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Leche

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5 posts

22 months

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Sunday 17th June 2012 quote quote all
Love the csl and am considering buying one now that I have the funds, but I have a bad back, so I am considering a 1m as a softer alternative. Is this the way to go or is the csl not that bad? I will drive both before buying of course but just wanted an indication of ride quality.
Any advice greatly recieved.

Yanto

470 posts

88 months

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Monday 18th June 2012 quote quote all
I've slipped 2 discs, twice in 4 yrs - also 6 4".

CSL my only car. Admittedly not a daily but driven for extended periods across Europe with no probs.

Eastern boy

125 posts

21 months

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Friday 3rd August 2012 quote quote all
1m Coupe seems to be ok on my back at 6 foot 4, make sure you get the lumbar support if you had a bad back!! I've been driving one off and on over the past few weeks and find it very comfortable plus an awesome car to drive!!!

Kananga

369 posts

36 months

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Saturday 4th August 2012 quote quote all
I've had both and the 1M seems the more comfortable for everyday use...

I ended up buying a 1M and then adding the BMW Performance Seats (essentially a recaro sporter-CS with BMW branding).

Still feels slightly mor comfortable than the CSL, and helpful that the backrest is adjustable. Both great cars though.

jaacck

64 posts

20 months

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Saturday 11th August 2012 quote quote all
Can honestly say I wish I had the dilemma of which of these cars to buy. Very jealous
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jaacck

64 posts

20 months

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Saturday 11th August 2012 quote quote all
Can honestly say I wish I had the dilemma of which of these cars to buy. Very jealous

rstoughy

65 posts

88 months

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Sunday 9th September 2012 quote quote all
I have a friend who seriously hurt his back in over in Iraq.
We had a journey south in mine (5hrs each way) and he recons it was better for him than his daily drive.
Says the fixed seat in the CSL held him in a better position.
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