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2003 BMW 325
3
  • hatchback 60,868
  • 8,700 high price
  • Hinsdale, IL
  • 4 years
  • cars.com
8,700 2003 BMW 325
  • hatchback 60,868 gasoline manual
Auto-Dimming Mirror, Automatic Headlight Control, Cold Weather Package, Fully Automatic Top, Headlight Washers, Heated Front Seats, Integrated Garage Door Opener, Myrtle Wood Trim, Premium Package, Rain Sensor, Ski Bag Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Tachometer✔ Bucket Seats✔ AM/FM✔ Passenger Airbag✔ CD Player✔ Cruise Control✔ Air Conditioning
8,700 Hinsdale, ILHinsdale, IL 4 years at cars.com
2006 BMW 325
3
  • coupe 116,000
  • 1,907 below average
  • 5,795 great
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • 5 years
  • cars.com
5,795 2006 BMW 325
  • 1,907 below average coupe 116,000 gasoline automatic
2006 bmw 3285ci, automatic, with (116k highway miles) fully loaded, (alarm system viper), sunroof, satellite radio, power steering, stability control, am/fm/cd changer mp3, leather seats, 4-wheel abs brakes, cruise control, power windows, cold ac, power door locks. Must see, non-smoker, perfect first car, seats like new, title in hand, very clean interior. The asking price is $5,795 obo.
5,795 Jacksonville, FLJacksonville, FL 5 years at cars.com
2004 BMW 325
3
  • convertible 78,450
  • 9,679 overpriced
  • Palatine, IL
  • 5 years
  • cars.com
9,679 2004 BMW 325
  • convertible 78,450 gasoline
Bucket Seats✔ Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Tachometer✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control✔ Passenger Airbag✔ MP3 Player✔ CD Player✔ Air Conditioning
9,679 Palatine, ILPalatine, IL 5 years at cars.com
2001 BMW 325
1
  • convertible 92,184
  • 7,444 high price
  • Mooresville, NC
  • 5 years
  • cars.com
7,444 2001 BMW 325
  • convertible 92,184 gasoline manual
Generals blvd lincolnton, nc 28092 (888) 720-6522 carolina auto direct provides quality vehicles at unbeatable prices in a friendly atmosphere, which makes car buying a fun experience.
7,444 Mooresville, NCMooresville, NC 5 years at cars.com
2002 BMW 325
1
  • convertible 66,254
  • Chandler, AZ
  • 5 years
  • cars.com
  • convertible 66,254 gasoline
Proudly serving gilbert, casa grande, chandler, scottsdale, peoria, surprise, avondale, tucson, mesa, phoenix.
Chandler, AZChandler, AZ 5 years at cars.com
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2001 BMW 325
3
  • convertible 92,184
  • 7,444 high price
  • Mooresville, NC
  • 5 years
  • cars.com
7,444 2001 BMW 325
  • convertible 92,184 gasoline automatic
Plaza dr mooresville, nc 28117 (888) 720-6522 carolina auto direct provides quality vehicles at unbeatable prices in a friendly atmosphere, which makes car buying a fun experience.
