This summer I ordered my 328 exactly they way I wanted it and waited for two months for it to arrive.
My steering wheel had a vibration between 40mph and 60mph and at first thought the tires were breaking in.
Sent to the dealer after a few weeks and the loaner they gave me had the same problem but WORSE!!!
I've since discovered that BMW was made aware of a "potential" steering wheel vibration between the speeds of 40mph to 60mph in February 2012.
Sold me my 328 without testing it and traded my 328 convertible, which I would have kept if I'd known the new sedan had this problem.
I'm in the process of returning the vehicle.
Trying to work out a deal to buy a 5 series now.
The new upgraded interior - all the options you can order.
I've discovered on a BMW blog that there are a lot of other people around the country experiencing the steering wheel vibration.
TEST the car that you're about the buy at those speeds.
They have no fix at this time.
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