2007 535d m sport

Asked by Jan 18, 2015 at 09:57 AM about the 2007 BMW 5 Series

Question type: General

Why do some models have the sport button beside the gear stick and others don't? And
I've heard that you just push gear stick to the left to engage sport mode but that there is
two sport modes, so on models that have button can you engage one sport mode via
button and second sport mode by pushing gear leaver to the left, is this correct? And how
do you engage two sport modes on models without?

1 Answer

That's Adaptive Drive Button. It is suspension button, which makes car stiffer. If You dont have that button - You have regular suspension, which is better on a long run, it costs less to fix.

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