7,444 Mooresville, NCMooresville, NC 5 years at cars.com
BMW 325 2004
1
  • 6,919 fair
  • Maricopa, AZ
  • 5 years
  • tixuz.com
6,919 BMW 325 2004
  • gasoline white
Premium unleaded Glass rear window Headlights off auto delay Heated driver mirror Heated passenger mirror Heated windshield washer jets In-Dash single CD player Independent front suspension classification Instrumentation. Low fuel level Interior air filtration Leather shift knob trim Leather steering wheel trim Leatherette seat upholstery Manual convertible roof Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds). Memorized Settings for 3 drivers Memorized Settings including door mirror(s) MP3 player Passenger Airbag Passenger reverse tilt mirror P Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Tachometer✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control✔ Passenger Airbag✔ MP3 Player✔ CD Player✔ Air Conditioning
6,919 Maricopa, AZMaricopa, AZ 5 years at tixuz.com
  • 138,703
  • Bluffton, SC
  • 5 years
  • autoshopper.com
  • 138,703
2004 bmw 325 review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. These are indeed the ultimate driving machines. introductionthis is the benchmark. The bmw 3 series cars are the aspiration for every automaker building a sports sedan or smaller luxury sedan.  there's a good reason for that. The 3 series is superb. Whether it's the standard 325i or the high-performance m3, they are driver's cars. Dynamically, each is outstanding: a highly refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly. The 3 series puts drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them. Driving the sedan, coupe, convertible or sport wagon is a joy. They blend luxury and sport with high levels of quality, making living with them joyful as well. Their interiors are well equipped and comfortable.  other automakers are envious of the 3 series for another reason: it exemplifies consistency in product character and values. Bmw's 3 series cars have been the benchmark for entry luxury cars for some time, and we do not see this changing soon.  the competition may be gaining, but bmw is hardly sitting still. For 2004, the 3 series gets an extensive array of updates. The coupe and convertible are mildy restyled, front and rear, and there's more of just about everything: more technology, more standard equipment, more wheel design choices. 330 models now come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission, and bmw's trick sequential manual gearbox (smg) is offered on all rear-drive models. For entry luxury market shoppers who put a premium on driving satisfaction, the bmw 3 series remains the place to start. lineupthe popularity of the 3 series has produced a wide, sometimes confusing range of sedans, coupes, convertibles, and wagons. Ten models are available, varying considerably in price, power, and packaging, not to mention two versions from bmw's high-performance m division. The price spread from the bottom of the 3 series line to the top exceeds $30,000. All are based on the same chassis and all ride on the same 107. 3-inch wheelbase, but the coupes and convertibles do not share many body panels with the sedans and wagons.  two engines are available in the standard 3 series line, with a new variant of one of them for 2004. Both are inline six-cylinder engines. As the 3 series nomenclature indicates, 325 models get a 2. 5-liter engine, while 330 models get a 3. 0-liter engine. The sedan, coupe, and convertible are available with either engine; wagons are only available with the 2. 5-liter engine.  the 325i sedan 27,800), 325i sport wagon 30,400), 325ci coupe 30,100) and 325ci convertible 37,300) are powered by the 184-horsepower 2. 5-liter engine. The higher price of coupes and convertibles includes a slightly higher level of standard luxury equipment than the sedans and wagons.  the 330i sedan 34,600), 330ci coupe 35,600), and 330ci convertible 42,900) benefit from the 225-horsepower 3. 0-liter engine. In addition to the increased power, 330 models come with more standard equipment and mechanical upgrades. Two examples: v-rated tires in place of the 325's standard h-rated tires, and larger brakes. The 325xi 29,550) and 330xi 36,350) sedans and the 325xi sport wagon 32,150) offer much better traction and control in slippery conditions. They come equipped with hill descent control, which could prove helpful descending a steep, slippery driveway or back road.  the 3 series variants powered by the 2. 5-liter engine come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission; those powered by the 3. 0-liter engine are upgraded to a 6-speed manual for 2004. A superb zf-built 5-speed steptronic automatic 1,275) is optional on all models, while the 6-speed sequential manual gearbox 1,500) developed for and launched in the m3, is offered on all rear-drive 3 series models. Run-flat tires with tire pressure monitoring 300) are an option on 330 models.  