2004 BMW 3 Series 330Ci Rwd 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
I have a manual shift, and the shifting
seems to be a bit rough, other than
that, the car is perfect. Handling in
great. Will top 110 easily, top
movement is flawless and can be done at
a red light if timeing is right.
love the power top, you push ONE
button, and it's done
2004 BMW 3 Series 325xi AWD 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
I'm just going to go straight to the
point. I like my car and I have a-lot
of fun driving it. However, there are
points that one should be aware of.
First, the Harmon Kardon speakers was
a waste of my money. They are weak
speakers. Second, the car is too low
that you are likely to hit, raised
manholes, rocks, metals on the street.
Third, the windows rattle loud when
driving fast. Fourth, the driver and
passenger SIDE MIRRORS doesn't go back
far enough. Fifth, the chairs are
very hard and thin. Sixth, rear
bumper too low and unprotected and
will get easily hit by other cars
especially if you live in the city.
Driving experience is great.
Improve Speakers to Bose instead of
Harmon Kardon, what a waste of money!
Raise the card a bit perhaps, too low.
Soften the chairs. Improve side
mirrors. Windows rattle when driving.
2004 BMW 3 Series 325xi AWD 4dr Sport Wagon (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
My wife loves it. It is very important.
Noisy for me. Is it possible to order
quetness option to reduce enzine sound
and improve quietness?
Maybe you think customers who like
quiet cars, please go to LEXUS.
I like wolf performance but looking and
sounds like sheep. High performance but
queit and peaceful riding.
2004 BMW 3 Series 325Ci Rwd 2dr Convertible (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
Even though BMW exterior design
continues to disappoint me, they remain
the best handling, best balanced
automobiles on the road today. The
current 325 convertible may seem
underpowered on paper, but is a joy to
drive quickly, which cannot be said for
some of its competitors (Audi A4, MB C
series). The 325 version is reasonable
value for money (I picked mine up in
Europe)and drives like a BMW should. If
you want a comfortable highway cruiser,
or a car with all the latest gizmos,
look elsewhere. If you want a car that
enjoys being driven hard, and has great
feedback through its brakes, steering
and suspension, stick with the Bimmer.
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