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1995 BMW 5 Series Consumer Discussions

1995 BMW 5 Series
According to the April 2001 Consumer Reports magazine, the 5 series from 1995 has these percentages of trouble spots in these areas: engine 5% to 9.3% of 5 series cars, cooling 9.3% to 14.8% of cars, ...

While I've always liked BMWs they have slipped behind Audi in design, imo. My favorites of the past are the original 6-Series Coupe, 1989-1995 5-Series and the 1991-1997 8-Series, which I'm most lik…...

Let's look at the 325is. It is stick shift, which I might like since I don't like automatics. But overall, what would be good for city and highway driving, as well as Motorsport driving? Auto or st...

where Bangle was quoted as saying "The 5 series looks better in lighter colors, while the 7 series looks better in darker hues." Well, I would have to disagree with his assessment of colors...

As recently as two years ago, a well equiped 530i could be purchased in the $40-42k range through ED. A 540i 6-speed could be purchased in the $51-$53k range. I had thought that the former 528i had…...

AND the synthetic final drive oil on my wife's 5 Series, and they changed the coolant and the brake fluid on my 3er for just $143. Your car uses a more exotic ATF, so expect to pay $250-$450 more for...

I have a family of 4, my 2 boys are 7 and 10. I thought I needed more room because of them so I stupidly bought a mini-van in 1995. I hated it. It was great to have the room on road trips but I hat...

I'd partially agree, in that a 2007 3 series is probably as big as a 1992 5 series was. However, I wouldn't be so quick to make excuses for, what in some cases is a 15-20% gain in weight. My 3,001 l...

Dive one just for fun and you will see what I mean. Car and Driver ect, however put this in the category/company of the 5 series (not the 3). I have not made up my mind, but the RL(new for 2005) drive...

but not quite to the same standards as the 5 series or X5 and that is why there is a $5000 upgrade to get the same specs on a X5 as a X3. My M'3 have a really nice interior and nice leather but I wou...

Im thinkng about buying a used BMW, 3 or 5 Series. No older than 1995 no newer than 1999. At the moment Im just doing some reserch. Not really knowing what to look for or what to avoid. I would apprec...

i'd like to buy a 5 series sedan of, ideally, the 1995/96 vintage, but have been told to stay clear of them due to the nikelsel (spelling?) block problem. i've also read that this problem relates onl...

I'm not sure how well this translates into the E38 chassis (1995-2001), but both the E32 (1988-94) and the 5 series E34 have EXACTLY the problem described by eworker 1. The problem can be exacerbated...

I disagree slightly with Shipo. It's not HUGE. It's ENORMOUSLY HUGE....
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