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1993 BMW 3 Series - Consumer Discussions

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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...

I have had 2 BMW 3 series since 1993 and the driving experience has been incomparable. Only one problem in 12 years-right front passenger airbag opened for no reason in 2002....

BMW made a serious error with this vehicle. Its two versions are too close in bulk and price to the two 3 Series Coupes. The interior is also much like the 3 Series vehicles....

I have driven BMW's exclusively since 1993: two 3 Series and a 545i....

Or, should I just forget all this, give the 545i back and move on to the next lease which more than likely would be a 3 Series? The run-flats, however, would be a huge turnoff for me on the 3 Series....

fun to drive. We feel we have evolved like the 3 series. We are watching and waiting until we can drive and actually see the new 2006 330i. If it turns out to be what we think it will be, we will be...

I did a quick check on ebay of completed sale 1993 3 series BMWs and could not find one that sold for your claimed "more than $8,000" and ebay prices are considered high. Examples: 325is $3...

I know you meant JUST the engine…the 1993, 270hp and 210 lb-ft (at high rpm) of torque does not compare very well to today’s modern engine. The turbo BMW 3 series of 300hp and 295 l...

Hmmm, sounds like fun. ;-)...

I understand. I was thinking of something in the same price range as your Prelude, as well as something in the near future (instead of holding onto your Prelude). The Prelude SH provides a great spo?...

Thanks to all for the seat info. All I know is that I used to have a 1993 325i and the leg room was more generous than on the 2002 3 series. The seat was more comfortable too....
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