2002 BMW 3 Series Consumer Review: Don't Compromise-YouGet what y

2002 BMW 3 Series - Consumer Review

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325Ci Coupe (2.5L 6-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Don't Compromise-YouGet what you pay for
By PAJ on


2002 BMW 3 Series 325Ci Rwd 2dr Coupe (2.5L 6cyl 5M)


You can have it all! Nobody touches BMW when considering the whole package- including price. Yes, Bimmers are expensive. However, show me a better all-around car within $10,000 of the 330. Compare 3 and 5 year cost of ownership to other vehicles. The 330, while costly to get into, is a better value than its less expensive competition. Some may be a bit faster 0- 60. Some may be more roomy. Some may have more creature comforts. In the end, however, they all cut a corner somewhere to be price competitive. There is a reason the 330 remains the benchmark of this segment - BMW didn't cut any corners! Nobody out-BMW's a BMW.

Best Features

Silky smooth engine and transmission. Superb handling. Sweet sounds from under the hood. Comfort and support of Sport Package seats! Xenon headlights. The way it turns heads... GET THE SPORTS PKG ! Manual transmission highly recommended.

Worst Features

Sound system, even with the HK upgrade, should be better in this car. I'd absolutely love 40 more horses and a 6- speed manual ;) Equip the car with brake pads that are a bit less messy! Nothing more I can think of.
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