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      05-07-2019, 04:25 PM   #23
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If you can order a new car to replace this, do it. Most of the cars that I had with moonroofs had some kind of issues. Unfixable rattles/squeaks, leaks, drain issues, broken motors, you name it. To add to the downsides, the m240i moonroof and associated components add about 70-80 pounds of weight, take away headroom, and make the car less rigid and structurally sound.
I have not experienced this in decades. Not with Mazda, not with Audi, not with BMW. The weight/headroom issue: fair enough. The quality of a modern moonroof should not cause those other issues.
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I have not experienced this in decades. Not with Mazda, not with Audi, not with BMW. The weight/headroom issue: fair enough. The quality of a modern moonroof should not cause those other issues.
1997 Saab 900 - Sunroof motor
2003 BMW 530i - Sunroof drain issues
2007 BMW 335i - Sunroof drain issues
2009 Pontiac G8 GXP - Sunroof rattle (unfixable)
2016 VW GTI - Sunroof rattle (unfixable)

Consider yourself very lucky that you haven't had issues lately.
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      05-29-2019, 06:02 PM   #25
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Update

Update on the moon roof delete (i.e. not deleted) issue.

Upon discovering the issue, I immediately contacted the head of BMW NA along with the dealer sales manager (he was also the one I dealt with on the deal). They were both great to deal with.

I think they would have been willing to reorder the car, but I would have had to return this car immediately and no loaner could/would be provided. This is my daily driver and my M235i was already sold.

They provided a limited slip differential (LSD), including the installation, as an accommodation. I just picked up the car earlier today.

The LSD was something I was planning to install anyway and had already purchased one. I will now sell that as it is not needed.
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      06-03-2019, 02:46 PM   #26
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Update on the moon roof delete (i.e. not deleted) issue.

Upon discovering the issue, I immediately contacted the head of BMW NA along with the dealer sales manager (he was also the one I dealt with on the deal). They were both great to deal with.

I think they would have been willing to reorder the car, but I would have had to return this car immediately and no loaner could/would be provided. This is my daily driver and my M235i was already sold.

They provided a limited slip differential (LSD), including the installation, as an accommodation. I just picked up the car earlier today.

The LSD was something I was planning to install anyway and had already purchased one. I will now sell that as it is not needed.
Nice, that's a hell of a deal to compensate.
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      06-03-2019, 03:30 PM   #27
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They provided a limited slip differential (LSD), including the installation, as an accommodation. I just picked up the car earlier today.
Good for you, seems like an excellent win-win all things considered. Worthwhile reminding other folks that in situations such as this it's often a lot less expensive for BMW to give you parts and labor versus cash compensation. They're out the wholesale value of the part and whatever they pay a tech hourly to install, pennies on the dollar compared to a straight cash to you. Much easier battle to fight and win.
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This is a concern for me, mainly for track days though as I am tall. I'll need to test out the car with a sunroof and a helmet.
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