by Wolf on Jun 23, 2006 Vehicle: 2002 BMW 3 Series 325xi AWD 4dr Sport Wagon (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
I purchased this car in March, 2005, CPO. At first I thought the car felt too heavy but now, I'm impressed with how solid it is. Nothing fazes this car. It goes, stops and corners at your command regardless of weather or road conditions. Now I know why BMW garners so much praise from the press and devotees. I have had one unscheduled service for a faulty sensor that was covered under the CPO warranty.
by erickblackwelder on May 15, 2004 Vehicle: 2002 BMW 3 Series 325xi AWD 4dr Sport Wagon (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
This little rocket ship can break the sound barrier
and go un-noticed by the law. Cops don't stop
"station wagons" for speeding. Don't call mine a
"station wagon"... it's a SPORT wagon, as in sports
My xiT has nice manners too. My newly licensed 16
year-old can handle any situation safely, with total
I fell in love with the looks at the December 2001
DC auto show. Who can resist a sport wagon with
BMW has seen fit to give the sedans and wagons a facelift for 2002. An in-dash CD player finally makes it onto the standard features list. The center stack has been altered to accommodate the new automatic climate controls. Steptronic automanual operation has been altered so that you move the transmission lever forward for downshifts and backward for upshifts. Bi-xenon headlamps are on the options list so that both low and high beams can glow a cold blue and can be set to automatic operation. Rear side airbags are available for coupes and convertibles. Two new colors, Electric Red and Gray Green (and a Natural Brown interior leather) join the color spectrum.