by Dave on Jun 19, 2005 Vehicle: 1999 BMW 3 Series 318ti 2dr Hatchback
Americans would like hatchbacks more if there were more hatchbacks like this. A great mix of practicality and luxury. And it packs a lot of interior room into a not very long car. Very easy to park at only 166 inches in length, yet it's cargo capacity can carry a full sized dresser, fully assembled.
by nxtc on Jun 21, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 BMW 3 Series 318ti 2dr Hatchback
Bought my 318ti used w/20k warranty
remaining. Even with a/t, really a
pleasure to drive. Wide stance offers
great cornering with excellent brakes.
A smooth but solid ride with the
speedometer pointing straight up. A
Its a shame that BMW doesn't offer
this powerplant in the US market any
more. Dealer warranty service has been
by inlovewithmybeamer on Jun 17, 2002 Vehicle: 1999 BMW 3 Series 318ti 2dr Hatchback
I bought this car used with 37,000
miles. I've driven it for about 3,000
more and I love it. The car drives
really well, it has great acceleration,
great handling, and it feels great to
be driving it. I really like the looks
of this car. I got the sports package
on it, which includes alloy wheels,
rear and front spoilers. Too bad they
don't sell this model anymore in the US
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