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This info from Consumer Reports might help your decision:

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Seems to me that the Dunlop WinterSport M2 are the best deal and among the best winter performers. :thumbup:
 

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PowerDrift said:
This info from Consumer Reports might help your decision:

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Seems to me that the Dunlop WinterSport M2 are the best deal and among the best winter performers. :thumbup:
I'm just curious, did Consumer Reports aid in your decision to buy a BMW?
 

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I'm just curious, did Consumer Reports aid in your decision to buy a BMW?
If you're implying that CR is not worth reading then I must point out that they gave the 3 series very high ratings and it had been a "recommended" model for a few years (not sure about this year). If I'm reading too much in between the lines please ignore this post.
 

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Re: Re: For those of you who are planning on getting snows

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I'm just curious, did Consumer Reports aid in your decision to buy a BMW?
Yes it did, as did Motor Trend, Automobile Mag, Kiplinger, Wall Street Journal, my experience with BMW, people's comments from bimmer.org, bimmerfest, and relatives that own BMW's.

Consumer Reports is one of the more unbiased magazines around. Are you trying to imply something here?
 

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Re: Re: For those of you who are planning on getting snows

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I'm just curious, did Consumer Reports aid in your decision to buy a BMW?
It helped me choose between Audi and BMW. Just look at reliability ratings and you'll understand why I went with BMW.
 

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Thanks for the input from all of you on Consumer Reports. I've been skeptical about their reporting accuracy and bias, I'll have to take a closer look.
 
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