2014 BMW 3 Series Sedan 320i 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
I agree with a lot of the last review. For me it was hard to get in and out of the car and I am 5'-6". The door lock button is in the middle of the consul rather than on the doors, so without the remote key, one has to crawl in, to get the other doors open. Somehow the front was couple of inches longer than the previous model, and I was always scraping the bumper when I parked - the car was a bit too low and too long in the front. After 4 years and 34k miles, the car depreciated 19K or about 60% and already has an oil leak. I liked the exterior styling of it but never liked it as much as my previous 328i from 2000 (which I drove until 2014!)
2014 BMW 3 Series Sedan 328i 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
1.5 years after purchase, my transmission gone bad and the dealer replaced it. The dealer replaced a couple of spark plugs in 2~3 years. The dealer didn't tell me about the replacement of spark plugs. Soon after the factory warranty expired, the intake valve was loose and the dealer needed to re-tighten it. Even well before the warranty expiration, the problem (jerking and shaking) associated with the loose intake valve started. Another BMW? No way!!! Buy American or Korean.