The compressor in the trunk eliminates a lot of trunk space and also prevents one using the fold down features of the back seat to accommodate larger items. Also, with all of the lines they had to disconnect and the modifications they had to make I would suspect there was a good chance that they screwed up some of the many sensors that are built into the car.
Ummmmmm.... No. It's not a 65 Chevy Impala. Some vehicles look ok dropped. 300 comes to mind. The extreme drop here distorts the cars lines. Wheel to wheelhouse looks horrible. A lot of the work that's been done to a few of the TLXs in this forum look great. It's about subtly. This car just doesn't look good on the ground. Sorry.... my two cents.
I'm on Air Lift performance air struts, no cutting, full bolt on.. Air quality better than my stock and my coilovers and still have my warranty. I drive with it at stock height but can't beat the stance.
nice car, but i have yet to ride in a car that preforms better on bags than coilovers unless you're rocking some serious track ready or WRC type bags; and even then a properly dialed in set of ohlin or motons would give bags a run for their money. btw your suspension warranty is voided, ball joints, tie rod ends, bushings, sway bar links etc.
This reviewer really likes the PAWS on the 2.4. Check out how he pushes it at the 6.5 minute mark. He loves it. That's something the 320i obviously doesn't have: