by bimmerdriver on Sep 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 BMW 3 Series 325i 2dr Convertible
Been in two accidents and the car saved
Lots of little things that go wrong
cost a ton of money. For example, a
new window switch cost $45 at the
dealership. The wheel cover with the
BMW emblem came off--$75 and you can't
get it at an auto store.
Very fun to drive as long as the RPM's
get up over 3k, and its awesome in the
summer, although to fix the top will
cost $1,500--forget it, I'll run it
Safe, fun, and expensive.
I must say, that in driving BMW 3 series from 1993 and 2002, this one is a bit of a disappointment. It is simply too heavy and not as tossable as my other 325i's. The Bridgestone run-flats certainly d...
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