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2005 BMW 3 Series Consumer Discussions

2005 BMW 3 Series
Welcome to the continuation of the BMW 3-Series...

I just read the message below on TireRack.com and it made me wonder what kind of opinions and experiences 2006 3-Series owners were having. Please share....

The new i-drive on the 3 series looks a lot like the mmi, anyone tried it?...

im looking forward to purchasing one and these 2 beautiful cars are my primary choices..all pre-owned.. as i read through the past discussions i noticed that the 06 had more problems and not as relia…...

I can only comment on the price.. I think your idea of $12,500 would be all the money.....

This is not really the right place for your question. The discussion you created may get you some input, but you also ought to peruse the ongoing BMW 3-Series Sedans - 2005 and earlier. Good luck!!...

Since this discussion is about DSC, I moved some posts to a more likely place. Here's the link: 503bmw, "BMW 3-Series Sedans 2005 and earlier" #29781, 30 Apr 2007 7:09 pm....

Didn't have that car, but we had a 2005 3-series convertible, and the soft-top isn't an issue, with any amount of snow....

2005 model's new interior design. Better than the 2004's....

And, add to the answers of this question the statements from my BMW dealer who says the X cars have had remarkable sales growth. My wife was ONLY interested in a 3 series with X drive. The brochure ...

All: I would enormouly appreciate your insights and any help and guidance you can offer on this....

BTW, I looked up 2004 resale values, and the TL was below both the 3 series and G35 Sedan...

For the BMW 3 Series: 81...

Or, should I just forget all this, give the 545i back and move on to the next lease which more than likely would be a 3 Series? The run-flats, however, would be a huge turnoff for me on the 3 Series....

as cloth seats and sliding rear sun shade on the 3 series). This is supposed to be possible if the dealer takes the time and effort to order it and also does not require Euro delivery. It would als...
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