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Was your previous bike a BMW ?

  • Yes

    Votes: 23 33.3%
  • No, it's my first BMW

    Votes: 21 30.4%
  • No but I had some BMWs in the past

    Votes: 2 2.9%
  • No, but it's a *****-magnet like the italian bikes

    Votes: 3 4.3%
  • Age 18-30

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Age 30-40

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • Age 40-50

    Votes: 7 10.1%
  • Age 50-60

    Votes: 7 10.1%
  • Age +60

    Votes: 5 7.2%

BMW owner or not ?

9998 Views 42 Replies 22 Participants Last post by  gerry
Nine-T owners, i'd like to know if your previous bike was a BMW ?
I have the impression BMW is draining new clients with this Nine-T.

The second question i'm asking myself is if those new clients are younger as the usual BMW owner ?

edit: multiple answer is not working. Is there a moderator she can help me ?
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peg placement will fit as well.... 100 pro
Should mention that I work for the other German premium car brand, so looking forward to pulling up on my new bike.
Merc, Audi, Porsche ??? Not to speak of Maybach, Bugatti or Rolls Royce :D
Yes, if you can say Chuchichäschtli you can go to the immigration office :D
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I can. It's the china closet for me...
I doubt that you can pronounce it really Swiss... :D..
It's simple a kitchen closet...
Dave, believe me, I know what I'm talking about.
I'm German, working in Switzerland for 26 years and living here since a while and a half.
My home dialect is close to the Basle region dialect, but every Swiss would realize after one sentence that I'm not native Swiss.
You can perhaps learn a language having little or no accent but you can't learn a language that totally consists of dialect expressions and pronounciations. You have to grow up with this.
aha, Swiss, Austrian or German in disguise....:rolleyes::D
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