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      04-23-2013, 10:21 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by shivaswrath View Post
How is their no resale value?
It enhances your car, it's part of the OEM setup, you can sell it WITH the car at $1000 more than a comparable car. That's the point of these M - parts.
+1 - all that, and you don't have to be concerned with warranty issues, either. This is a value-add update, not a sneak-behind-their-back tack-on. Besides the added power, it also provides a few distinguishing parts like the new engine cover, opened-up intake, and some badging that can stay with the car. Nickel-and-diming on a $50K+ car just doesn't make sense, especially when you consider the added sophistication of the 8AT, dynamically-adjustable suspension and all the other things that set the F30 apart from the E9x generation.
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