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E46General discussion and technical help for 1999-2004 3 series cars.
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Unless someone swapped out steering wheel, I can't say that I've seen a BMW after early 80's w/o cruise, unless it's a Euro car. (some folks also swap out wheels for sport versions or the cheaper option than fixing an air bag)
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Your Ride: 2007 Acura TSX
Originally Posted by c1apton
He's right, you can get mileage with your foot vs cruise. Cruise doesn't have a concious view of the road, where you can back off in advance or accelerate at a milder pace.
When I'm on a level road, no hills, my cruise control keeps me in the 40mpg range, of course, granted, when a hill approaches, my mpg drop, but it's not as much as if I were to use by foot. It could just be that my driving habits are different than some.
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