most 3 series models come with a premium package 1,200-$3,300, depending on the model), which includes an auto dimming rearview mirror, a moonroof, myrtle wood trim, front seat memory and drivers lumbar support, leather upholstery, a multi-function trip computer, and the bmw assist system. Bmw assist provides telematic collision notification, an sos button, roadside assistance, locator and concierge services. In short, the 3 series is available with nearly all the convenience features offered on bmw's larger sedans, which is one reason prices can approach $60,000 for the m cars.  smart front and front side-impact airbags come standard. Also standard (on all but the convertibles) are head-protection airbags that deploy from the headliner along the length of both sides of the cabin. Rear side-impact airbags are optional 385). Bi-xenon high-intensity discharge headlamps 700) offer much better visibility on stormy nights and now aim around corners, but they sometimes annoy other drivers. Bmw's park distance control 350) works great, beeping to warn the driver of objects behind the car during parking maneuvers.  closely related to the standard 3 series are the m3 coupe . walkaroundwith their bold grilles, exotic-looking headlamps and short front and rear overhangs, the bmw 3 series cars are striking. These beauties have never been the subject of the bold/ugly debate currently swirling around bmw's 5 series and 7 series models.  the current-generation 3 series debuted in 1999. Each model is classic bmw: elegant and refined, but purposeful. The roofline is long and gracefully integrated into the short rear deck. The wheels fill the fenders wells to the flares and the body work seems wrapped tight, like it's stretched over muscle. If there was a picture in the dictionary of a sports sedan it would be a bmw 330i.  the quad headlamps are enclosed in aerodynamic covers. The optional bi-xenon lights include low and high beams; the outer lamps provide high-intensity discharge illumination on low and high beams, while the inner lamps augment the high beams with halogen lighting. Auto-leveling of the bi-xenon lamps is included, and for 2004 they actually turn into a curve as the car tracks through.  the sedan was the first of this latest generation 3 series to be launched. It shares its styling and most of its bodywork with the sport wagon. Subtle changes to the design of the 3 series sedans and wagons freshened their appearance in 2002 with redesigned front fascias, front and rear bumpers, grilles, headlamps, tail lamps, hoods, and fenders. Similar to the theme set by the new 7 series, the headlamps now tilt up at the trailing edges of the wraparounds, rather than tilting down as they have traditionally. Bmw also redesigned the shape of the cutouts below the headlamps. The front fascia now looks more like a true air dam, with round integrated fog lamps instead of small, thin rectangular lights. Character lines on the hood and front fenders were modified, and bmw's trademark dual-kidney grilles were widened. Bumpers, front and rear, have a simpler, cleaner look and redesigned taillights offer greater illuminated area.  coupe and convertible models were introduced for 2000, and for 2004 they benefit from a freshening similar to that undertaken on the sedan two years ago. The headlights now sweep upward as they wrap around the sides of the car. Even in a color as basic as white, the m3 attracts a lot of attention, particularly from enthusiasts who know that the special styling cues only hint at the car's performance potential. For 2004, the 330i performance package adds many of the same cues, creating the look of an m3 sedan (but without the m3 engine).  all 3 series variants have well-designed exterior door handles that are easy to grab. The trunk lift grips have been widened for 2004. All variants are equipped with a new technology bmw calls adaptive brake lights. Introduced on the 7 series, these illuminate more intensely, over a larger area, when the driver applies the brakes full-lock, or when the abs operates. The idea is to inform drivers in cars following the 3 series that it's stopping hard (and assumes the driver following knows how to decipher the signals). interiorthe 3 series interior is designed for the serious driver. The manual controls work well, though they are best used when the car is stationary. Power adjustments come standard on all models except 325i sedans. The 10-way power seats that come with some of the option packages are superb, adding more side bolstering for winding roads, and. Power Seats✔ Bucket Seats✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Navigation System
Bluffton, SCBluffton, SC 5 years at autoshopper.com
  • 138,703
  • Bluffton, SC
  • 5 years
  • autoshopper.com
  • 138,703
