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      10-21-2020, 11:58 PM   #1
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Searching for used X2's with ACC Vin Decode problem

Been searching for used X2's with Adaptive cruise control. I've been trying to use http://bimmer.work/ to decode the VIN's to see what options they have. I cannot find a single one that has "5AT ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant" order code on it. Does Bimmer.work not bring it up correctly?

Can one of you with ACC please plug your vin in to see if it's working correctly?

Thanks.
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      10-22-2020, 01:20 PM   #2
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Never mind, I finally found some. Guess it's a pretty rare option. I'd figure all the M35's would have them, but I guess they'd rather option heated steering wheels.
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      10-22-2020, 01:48 PM   #3
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Yes... when given the option I LOOVE heated steering wheels.. plus the ACC didn't work well. I know someone from this forum whom I think might have sold his car now.. but he had the ACC and it did nothing but give him headaches unless it was a perfect day to use it.. BMW is really falling behind on the tech.. Honda's and Subaru's all have working better options than the BMW's now a days.
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Yes... when given the option I LOOVE heated steering wheels.. plus the ACC didn't work well. I know someone from this forum whom I think might have sold his car now.. but he had the ACC and it did nothing but give him headaches unless it was a perfect day to use it.. BMW is really falling behind on the tech.. Honda's and Subaru's all have working better options than the BMW's now a days.
I get it. I had an i3 before and the optics used in the ACC just aren't as good as radar based versions. I'm assuming the X2 still uses cameras for its ACC? But that i3 would just stop from shadows cast by overpasses. Could lead to some really hair raising experiences. But when conditions are good, it sure is nice to have in heavy traffic.
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      10-22-2020, 01:54 PM   #5
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I live in New England, and for me, yep, heated steering wheel was why I didn't order ACC
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      10-22-2020, 03:01 PM   #6
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it was a no brainer for me, upstate New York love it and the heated seats, ACC was not something I really wanted, wife's CRV has it and it lulls you into complacency, now if you want to talk dynamic damper control, I have it its nice but my butt dyno doesn't really tell me a huge difference
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