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What is cheap to fix on a BMW?
Well you don't even have to pay a nickel for maintenance or repairs for 4 years 50k

I used to hit the racetrack quite a bit and I had brakes replaced at 17k miles for free, I've had batteries replaced for free

Of course I continue to refuse to authorize the oil leak repair on my current ride because it's a tiny leak and a 10 year old bmw is supposed to leak a little oil right? :)

It's not nearly as bad as people make it seem, and if you change cars frequently you may never spend a penny on repairs or maintenance
 

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Honestly with them attached to the cowl like that I figure they would be easier to make powered.
 

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Honestly with them attached to the cowl like that I figure they would be easier to make powered.
It's not that they can't, I think they're more concerned with the interference with the doors/windows when they open.
 

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It's not that they can't, I think they're more concerned with the interference with the doors/windows when they open.
The what’s stoping them from folding forward?
 

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Makes it look like the forum made the mirrors 😄. Come to think of it, the forum and the 6G color is area 51 right?

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First, ya'll complain about wanting the mirrors to fold. Now that they do, now it's a "I wish they were powered" thing? Use your hands man. Lol
Inspector Gadget...are you able to reach across the bronco and fold the passenger mirror in when sitting in the Bronco? I know I can't in my truck. My older wrangler yes.
 

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The problem appears to be whether or not you can open the doors with the mirrors in the folded position. Normally, that’s not a problem as the mirrors are on the door and move with it. I’m sure the reason why there isn’t a power mirror option is that the doors can’t be opened with the mirrors folded.
 

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