2004 bmw 325 review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. These are indeed the ultimate driving machines. introductionthis is the benchmark. The bmw 3 series cars are the aspiration for every automaker building a sports sedan or smaller luxury sedan.  there's a good reason for that. The 3 series is superb. Whether it's the standard 325i or the high-performance m3, they are driver's cars. Dynamically, each is outstanding: a highly refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly. The 3 series puts drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them. Driving the sedan, coupe, convertible or sport wagon is a joy. They blend luxury and sport with high levels of quality, making living with them joyful as well. Their interiors are well equipped and comfortable.  other automakers are envious of the 3 series for another reason: it exemplifies consistency in product character and values. Bmw's 3 series cars have been the benchmark for entry luxury cars for some time, and we do not see this changing soon.  the competition may be gaining, but bmw is hardly sitting still. For 2004, the 3 series gets an extensive array of updates. The coupe and convertible are mildy restyled, front and rear, and there's more of just about everything: more technology, more standard equipment, more wheel design choices. 330 models now come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission, and bmw's trick sequential manual gearbox (smg) is offered on all rear-drive models. For entry luxury market shoppers who put a premium on driving satisfaction, the bmw 3 series remains the place to start. lineupthe popularity of the 3 series has produced a wide, sometimes confusing range of sedans, coupes, convertibles, and wagons. Ten models are available, varying considerably in price, power, and packaging, not to mention two versions from bmw's high-performance m division. The price spread from the bottom of the 3 series line to the top exceeds $30,000. All are based on the same chassis and all ride on the same 107. 3-inch wheelbase, but the coupes and convertibles do not share many body panels with the sedans and wagons.  two engines are available in the standard 3 series line, with a new variant of one of them for 2004. Both are inline six-cylinder engines. As the 3 series nomenclature indicates, 325 models get a 2. 5-liter engine, while 330 models get a 3. 0-liter engine. The sedan, coupe, and convertible are available with either engine; wagons are only available with the 2. 5-liter engine.  the 325i sedan 27,800), 325i sport wagon 30,400), 325ci coupe 30,100) and 325ci convertible 37,300) are powered by the 184-horsepower 2. 5-liter engine. The higher price of coupes and convertibles includes a slightly higher level of standard luxury equipment than the sedans and wagons.  the 330i sedan 34,600), 330ci coupe 35,600), and 330ci convertible 42,900) benefit from the 225-horsepower 3. 0-liter engine. In addition to the increased power, 330 models come with more standard equipment and mechanical upgrades. Two examples: v-rated tires in place of the 325's standard h-rated tires, and larger brakes. The 325xi 29,550) and 330xi 36,350) sedans and the 325xi sport wagon 32,150) offer much better traction and control in slippery conditions. They come equipped with hill descent control, which could prove helpful descending a steep, slippery driveway or back road.  the 3 series variants powered by the 2. 5-liter engine come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission; those powered by the 3. 0-liter engine are upgraded to a 6-speed manual for 2004. A superb zf-built 5-speed steptronic automatic 1,275) is optional on all models, while the 6-speed sequential manual gearbox 1,500) developed for and launched in the m3, is offered on all rear-drive 3 series models. Run-flat tires with tire pressure monitoring 300) are an option on 330 models.  most 3 series models come with a premium package 1,200-$3,300, depending on the model), which includes an auto dimming rearview mirror, a moonroof, myrtle wood trim, front seat memory and drivers lumbar support, leather upholstery, a multi-function trip computer, and the bmw assist system. Bmw assist provides telematic collision notification, an sos button, roadside assistance, locator and concierge services. In short, the 3 series is available with nearly all the convenience features offered on bmw's larger sedans, which is one reason prices can approach $60,000 for the m cars.  smart front and front side-impact airbags come standard. Also standard (on all but the convertibles) are head-protection airbags that deploy from the headliner along the length of both sides of the cabin. Rear side-impact airbags are optional 385). Bi-xenon high-intensity discharge headlamps 700) offer much better visibility on stormy nights and now aim around corners, but they sometimes annoy other drivers. Bmw's park distance control 350) works great, beeping to warn the driver of objects behind the car during parking maneuvers.  closely related to the standard 3 series are the m3 coupe . walkaroundwith their bold grilles, exotic-looking headlamps and short front and rear overhangs, the bmw 3 series cars are striking. These beauties have never been the subject of the bold/ugly debate currently swirling around bmw's 5 series and 7 series models.  