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Q Skydiver, 02/26/2022
2020 BMW M8 Competition 2dr Convertible AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
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Been driving M8 Competition Convertible for a couple of years now. Drove M6 for 8 years. I wish they had just put all the performance features of the M8 Comp in the M6 design and call it good. M6 Convertible looks so much nicer the the M8. Reducing the rear seat leg room, TERRIBLE idea, Who the heck came up with that idea? Rear Wind deflector, put the glass back on there. Can't believe you have to manually put the deflector on. Who wants to get out of the car after the top down is done to put the deflector on. Totally takes away the cool factor. Not to mention having the use up trunk space and remember to carry the deflector. I have been driving BMW convertibles for the past 15 years. I know what I am talking about. Did not go with ceramic brakes since the squealed like hell. The regular brakes did not make a sound for the first 10k miles. After first service dealer can't get the brakes to stop from making the embarrassing sound. If it wasn't for the trunk room and 0-60 specs, I would have definitely considered other brands. Technology factor looks too plain for a $180k car. Interior lighting not up to par compared to cheaper models.

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