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2006 BMW 3 Series 330Ci 2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
Had a 2004 330 Convertible, with only 43k miles, which got totaled after accident with a pack of deer on 05/01/2015. Immediately started searching for a replacement car, 2004-2006 BMW Convertible. Due to airbag fiasco, also looked & drove 1 Series, 2007-2015 3 Series & other convertibles nothing beat my 2004 330, so looked across entire country & found a 2006 330 with 36k miles. I AM VERY,VERY HAPPY with car. In my opinion nothing beats the the 2002-2006 Bimmers, especially when it comes to convertibles.
2006 BMW 3 Series 330xi 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
Purchased it used 6 weeks ago with 79,000 miles after driving a Chevy Avalanche for 14 years and 178000 miles on it. Love the AWD aspect and the manual transmission. Very comfortable front seats and fun to drive.
Now owned over a year, still love the car. I am "guessing" it was traded in because it was coming up on a lot of maintenance issues I had to replace all the gaskets top and bottom relating to anything regarding oil. Also the rear shocks and brakes. All that being said, car still gets great mileage on the highway in the 30-33 range and 21 in town.... there is a small leak for wiper fluid that is worse in summer than in winter, but a case of wiper fluid is WAY CHEAPER than hunting for that hole.
2006 BMW 3 Series 325i 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
This car has been amazing i wont lie.. For being my first car to buy on my own i am happy with my purchase.. Bought the car with 67k miles on it and now driving it around with over 140k miles. This car drives and handles just like you see in the commercials.. You can drive fast around sharp curves and have your headlights lead the way.. For someone who is 6'4 size isn't the best but not terrible either i have with it. I drove from Washington state to New York in my car and was comfortable the whole way.. I will say after 145k miles you will start to see issues.. I have had to have all my Spark plugs and coil packs replaced probably totaling $500 all together. Then recently with in two weeks i have had my serpentine belt replaced, and its pulley replaced totaling over $300, plus i have had electrical issues with my car completely going dead loss of all power 2x now luckily at home though.. Thanks to AAA saves my life. I have had my air conditioner not working, and other minor errors. This car burns through oil like nothing, and tends to have oil leaks.. Love the car but i think its time to get something newer.. I would suggest buying this car and year if you are getting it with low miles.. Its a fantastic car.. .
2006 BMW 3 Series 330i 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
A year and a half after the review below, most still holds true. My frustration with run-flat tires finally gave way to buying a good set of (NON run-flat) tires which eliminated the complaints below. And, it drives much better. Non-run-flat tires are also readily available. Now to keep the faith that my AAA membership will come to the rescue should I have a flat.
(PREVIOUS REVIEW) When it come to repairs, tires, and maintenance, it will cost you a bundle. However, if you want a ride that looks great at 10 years old, gets unexpectedly good mileage on the highway, drives well in the curves, and is nicely appointed, you'll like it. You need to have confidence in your dealer and repair shop because you will see them way too often. Also, the run-flat tires are noisy, wear out quickly, and are rough riding. It's too much of a price to pay for not having a spare tire. If you fancy yourself a BMW driver, you'll love this car. If it's for tooling around town, get something else. It is a highway (autobahn) car!
2006 BMW 3 Series 325Ci 2dr Convertible (2.5L 6cyl 5M)
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