the current-generation 3 series debuted in 1999. Each model is classic bmw: elegant and refined, but purposeful. The roofline is long and gracefully integrated into the short rear deck. The wheels fill the fenders wells to the flares and the body work seems wrapped tight, like it's stretched over muscle. If there was a picture in the dictionary of a sports sedan it would be a bmw 330i.  the quad headlamps are enclosed in aerodynamic covers. The optional bi-xenon lights include low and high beams; the outer lamps provide high-intensity discharge illumination on low and high beams, while the inner lamps augment the high beams with halogen lighting. Auto-leveling of the bi-xenon lamps is included, and for 2004 they actually turn into a curve as the car tracks through.  the sedan was the first of this latest generation 3 series to be launched. It shares its styling and most of its bodywork with the sport wagon. Subtle changes to the design of the 3 series sedans and wagons freshened their appearance in 2002 with redesigned front fascias, front and rear bumpers, grilles, headlamps, tail lamps, hoods, and fenders. Similar to the theme set by the new 7 series, the headlamps now tilt up at the trailing edges of the wraparounds, rather than tilting down as they have traditionally. Bmw also redesigned the shape of the cutouts below the headlamps. The front fascia now looks more like a true air dam, with round integrated fog lamps instead of small, thin rectangular lights. Character lines on the hood and front fenders were modified, and bmw's trademark dual-kidney grilles were widened. Bumpers, front and rear, have a simpler, cleaner look and redesigned taillights offer greater illuminated area.  coupe and convertible models were introduced for 2000, and for 2004 they benefit from a freshening similar to that undertaken on the sedan two years ago. The headlights now sweep upward as they wrap around the sides of the car. Even in a color as basic as white, the m3 attracts a lot of attention, particularly from enthusiasts who know that the special styling cues only hint at the car's performance potential. For 2004, the 330i performance package adds many of the same cues, creating the look of an m3 sedan (but without the m3 engine).  all 3 series variants have well-designed exterior door handles that are easy to grab. The trunk lift grips have been widened for 2004. All variants are equipped with a new technology bmw calls adaptive brake lights. Introduced on the 7 series, these illuminate more intensely, over a larger area, when the driver applies the brakes full-lock, or when the abs operates. The idea is to inform drivers in cars following the 3 series that it's stopping hard (and assumes the driver following knows how to decipher the signals). interiorthe 3 series interior is designed for the serious driver. The manual controls work well, though they are best used when the car is stationary. Power adjustments come standard on all models except 325i sedans. The 10-way power seats that come with some of the option packages are superb, adding more side bolstering for winding roads, and. Power Seats✔ Bucket Seats✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Navigation System
Bluffton, SCBluffton, SC 5 years at autoshopper.com
  • 132,606
  • Englewood, CO
  • 5 years
  • autoshopper.com
  • 132,606 gasoline blue automatic
2001 bmw 325 review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. Benchmark sports sedan, benchmark sport wagon. introductionbmw's 3 series continues to be the benchmark for sports sedans. It's been that way since the late 1970s, and the 2001 lineup continues this tradition with 10 different models, all of which are truly outstanding automobiles. In addition to the sedan models, there are sport coupes, convertibles, and a sport wagon.  bmw uses the word sport when describing its 3 series models and it's apt. All 3 series models corner, accelerate and stop swiftly. These are highly refined machines. They put drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them, but their ultra-sharp steering response demands close attention. Interiors are well-equipped and comfortable, but are all business.  several significant changes highlight the 2001 3 series lineup, but the headline news is more power. Through engine refinements, the 2. 5-liter gain 14 horsepower and now produce 184 horsepower. At the same time, the 2. 8-liter 328 gets a real increase in displacement, to 3. 0 liters; it comes with a new 330i designation, and 225 horsepower, which is up substantially over last year's 193. lineupthe 3 series is the smallest of bmw's three sedan lines. But it has grown to 10 models, and includes coupes, convertibles, and wagons. All are based on the same platform (chassis and drive train); however, coupes and convertibles share few body panels with the sedans and wagon. Sedan, coupe and convertible are now available with 2. 5- or 3. 0-liter inline 6-cylinder engines; the wagon comes only with the 2. 5-liter inline-6.  the 184-horsepower 2. 5-liter engine is used in the 325i sedan 26,990); 325i sport wagon 29,400); 325ci coupe 28,990); 325ci convertible 35,990).  the 225-horsepower 3. 0-liter engine is used in the 330i sedan 33,990); 330ci coupe 34,990); and 330ci convertible 42,400).  