Not recommended too crapy user interface not a luxury car at all!!!!!!!!!!!!
By prinze on
2004 BMW 3 Series 325i Rwd 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
Had this car since 2004 engine for this car is pretty good, but has a lot of little problems came up from time to time...The alignment is one of the biggest i took it to the BMW dealer for three times and they still couldn't completely fix the problem. The computer told them it is aligned but when i on road it always tends to go left. The interior wood got a lot the cracks i guess from the hot and cold weather. This car has very bad control interface, the cruise control responds is very slow. when i press the accelerator it didn't accelerate until least least 5 seconds later, same goes for decelerate. BWM should known better than in a highway 5 second disaster!!!
This car has very bad control interface, the cruise control responds is very slow. when i press the accelerator it didn't accelerate until least least 5 seconds later, same goes for decelerate. BWM should known better than in a highway 5 second responds time for the cruise control would mean disaster!!!!!!!!! There is no indication if the cruise control is set or not only indicates it is On and that is not the same as set the car at a certain speed!!!!!!!!!!.
How about letting us know what the service department says about this issue.
So far, we have the impression that you haven't at least taken the time to get a professional opinion as to the cause.
Maybe they may correct it for N/C. Maybe it's the classic "user error".
You also nailed the car for poor comfort, value, fun-to-drive, interior design, and reliability. All that because of a problem w/ your cruise control? This smacks counter to what the vast majority of BMW owners have experienced.
How about a few words on those other deficiencies?
Don't just belly-ache!
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