Driving the BMW328i is a pleasure, but
my driving pleasure is overshawdowed
by the times my car has been in the
shop for repairs. In 2001 with 24,000
miles on the car, I replaced the front
brakes, pads and rotors for $1500.
While on business travel in September,
my husband called to tell me he was at
the dealer's with my car and all it
needed (smile :() was front and rear
brakes, pads, rotors and a new
suspension system to the tune of
$3,000. My previous car, '94 Honda
never went in the shop for suspension
problems, and it had over 85,000 miles
on the odometer when I gave it to my
I love my Beamer -- it drives like a
charm, but the repairs have got to go.
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