coupe and convertible prices include a slightly higher level of luxury equipment than in the sedans and wagon. All models come with a five-speed manual transmission, an unusually enthusiast-friendly policy even among sports sedans. It also adds an x to the model designation, thus 325xi and 330xi.  look for a super-high-performance m3 model this year. walkaround3 series styling represents a fresh rendition of a classic look. Bmw's traditional quad headlamps are enclosed in aerodynamic covers. The roofline is long and gracefully integrated into the rear deck. Though elegant and refined, the 3 series is striking in appearance.  yet these are practical sedans as well, roomier than the mercedes-benz c-class or even the front-wheel-drive audi a4, according to the government standard for measuring interior volume. There are vibration dampening devices throughout the car, including hydraulic mounts for the differential and front suspension.  bucking a worldwide trend, bmw uses inline-6 engines instead of v6 designs. Though it takes up more space, an inline-6 is considered to be inherently smoother by design than a v6. Indeed, bmw believes that six pistons lined up in a row run more smoothly than two banks of three pistons arranged in a v. Both 3 series inline-6s are improved and refined for 2001, with fully electronic throttle control, revised valve lift (but retaining steplessly variable valve timing) and a redesigned dual resonance intake system. These changes add up to more power and cleaner exhaust; except for all-wheel-drive models, all 3 series cars are now ultra low emissions vehicles.  the all-wheel-drive system on 325xi and 330xi models uses a planetary center differential to split drive torque 38/62 percent front/rear, preserving the rear-wheel-drive feel that bmw enthusiasts demand. All-season traction control (ast) and a specially calibrated version of bmw's dynamic stability control (dsc-x) enhance foul-weather safety. interiorthis is an interior designed for the business of driving. Bucket seats provide fine support without feeling hard, and come standard with six adjustments (manual on 325i sedans and wagons, power on coupes, convertibles, and 330i). The manual controls work well, though they are best used when the car is stationary. The 10-way power seats that come with the optional sport package are superb, adding more side bolstering for winding roads. The previously optional leather-covered steering wheel has been made standard for 2001, and it tilts and telescopes for optimum adjustment.  dashboard and door panels are rich in appearance, and appealing to the eye. Different trim packages offer a choice of myrtle wood inserts or plastic that looks like polished aluminum. The instruments themselves feature soft orange lighting, which help reduce glare at night; some people find orange instrument lighting easier on the eyes than other colors.  most switches fall intuitively to the driver's fingertips, but the 3 series interior is not without its faults. Like many european vehicles sold in markets that can't agree on which side to locate the steering wheel, the 3 series puts its window controls on the center console, requiring a glance down to open or close a windows. Having the controls on the doors would make them much easier to use. Automatic climate control and a microfilter ventilation system are standard; but the radio buttons look a bit too similar to the climate controls, so again a glance down is required to change radio stations. (optional volume and station controls located on the steering wheel address this.) unattractive shallow cupholders in the center console seem like an afterthought.  the back seat is roomy enough for two adults during a night on the town, but bear in mind that the 3 series is a compact. The trunk is small, the trunk opening is even smaller and the rear seats do not fold down.  sport wagons seem the perfect solution for enthusiast drivers who need some cargo capacity. When the car is unlocked, the rear hatch could be opened by touching the electric release above the license plate; the rear glass can be opened by pressing a button under the rear wiper. The rear cargo cover is nicely designed with a vinyl panel that easily slides out and hooks into place to hide valuables. Alternatively, a net slides up and hooks onto the ceiling to allow cargo to be piled to the ceiling. That's more than twice the 10. 7 cubic feet the sedan can handle. That makes the wagon a much better choice at the airport, though it doesn't have the cargo capacity of an suv or minivan. For more cargo space, it's easy to fold the rear seats down; and there's no need to remove the headrests. This reveals a nearly flat cargo area. It's plenty of room for two people involved in outdoor activities. Ski racks, bike racks and other accessories can be attached to the beefy roof rack rails.  front and front side-impact airbags come standard; new for 2001 is a more sophisticated airbag management system that activates only the belt tensioner for a belted occupant in a moderate collision, saving the airbag for unbelted passengers and/or really serious crashes. The system also shuts off both the belt tensioner and the airbag on the passenger side if that seat is not occupied, saving repair costs after an accident. Also standard (on all but the convertibles) are head-protection airbags that deploy from the headliner along the length of both sides of the cabin. Rear side-impact airbags are optional.  