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The BMW 2 Series experience to drive

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I'm glad to be here. The BMW 2 Series is very new to me. I spent far too long making constant adjustments to the BMW 2 Series. I hope we can build ourselves stronger together by sharing each other’s knowledge. This car would be great ... except for its loose rear end. On a car with more than 320 bhp, it is disconcerting for the rear to feel so uncontrolled. The lack of a limited slip differential is evident. They have remedied this in the M2, but the M235i has put me off. What about your experience with the BMW 2 Series.
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There is lots of experience to tell. Understanding your vehicle requires more than just the engine. There is a deeper meaning to those seemingly random numbers printed on the dash of your BMW or on the door jamb on the driver's side. It is usually necessary to know the last 17 digits of the chassis number in order to identify your BMW. Are you interested in seeing a complete list of options for your vehicle? Also, the chassis number can be found under the bonnet of the vehicle, stamped / printed near the suspension mounting. All chassis numbers (bonnet, windscreen and V5C) should be identical.
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