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      12-28-2012, 12:12 AM   #1
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why do some 135i sport packages have M??

why does some 135i sport packages have the M on the steering wheel and foot stand by the door and some don't??!!! i just got mine and it didn't! i have an 08 is that the reason?
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It's because m package is a separate package
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      12-28-2012, 12:32 AM   #3
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It's because m package is a separate package
so you can have the sport package and you can have the M package whats the difference?? i thought if you got the 135i sports package that was equipped with all the M logo's because i have it on my steering wheel
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It's because m package is a separate package
so you can have the sport package and you can have the M package whats the difference?? i thought if you got the 135i sports package that was equipped with all the M logo's because i have it on my steering wheel
Sport Package you get the sport seats with sport wheels. M package you get the logos, thicker wheel, M package front and rear bumpers, M package side skirts, and different M package wheels.
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      12-28-2012, 01:37 AM   #5
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It's because m package is a separate package
so you can have the sport package and you can have the M package whats the difference?? i thought if you got the 135i sports package that was equipped with all the M logo's because i have it on my steering wheel
Sport Package you get the sport seats with sport wheels. M package you get the logos, thicker wheel, M package front and rear bumpers, M package side skirts, and different M package wheels.
Oh ok thanks bro! How much would it be for the M logo door trims?? I really like those!😋
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      12-28-2012, 01:43 AM   #6
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There was no "M sport" package in 2008... it was just called a "sport" package. The difference is minor, but one of the differences is the "M" logo on the door sills. I've seen the M sills for about $130-140 on eBay.
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      12-28-2012, 01:44 AM   #7
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There was no "M sport" package in 2008... it was just called a "sport" package. The difference is minor, but one of the differences is the "M" logo on the door sills. I've seen the M sills for about $130-140 on eBay.
Ok thanks bro
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      12-28-2012, 01:52 AM   #8
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Ya you aren't missing much. The door seals and maybe some suspension an the steering wheel is the only diff between the original sport and msport package. Just another way for them to jack up the price lol. Sense you have a 135 the bumpers and side skirts don't change with m sport like in a 3 series. Only if you had a 128 them you would get 135 front and rear bumpers which are more aggressive.
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      12-28-2012, 03:29 AM   #9
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In the USA - the M-Sport option was not offered until 2009 model year. In the rest of the world, it was offered in 2008.

On the 135 coupe, the sport option included the sport seats, the sport steering wheel and shadowline trim.

The M-Sport option added M-Door sills. M logo on the shift knob and steering wheel and an M dead pedal, along with the 261-M rims and anthracite headliner.
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      12-28-2012, 05:51 AM   #10
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^^+1 to what Lester has said.

Here is an old post of mine explaining option #840 "increased speed limiter".
AND the two M sport options...




BMW M-sport option code 840 increased top speed limiter (speed synchronisation)


http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...=top+speed+840


When ordering a new 2010 135i there are TWO sport options. (I think this was also the way it was for all model years: '08-'11's)

ZMP option code: $1,300 (Miltary Sales price) (can not be ordered with ZSP!) which includes

2MR 18" double spoke wheels #261M
337 M-sport pack, door strips in M, shifter & hand brake all M
481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
775 Anthracite headliner (black)
840 Increased top speed limiter

the "other" sport option is this one: ZSP

ZSP Sport option $1,100 (mil price)


481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
840 Increased top speed limiter

So... for a measly $200 you get the nice Anthracite headliner, M-double spoke wheels (same size as standard car though), M door sills and shifter/brake. I went with the ZMP on my car. I order my car thru Military Sales program. I think the US options were a $200 each more. ? I think the ZMP option is more rare from what I have seen over here. I had to special order my car the way I wanted it.

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Top speed limit (elec.) on the 135i
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...=206553&page=3
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      12-28-2012, 08:01 AM   #11
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Oh ok thanks bro! How much would it be for the M logo door trims?? I really like those!😋
I think they are not that much money - check with a dealer or search for the part #s and look them up...about $50 from what I recall, maybe less.
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      12-28-2012, 08:10 AM   #12
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Ya you aren't missing much. The door seals and maybe some suspension an the steering wheel is the only diff between the original sport and msport package. Just another way for them to jack up the price lol. Sense you have a 135 the bumpers and side skirts don't change with m sport like in a 3 series. Only if you had a 128 them you would get 135 front and rear bumpers which are more aggressive.
I think the suspension and steering wheel is the same bro, the only difference is the door trim and color by sunroof.. Other than that it would be the same. Cause I have an automatic .. So the gear shifter is plan anyway..
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      12-28-2012, 08:10 AM   #13
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^^+1 to what Lester has said.

Here is an old post of mine explaining option #840 "increased speed limiter".
AND the two M sport options...




