all is well
I did just remember one complaint - the navigation arrival time calculation appears to be entirely unsuited for Norway.
Say you're in a remote mountainous region, low traffic, speed limits of 80 (~70%), 70 (~10%), 60 (~10%), less (~10%), some roads geographically limited to less... how on earth do you arrive at a projected average speed of ~79km/h
Once back in .dk and .de the projection was accurate again.
There was another thing lacking in BMW's Norwegian map data: Usually the eco mode tells you about upcoming roundabouts, speed limit drops, and other reasons to slow down at the exact time you need to lift off to freewheel down in time... except it doesn't in Norway
First service done at 33000km, first tiny niggle: A week prior the passenger side A-pillar developed a small rattle if roof down and both windows fully ok, they fiddled with the window alignment, will observe if that fixed it. Service rep claims it was only off by a minute amount
This for example: https://maps.app.goo.gl/KnrfEVdsdYdfvuzXAClearly your driving style is not Italian enough.
Nah, three weeks of twisties mean you don't take them all at insane pace.^ Nevertheless, he is doing twisties since two weeks, he will drive rings around us in the Black Forest.
No *I* didn'tYou paid for the whole tire