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1999 BMW M Consumer Discussions


I'm a new poster to the BMW 3-series board. I'm buying a new car to celebrate a recent promotion and I'm considering the 3-series, the Audi A4 and the Lexus IS300. I have some questions about the BM...

I'm considering buying a 330i and hesitate only for the lack of AWD. I've heard competing things about AWD in this car. On the one hand I've heard that it really does enhance traction in the 2-3 mon...

I have a fair amount of seat time in the following cars, slowest to fastest, all 5-Speed:...

Great choices, I couldn't agree more. ;-)...

I am looking at the Mercedes E320 Wagon (no AWD) and the BMW 528iT sports wagon. Does anyone know the differences between the 1999 and 2000 models of these 2 cars? I read the Consumer Reports articl...

True, they did "something" in 1999 when both new and old models sold side-by-side in showrooms. Just figured this plan is known by somebody, unless they pumped out a lot of 1998 E-36 conve...

Okay, I'm going to help you separate the wheat from the chaff here....

I'm here. ;-) Back in 1995 I went back to German cars after a 13 year hiatus, the car was a 1995 VR6 Passat GLX with a 5-Speed. The German mandated high graphite brake pads were a pain, but I stuck...

Back in 1998 when I was shopping for my next new car, Mr. Rizzo (I'm thinking that his first name is Frank) of "Rizzo Method" fame was a regular on the VW Passat discussion here in the TownH...

I second what circlew wrote. I drove a 1999 328i non-SP (which I assume is the same as yours) in the NYC metro area through four winters and while I was able to do it (I'm a very seasoned winter driv...

Well if you're interested in a sporty SLK, look at the SLK55 Black Edition. This AMG model is all but a track car, with race ready suspension, brakes, carbon interior, etc. The AMG cars are fairly n...

I don't think the I6 is finished at BMW just yet. As you probably know the M Roadster and M Coupe, both based on the Z4 just got the I6 from the M3.....but there is the 1-Series to think about. BMW ...

Looks like BMWNA is once again in denial about the consistent X5 problems. They are all not "isolated" issues (just spend a couple days reading through the X5 archives at bimmer.org). Gr...

Ok..so I live in Spokane Washington and I want to lease for the first time....I am so glad I found this forum because I would have gotten taken on a lease so badly!!!! I am a young girl working on an...
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