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      08-23-2010, 07:34 AM   #1
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Question Best BMW 128i/135i ('08-'10) Winter Car Cover?

Hi all,

First off, I'm new to the forum and the search button gave me a php Fatal Error, not enough memory allocated (in other news, it's usually good to catch those exceptions for security reasons). In any event, I apologize if this question has been asked and answered but since I couldn't find it..

What's the the best cold weather (like Chicago-cold) car cover for a 2010 BMW 128i? (Preferably $250 or less) Where do you generally go for such things?

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BMW's NOAH cover is good. It can handle all-weather conditions.
It breathes the moisture out too.

I have one for my E30 and Will be getting one for my new 128i convertible in 2 weeks.

The NOAH cover can last you 2-3 years of being outside 24/7.
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Bringing this post back to see if anyone has more advice. I see BMW sells a cover that is around $220 and Covercraft makes one, "Noah" owned by Kimberly-Clark. Are they the same?

http://www.amazon.com/Covercraft-Cus.../dp/B003UDWSHW

http://accessories.bmwusa.com/ItemVi...productId=1026
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