BMW M-sport option code 840 increased top speed limiter (speed synchronisation)…


http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...=top+speed+840


When ordering a new 2010 135i there are TWO sport options. (I think this was also the way it was for all model years: '08-'11's)

ZMP option code: $1,300 (Miltary Sales price) (can not be ordered with ZSP!) which includes

2MR 18" double spoke wheels #261M
337 M-sport pack, door strips in M, shifter & hand brake all M
481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
775 Anthracite headliner (black)
840 Increased top speed limiter

the "other" sport option is this one: ZSP

ZSP Sport option $1,100 (mil price)


481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
840 Increased top speed limiter

So... for a measly $200 you get the nice Anthracite headliner, M-double spoke wheels (same size as standard car though), M door sills and shifter/brake. I went with the ZMP on my car. I order my car thru Military Sales program. I think the US options were a $200 each more. ? I think the ZMP option is more rare from what I have seen over here. I had to special order my car the way I wanted it.

Good Luck,
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Top speed limit (elec.) on the 135i
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...=206553&page=3
I actually prefer the 264 wheels and the matching headliner. May consider getting the M pedals and door sills, but also don't want to be an "M wannabe". Also, from my understanding the suspension on both are the same.
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      12-28-2012, 08:12 AM   #14
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In the USA - the M-Sport option was not offered until 2009 model year. In the rest of the world, it was offered in 2008.

On the 135 coupe, the sport option included the sport seats, the sport steering wheel and shadowline trim.

The M-Sport option added M-Door sills. M logo on the shift knob and steering wheel and an M dead pedal, along with the 261-M rims and anthracite headliner.
So your telling me all I have is the sports package right ?? So everything is the same besides a few M logo's?? Cause I read the suspension and the seats was the same and even the steering wheel
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^^+1 to what Lester has said.

Here is an old post of mine explaining option #840 "increased speed limiter".
AND the two M sport options...




BMW M-sport option code 840 increased top speed limiter (speed synchronisation)…


http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...=top+speed+840


When ordering a new 2010 135i there are TWO sport options. (I think this was also the way it was for all model years: '08-'11's)

ZMP option code: $1,300 (Miltary Sales price) (can not be ordered with ZSP!) which includes

2MR 18" double spoke wheels #261M
337 M-sport pack, door strips in M, shifter & hand brake all M
481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
775 Anthracite headliner (black)
840 Increased top speed limiter

the "other" sport option is this one: ZSP

ZSP Sport option $1,100 (mil price)


481 Sport seats
710 M-sport steering wheel
760 Shadowline trim
840 Increased top speed limiter

So... for a measly $200 you get the nice Anthracite headliner, M-double spoke wheels (same size as standard car though), M door sills and shifter/brake. I went with the ZMP on my car. I order my car thru Military Sales program. I think the US options were a $200 each more. ? I think the ZMP option is more rare from what I have seen over here. I had to special order my car the way I wanted it.

Good Luck,
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Top speed limit (elec.) on the 135i
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...553&page=3
I actually prefer the 264 wheels and the matching headliner. May consider getting the M pedals and door sills, but also don't want to be an "M wannabe". Also, from my understanding the suspension on both are the same.
+1 thanks man .. So all I'm really missing is door trims really.. They sure are nice though , I think it adds to the car
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I have the M Sports Package on my new 2012 128i automatic. It has the thick steering wheel, paddle shifters, bolstered fenders, 18 inch wheels, gray colored valance in the back and the M logos on the steering wheel, door sills and wheels. It looks and handles so awesome, I would not buy another 1 series without it. I have not even seen another 128i with the M package on the dealer lots or in the area since I bought it. The car gets more looks and compliments than any car I have ever owned.
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Sport Package you get the sport seats with sport wheels. M package you get the logos, thicker wheel, M package front and rear bumpers, M package side skirts, and different M package wheels.
That's not exactly correct. On a 2008 135, the sport package included the shadow line trim, increased speed limiter, sport seats, the thicker sport steering wheel w/ M logo, and a shift knob w/ M logo assuming you have a 6MT. The wheels were the same 5 spoke wheels that are on the non-sport package 135.
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+1 thanks man .. So all I'm really missing is door trims really.. They sure are nice though , I think it adds to the car
The M sport package added the following on top of the sport package that you have on your '08 135:

261M style wheels
M door sills
Dead pedal with M logo
Anthracite headliner


It still annoys me that the M sport package wasn't available on '08 models because I really would like to have the anthracite headliner.
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I searched out a car with the MSport package for the anthracite headliner alone. I couldnt stand the beige A/B/C pillars while having a black leather interior. It looked so pieced-together.
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In the USA - the M-Sport option was not offered until 2009 model year. In the rest of the world, it was offered in 2008.

On the 135 coupe, the sport option included the sport seats, the sport steering wheel and shadowline trim.

The M-Sport option added M-Door sills. M logo on the shift knob and steering wheel and an M dead pedal, along with the 261-M rims and anthracite headliner.
I have heated seats, M steering wheel, M shifter and mine is a 2008
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Oh ok thanks bro! How much would it be for the M logo door trims?? I really like those!😋
i have those available for $53 each plus shipping.
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