When we bought our 328i it had approx 82k miles on it, it now has 150k. In that time we have had to replace the radiator and water pump. At 150k it drives like it just came off the showroom floor. We are very pleased with it. My wife is the primary driver and we are now considering buying a 2001 5 series. The paint is cracking in some places also the ignition switch has presented some problems which was an inconvenience to have repaired. All in all it is an excellent vehicle.
This car is absolutely amazing.
I've owned this car since 90,000 miles and have used it as a daily commuter, ALL seasons.
It has 260,000+ miles on it now and it still runs great.
This interior is in great condition and the leather looks amazing and won't just deteriorate on you.
The exterior is still in good shape, although rust is beginning to start under the doors.
The engine ticks a little bit now as well.
Besides that the engine still roars like she's new and I couldn't be happier with this vehicle.
We got this car in 2008 with 199000 miles it lasted 4 weeks before the check engine light was on. we paid $1700 in repairs just to have the light come on again 5 wks later. we finally donated it in summer 2010 after pouring $7000 into it and still couldnt pass smog. atleast we got to claim it on our taxes right? lol
Great engineering went into the design
of 328i. Great handling, good
ergonomics, lots of cool gadgets,
unbelievable at top speeds, but
expensive to maintain. Other BMW owners
seem to have the same comments.
Sport package seats are very stiff and
also extremely supportive. You won't
want to take this on a 3+ hour trip,
but it's a blast getting to work each
day! Also, remarkable in the snow with
The car is thought out very well, but
the electric "glitches" can drive you
nuts. Check engine light is aways on -
but the performance exhaust and intake
is probably my fault... Brake light
indicator pops up from time to time,
which I hear is a common issue.
Everyone wants to race you from the
stoplights - what's up with that!?!
I have had only one repair in the past
two years, and it was about $200.