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1994 BMW 3 Series Consumer Discussions

1994 BMW 3 Series
it is an automatic, it is a bit heavier than a 3 series which may reduce acceleration, grip, and cornering. Also, I don't know how good a mini-v8 performs it Motorsporting....

it is an automatic, it is a bit heavier than a 3 series which may reduce acceleration, grip, and cornering. Also, I don't know how good a mini-v8 performs it Motorsporting....

indiana97... If you like introduction and production data, check out Jeremy Walton's book, BMW 3 Series Enthusiast's Companion (Bentley Publishers, 2001). Per it, the first 3 Series (E21) was "...

2). when do the major things get replaced by on average in the 3 series? In other words, is buying the BMW around 95 - 100k better than one at 133. From what i have read, most problems that need costl...

departed I35. It's 49.6k MSRP is far above any 3 series i'd consider. I'm aiming to pay 36k or so for a 41k msrp e90 330i (assuming I like it enough to buy one...though the mazda 6 and miata or eve...

Second, the 2,800lb 255hp 1994 RX7 was one of the best handling sports cars of its day and would be more stable under high speed than an M coupe, let alone a 3 series sedan. So, while I still think i...

Based on my limited experience to date, my next car is likely to be another 3 series BMW....

All I read, in Edmunds and the automotive press steered me toward the 3 series but what really clinched it for me was a drive around the back of a dealership in Grand Rapids where they had 5 severly c...

yeah, is believe your brand new 1998 redesigned 3 is better than the 1994 designed C.. 4 years is a long time...but wait in a few months and test the new C. most car magazines say that the driving an...

On the quantifiable factual basis of your claims, it certainly appears that, in the Washington DC area, the resale values of 3-4-5 year old 3 series are considerably higher than the G35, in spite of w...

Reellaw here--Now that Spring is kind of coming to NYC I am back in the car market on the 3-series. This is the debate. I have a 325 1994 automatic with only 37,000 miles. I love the BMW. I am th…...

were to continue I would venture to say the new 3 series turbo would be cheaper (and better in every way). If the 12 year old engine was so great, why didn’t they just transplant it into th...
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