While the recently revealed 2004 5 Series makes use of the &quot;flame surfacing&quot; idea favored by BMW's current head of... Read More
While the recently revealed 2004 5 Series makes use of the &quot;flame surfacing&quot; idea favored by BMW's current head of design, the next 3 Series looks more like a smaller version of the previous 5 Series. Engine choices probably won't change all that much although the high-performance Motorsport coupe (likely renamed 4 Series) is expected to get V8 power. BMW's iDrive control system is a probable addition along with plenty of other new comfort and convenience features necessary to keep the best-selling sedan at the top of the sales charts. Minimize
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11 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Dec 4, 2004
My 3rd Beemer--Still a Fantastic CAR--Almost perfect
Pros: Fun Factor is a 10--great handling and also classy.
Cons: AVOID THE NAV--IT IS HORRIBLE! Tilt on steering wheel should come down lower.
BMW 3 series continues to lead the pack with the best combo of sport and class on the road Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 3, 2006
Ultimately Driving this Machine...
Pros: handling around curves/corners, design, more spacious, smoothness of I6 engine
Cons: cupholders, storage space, expensive options
If you can afford it, after you try everything else, you will ultimately be driving this machine. It's that good. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 22, 2005
The 330i is your own personal rollercoaster
Pros: If you love to drive, there is still nothing like the ultimate driving machine.
Cons: Pricey, lacks power of competitors, the Germans still can't get the cupholders right.
If you absolutely, positively demand the best driving experience in a sports sedan which does not have an "M" on the back, accept no substitutes. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 3, 2005
Best 3-series and best small car yet again
Pros: nice styling, athletic handling, affordable luxury
Cons: iDrive, options are pricey, you'll pay sticker the first model year
Wow, this is an amazing deal for this level of performance--assuming you can keep your options list in check. This $30k performer can become a $40k shocker pretty quickly. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 13, 2006
Even better then my last bimmer!
Pros: Engine, gas mileage, looks, wheels, ride, handling, ipod
Cons: cup holders, run flats, no spare
The 3 series is the best blend of sport and luxury on the market today. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2005
325i - My first 3-Series Experience
Pros: Great handling, good styling.
Cons: Last year of current body style, quality(?).
Ever since I drove this car, I've wanted one. It's a great package! Read More at Epinions.com
May 24, 2005
My New 05 BMW 325ci
Pros: Acceleration(with manual), handling, style, interior is beautiful... o wait, the whole car is a Pro
Cons: ignorance from 330 auto owners
Unbelievable car. Really the ultimate driving machine. But please buy the car for its aspects and not the logo. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 30, 2005
Best from the best
Pros: Performance, mileage, design
It's worth it. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 11, 2006
Ultimate Driving Experience
Pros: Ride quality, handling, overall quality, looks, re-sale value
Cons: Price, you really need to research all the available options before you order.
If money is of consideration, opt for 325i. It is a great car. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 8, 2012
Smooth Driving Experience
Pros: Comfortable Leather Seats
Nice Alloy wheels
Electric Mirrors and seats
Rear Parking sensors
Cons: High Fuel Consumption
I recommend this car to those that are looking for a high performance car with low initial cost but it can be expensive to run. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 26, 2005
LOVE this Car
Pros: Comfort, power, drive, smooth transmission -EVERYTHING
Cons: Dealers can't keep them on the lot and you have to wait to get one.
Buy this car, you will thank yourself every day. It makes the daily drive feel relaxing & refreshing. Read More at Epinions.com