2005 BMW 3 Series 325Ci Rwd 2dr Convertible (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
I haven't had this much driving in ten years! The convertible is "nifty" and easy to use, and the car handles like a roadster. Feul economy is lousy 17 mpg in the city, but the car is SO much fun to drive that it's worth it ! Loving It !!
BMW could give you a little more inside for the money
2005 BMW 3 Series 330i Rwd 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
A lot of my biz associates and friends have bmws. I attributed it to some sort of clubby snobbery, and thought Lexus was "it"--until I drove a 330i with the sports pkg. I could not believe the solid driving feel and bed like cornering ability. I got all the toys and find myself driving just for the joy of driving. This week I drove over some concrete in the road and blew a tire and scratched the wheel. I had the foresight to get the insurance for the wheels. Brought it to dealer- no problems, new everything n/c all computers checked and brakes reconfigured. I am a reformed lexite.
the handling and s drive power
can they make the bucket seats a little roomier? I only weigh 175, but the sit down section is not wide enough.
2005 BMW 3 Series 325i Rwd 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
I get that question just about every day. I love my New 3. I had a 2001 322i before I bought the new 2006 model. The new sleek style is great - lots of bells and whistles when you purchase the navigation and other upgraded packages. I love the new dash, the absence of all that trim, the bluetooth technology... I don't particularly care for the cup holders in the front, how easily the material around the gear shift scratches or the four plugged holes in the rar bumper - but overall I enjoy the ride.