Looks that stand the test of time. Great handling, this car is unbelievable for an 8 year old car. Bought it with 90k with all service records. Previous owner kept meticulous care and seems to have repaired and replaced most trouble spots prior to trading it. I cannot find anything wrong with this car and love driving it.
Highway driving is fantastic, quiet, smooth, comfortable and amazing power at highway speeds for lane changing and passing. Car is really engineered for maximum power and efficiency at highway speeds. It's all about power delivery and this one has it.
Cost of repairs and maintanence reputation hurts an other wise great car.
Totally babied my 528 with best oil every 5k and easy frwy driving..Thought it would go at least 300k like my old 735 that's still running good , but at 180k [not alot these days] engine needs bottom end rebuilt, [full rebuild]..Very dissapointed..Should have lasted alot longer!
The car is so much fun to drive. The
pick up is great even though it needs
major repair. I can hit 100mi before I
know it and it looks cute too. I
bought the car with high miles
thinking it's a BWM, it can go for
miles. But the repair problems are
mounting. From water pumps, brakes,
suspenion, thermostat and theromstat
housing, the list goes on. The trunk
release motor is shot and don't get me
started on those cheap A$$ cup
holders. It's no longer cost effective
to be able to drive this BWM. It's
Heated seats and steering wheel!! The
Great highway cruiser, quiet, firm,
comfortable - feels like its part of
the highway. Fun to drive and looks
great- an almost perfectly executed
car, but has needed over $12,000 in
repairs since new.
Handling, design, everything clicks and
moves so smoothly. Lots of check engine
lights to keep you entertained -
learning all the mechanic's by first
I bought it knowing that the
reliability was poor. I thought that
since I only drive 6,000 miles a year
that it would be okay. WRONG! By far
the most unreliable and expensive car
to maintain that I have ever had. I
want my Camry back. Were the cupholders