Found it on a used Corvette lot. Sat
in both but found my old body liked
the BMW better. Every woman in my life
perfered the BMW. Drives and looks
like a dream.Haven't had all the
electrical problems yet except it says
to "check coolant" from time to time,
nothing wrong. Had to replace the low
pressure power steering hose and the
fan belt tensioner assembly. At 65K
miles the tensioner pulley would
scream at start up. Never owned a car
that required that fix. The dealer
spent close to $1000 fixing or
replacing the top cable system.
I have the sport package, the seats
are hard but very supportive. I took
this car on long trips and my back did
better than my Expedition. The 328i
engine runas smooth as silk and has
plenty of power for this car. I
probably would have gotten into
trouble with the Corvette.
How can the Japanese get the same
problems and fix them and BMW and
Volvo T5 both German engineering,
continue to have the same critisim
year after year. Even enough they
can't find their own defects, they
should at least listen to their
customers and fix the problems.
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