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      09-18-2013, 10:23 AM   #1
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LCI M5 & multifunction seats

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Have a 530d & after nearly 2weeks in a pre-LCI M5 whilst an adaptive LED issue was sorted on my car I am nearing ordering an M5. The M5 I tried had the upgraded multifunction seats which were great. Anyone any experience with the LCI multifunction seats - are they the same?

Don't want to have the same issue as with my 530d where the comfort seats have changed for the worse with LCI being introduced?

Thanks,
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seats got better from the LCI (at least in the states) because they added the adjustable side bolsters.. .otherwise the seats in the LCI are identical to the pre-LCI
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seats got better from the LCI (at least in the states) because they added the adjustable side bolsters.. .otherwise the seats in the LCI are identical to the pre-LCI
Thanks, that is reassuring

I presume that ventilation doesn't affect the height of the seat?

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Hi Guys,

Have a 530d & after nearly 2weeks in a pre-LCI M5 whilst an adaptive LED issue was sorted on my car I am nearing ordering an M5. The M5 I tried had the upgraded multifunction seats which were great. Anyone any experience with the LCI multifunction seats - are they the same?

Don't want to have the same issue as with my 530d where the comfort seats have changed for the worse with LCI being introduced?

Thanks,
Hi. You're another 530D owner getting an M5 loaner.

How do you manage that? If I took my 530D in to BMW and found they'd loaned me Fred Flintstone's car it wouldn't surprise me.

I need to know your secret.....
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Hi Guys,

Have a 530d & after nearly 2weeks in a pre-LCI M5 whilst an adaptive LED issue was sorted on my car I am nearing ordering an M5. The M5 I tried had the upgraded multifunction seats which were great. Anyone any experience with the LCI multifunction seats - are they the same?

Don't want to have the same issue as with my 530d where the comfort seats have changed for the worse with LCI being introduced?

Thanks,
LCI seats (Multi function) have side bolster adjustment, even the Sports seats in the UK have them.
The multi's are great though.
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