2004 BMW 3 Series 325i Rwd 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
My BMW now has 7200 miles on it, at
3000 miles the transmission was
replaced, at 4000 the engine computer
was replaced, at 5000 the ignition
coils were replaced at 7000 the radio
was replaced. It continues to have
transmission problems and has been back
7 times to the dealer it is a 2003 model
2004 BMW 3 Series 330Ci Rwd 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
Just got my dream car. Been saving
money for 3 years and it is worth it.
Great power, ride, and comfort. I got
the cold and sport package, with xenon
adoptive light, and 18 inch tires.
Great car to ride in sunny San Diego.
2004 BMW 3 Series 330xi AWD 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
Front differential went out at 40,000,
no driver negligence. Stalled on a cold
night. Shouldn't happen to a bimmer.
Dealer ok, manufacturer hard to deal
with on car rental for one day, well I
was less than 100 miles from home,
clerk takes no consideration of driver
age, weather, time of day, passed
rental cost back to Moses who paid,
will not let owner talk to an engineer,
to defensive about being sued, which,
if someone is killed by this on a busy
freeway, they will be.
Tight, easily controlled, can't spin,
draws attention, good pick up. No other
Left door latch hurts leg rests against
it. Poor leg room rear.
2004 BMW 3 Series 330i Rwd 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
The driver's set is cramped. The ride
is poor. The reliability is poor. I
have had it in the shop twice in the
last two months with problems. German
engineering is no longer the best. I
plan to trade it as soon as possible
and look for a Japanese engineered and
I hope to get a good trade in.
Redesign the car's ride and handling.
Also, BMW should increase the
horsepower and I might reconsider it
some years ahead.