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    BMW 330xi
    Touareg Hybrid
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    Boxster 986
  1. Did you end up doing this? I am wondering about the result, I could be interested in doing the same thing, mostly for handling. If I had air suspension I'd spend 99% of the time in the lowest height
  2. That is a NICELY maintained MY 1999 Wish everyone took care of their cars like that!
  3. Preeble Are you sure there isn't an engine or tranny issue with your car? If you still have the CS hybrid you might consider getting it looked at. Professional reviews have claimed 27 mpg or higher in stop and go traffic, and others have gotten higher with modest hypermiling techniques. I've driven the hybrid and it's acceleration was smooth and CVT like, just a bit grabby on the regenerative braking was the only downside. FWIW I drove more than one and some were smoother than others on acceleration, I thought a software update had bee released to alleviate this.
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