I do hope you are right, as the GT86 is a fantastic car.
Part of the reason was the dealer experience, but mainly I feel that the ECU parameter widening is a compromise and there will continue to be issues for quite a while. I may be wrong, but I'm not willing to bet my own money on it even though such a small percentage of vehicles are affected.
I must admit, my initial experience when buying the car was good, then i felt neglected once they got the order. But in the end they pushed mine through to be the first one to have the new ECU flash, and fixed a few other bits on the car.
So all in all, i am happy with my experience despite its ups and downs.
BMW's are great cars, i've just never liked that horrid grill on the front.
If you look closely at the picture,
you willsee a blue M&M with sunglasses smiling at you. Edited by: rob275