2004 BMW 3 Series 325i Rwd 4dr Sport Wagon (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
We have two kids and my wife likes to
zoom. We got our 325iT built for us,
including PP and sport package... and a
manual transmission. We wanted
something that can haul groceries or
just haul. This is that wagon. It
drives like a 325i sedan. Damn fun on
the highway. Fun as well on twisty
roads. Only downside is the rear seat
can only seat two with kid car seats.
Wish the cargo area were larger, but
honestly that might make it lumbering.
I wouldn't want to upset the balance of
Handling is by far our favorite feature.
Second would be the flipper glass on the
rear window. Why can't other luxury
station wagons put flipper glass in?
It's so much nicer than having to lift
the entire lift gate just to toss in a
bag at the mall.
Germans think about cup holders as the
last step. The arm rest takes one of the
cup holders out of commission.
The lumbar support is only on 330's.
But they don't import them here, so you
cannot get adjustable lumbar support on
the seats! (I know, buy a pillow,
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