMW is over saturating themselves with models. Don't know if that is a good or bad thing yet.
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