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      09-26-2017, 02:57 PM   #79
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Originally Posted by Red Bread View Post
Probably worth pointing out that a fwd based ?awd? BMW is 100/0 until slip and a rwd based ?awd? BMW is 40/60 until slip.

In other words, an awd X1 is not nearly the same thing as an awd X3.
Had a chance to drive the X1 xDrive as a loaner car and noticed the front tires pressure was higher than the rear ones (thru iDrive screen), meaning it is almost always FWD.