by capttron on Jun 8, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 BMW Z3 3.0i 2dr Hatchback (3.0L 6cyl 5M)
I really, I mean REALLY like htis
car! It is a drivers machine. It
does everything you ask of it and
more. It's FAST (expecially after
getting it chipped = then it's REALLY
REEAALLLY fast) It corners like a
dream. Gas mileage has been
outstanding - on a recent trip to Las
Vegas at an average speed of let's
just say 90+ I got 24.5mpg. Contrary
to the review above I think it is one
of the greatest looking cars around.
It has hints of some of the most
classic sports cars of all time
throughout its integrated styling
scheme. As for comfort, I can drive
the car comfortably longer than the
capacity of my bladder and gas tank.
by rockcrawler2 on Nov 20, 2002 Vehicle: 2002 BMW Z3 3.0i 2dr Hatchback (3.0L 6cyl 5M)
this car is not for everybody it is a
mean fast driving machine. the cockpit
is cozy it is full with two people. it
is geared for performance I dont sugest
driving long distances. I have to get
out to streach every hour or so. I
raced a 94 corvete up a mountain and
easly out handeled the vette. tight
turns are a favorite you can throw it
around and it keeps coming back for
more. the DSC it a real life saver it
only comes into play when I am driving
at the edge I am scared to drive this
car very fast without the DSC
inguaged. if you want a fun driving
machine I highly recomend this car.
thanks for reading this rob
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