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With the BMW it is true you do get what you pay for. Although it is exspensive to buy you really do get value for money, you can feel the difference as soon as you get in it. the drive is excellent i have drove quite a few different cars from Punto Sportings to MGFs, although i do like the MG very much it does not compare to the BMW 32i convertable. It is very smooth and you feel safe even at a high speed, it is spacious and comfortable. Now for the convertable side of it well that is just brilliant, on a nice dry day with the roof off cruising on the motorway what a great feeling it really does blow the cobwebbs away. This car has all the toys, the leather seats, air conditioning, cd player, cruise control. The dealers are also the most helpful and caring dealer i have ever come across. The aftercare is also excellent. This car is a real head turner, it is great looking on the outside, everything you need and more on the inside, and superb under the bonnet. This is the third BM i have had, and i can't see myself ever buying anything else they hold thier value, even the milage doesn't matter because the engines are so good. The initial outlay for the car is exspensive but it is well worth it. The fuel consumption is average, the car is fitted with a excellent security system.
nice start to the description but its nowhere near as detailed as the car deserves m8, my day has a this car (not as new tho :P) with full body kit lowers sus, kit and **** loads more and i could write for hours about it, even though its not mycar, will be my car in the near future (hopefully) maby then i will do a review on it ;)
sarsons 02.11.2002 01:53
Not bad intro, but info on what the car has to offer would have resulted in a higher rating (eg comfort, ride, equipment, insurance costs etc.). If you ever redo this op, please let me know and I'll reread it and review my rating :)
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1982 and offered customers a larger range than the previous e 21 this encompassed an in house built full cabriolet as well as the touring estate the 325 ix all wheel drive and the legendary m 3 which was developed for motor sport use towards the end of e 30 production bmw produced a limited run of only 250 motorsport technology edition cabriolets as modelled here the cars featured sport seats msport suspens