by sheila davis on Feb 1, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 BMW 3 Series
I purchased my BMW 325ic in 1992.I have kept every service record.This car is my baby.It is very fun to drive, has a good-sized back seat.The body was painted last year (cashmere) and I had all new leather put inside.I also installed the ultimate luxury-- cupholders.The body style looks exactly like a vintage Mercedes.Because it is getting up in years, it has needed several new parts: brake linings, exhaust system and now, the air conditioning kit.I am considering a new car so I have not had the air fixed yet.Also, the chocolate top needs to be replaced but bathtub caulk keeps it from leaking. If you have the opportunity to own one of these, take it. People stop and ask me about it.
My 318i is not a rocket but really has much more power than I expected. Daily driver. Handles great, all power, heated seats.Cold A/C. The "pleather" interior holds up much much better than most of the leather 325's I have seen. Mine still looks new. Only problem I have had is a Slave cylinder.
by edl2 on Sep 18, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 BMW 3 Series
Attractive car, fun to drive, 4 cyl
has the power to accelerate and cruise
along at freeway speeds - no problem.
Easy on gas, solid car, fun to drive
and attractive body style. Good value
for the money.
by mkear on May 6, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 BMW 3 Series
This is a classy high performance car
that is a pleasure to drive. Excellent
performance in the winter and the
summer. Makes people jealous (even
though you spent less on it than they
did on their Honda!)
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