by zoolander1 on Aug 16, 2013 Vehicle: 1990 BMW 3 Series 325i 4dr Sedan
I recently bought a 1989 BMW 325i with 138k miles from its original owner. It's in perfect running condition and cosmetically it's near perfect if not immaculate.
I changed the transmission and made it a 5 speed just for preferance but the 4 Speed automatic transmission was flawless.
I get about 23.5 combined mpg with either transmission with mostly hwy driving.
I have put 5500 miles and I trully love this car that I picked up for cheap.
by Hwy1Cruiser on Sep 12, 2005 Vehicle: 1990 BMW 3 Series 325i 4dr Sedan
I purchased this car for $2500, with 180k miles on it so it needed some basic mechanical attention. Mostly tired parts, but nothing wrong with the engine at all. Being that I have access to parts at cost and I do all my own work, it may not be a fair assessment however I LOVE this car! For me the parts are cheap, the work is easy and as long as you take care of the wear items, it will run forever. OK maybe not forever but I recently turned 200,000 miles and I'm proud of it. I look forward to hitting the 250k mark. I will drive this car anywhere without worry. This weekend I am taking it to LA from San Francisco and expect it to be a sweet ride down Hwy 1!
by not available on Aug 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 BMW 3 Series 325i 4dr Sedan
I really have a 1987 BMW, but the site
does not go back that far. I bought it
in late 1987 and I love it so much. I
only have 37,770 miles on it...right
now!!!!!!!!!! In 1999, I had only
13,000 miles on it, but I drove it more
because I wanted more thrills. I love
the engine. It is so great!!! 170
horsepower is a lot for a little hot
car. I can smoke new Civics, Mazda 3's,
and Accords. But, those cars are easy.
They have Japanese. I have PURE GERMAN!
I have not upgraded anything because it
is hot as it is. I like the 4 door
design and never let anyone eat or
drink in it. I still have that leather
smell in the car and it is still very
by ix1990guy on Mar 3, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 BMW 3 Series 325iX 4dr Sedan AWD
This car is great fun to drive,
reliable, and comfortable. Maintenance
is a bit more expensive than my small
Japanese cars have been, but this car
feels more solid and is just a blast to
drive. The real benefit comes in the
heavy rains and snow. When others are
on the side of the road, I keep on
going! Overall, a good value for the
money but not so practical that it's
boring -- it's a blast.
Lesser European 3 series had drums on them into the 1990's. I was utterly shocked when I realized the 1985 Audi 5000 I purchased had drums on the rear - bad assumption on my part - I just assumed sinc...
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