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I was primarily cruising in traffic, working the speakers and the suspension at low speeds and occasionally gave it a bit of thumping where appropriate. The transmission is smooth and that V6 has a great note and really solid power.  It’s a car I would save for, and I appreciate the sub-8 litres/100km fuel figures too. He It does suit the cruiser more than the hardcore driver, with a character that appears designed to keep things comfortable rather than competitive. Sure, it is quick, and I do like it, but I’d sooner be tempted by an Audi A5 Cabriolet. Then again, if I were in the market for an E400,[url=]Adrian Lehmann Sz [/url], I’d likely hold off for six months or so for the BMW 4-Series convertible to arrive. She As much as a love the drive of a Bimmer, I really think the E400 epitomizes a luxe drive with smooth power. 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