xenon high-intensity discharge low beams offer much better visibility on stormy nights and we recommend them as an option, even at $500. The 2. 5-liter engine doesn't develop the urgent thrust of the 3. 0-liter. But there's plenty of power here, and it's delivered smooth and linear with no significant dead spots or rushes. Just strong, gradual propulsion. It's so smooth, that it's easy to rev past the redline to where the rev limiter cuts back on the throttle. Bmw claims a 0-60mph time of 6. 4 seconds, vs. 7. 1 for the 325i. Both models top out at an electronically limited 128 mph.  changing gears with the five-speed manual gearbox is a smooth, satisfying operation. The shifter uses longer throws than in a sports car, but it's a precise movement befitting a world-class sports sedan.  the automatic transmission works superbly, always keeping the engine in the optimal power range. All automatics are five-speed steptronics. Pulling the lever to the left allows auto-manual downshifting and upshifting. This can be useful and entertaining in stop-and-go tr. Power Seats✔ Bucket Seats✔ Climate Control✔ Sport Package
Englewood, COEnglewood, CO 5 years at autoshopper.com
  • 113,253
  • 8,995 high price
  • Charleston, SC
  • 5 years
  • autoshopper.com
  • 113,253 blue automatic
2004 bmw 325 review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. These are indeed the ultimate driving machines. introductionthis is the benchmark. The bmw 3 series cars are the aspiration for every automaker building a sports sedan or smaller luxury sedan.  there's a good reason for that. The 3 series is superb. Whether it's the standard 325i or the high-performance m3, they are driver's cars. Dynamically, each is outstanding: a highly refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly. The 3 series puts drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them. Driving the sedan, coupe, convertible or sport wagon is a joy. They blend luxury and sport with high levels of quality, making living with them joyful as well. Their interiors are well equipped and comfortable.  other automakers are envious of the 3 series for another reason: it exemplifies consistency in product character and values. Bmw's 3 series cars have been the benchmark for entry luxury cars for some time, and we do not see this changing soon.  the competition may be gaining, but bmw is hardly sitting still. For 2004, the 3 series gets an extensive array of updates. The coupe and convertible are mildy restyled, front and rear, and there's more of just about everything: more technology, more standard equipment, more wheel design choices. 330 models now come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission, and bmw's trick sequential manual gearbox (smg) is offered on all rear-drive models. For entry luxury market shoppers who put a premium on driving satisfaction, the bmw 3 series remains the place to start. lineupthe popularity of the 3 series has produced a wide, sometimes confusing range of sedans, coupes, convertibles, and wagons. Ten models are available, varying considerably in price, power, and packaging, not to mention two versions from bmw's high-performance m division. The price spread from the bottom of the 3 series line to the top exceeds $30,000. All are based on the same chassis and all ride on the same 107. 3-inch wheelbase, but the coupes and convertibles do not share many body panels with the sedans and wagons.  two engines are available in the standard 3 series line, with a new variant of one of them for 2004. Both are inline six-cylinder engines. As the 3 series nomenclature indicates, 325 models get a 2. 5-liter engine, while 330 models get a 3. 0-liter engine. The sedan, coupe, and convertible are available with either engine; wagons are only available with the 2. 5-liter engine.  the 325i sedan 27,800), 325i sport wagon 30,400), 325ci coupe 30,100) and 325ci convertible 37,300) are powered by the 184-horsepower 2. 5-liter engine. The higher price of coupes and convertibles includes a slightly higher level of standard luxury equipment than the sedans and wagons.  the 330i sedan 34,600), 330ci coupe 35,600), and 330ci convertible 42,900) benefit from the 225-horsepower 3. 0-liter engine. In addition to the increased power, 330 models come with more standard equipment and mechanical upgrades. Two examples: v-rated tires in place of the 325's standard h-rated tires, and larger brakes. The 325xi 29,550) and 330xi 36,350) sedans and the 325xi sport wagon 32,150) offer much better traction and control in slippery conditions. They come equipped with hill descent control, which could prove helpful descending a steep, slippery driveway or back road.  the 3 series variants powered by the 2. 5-liter engine come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission; those powered by the 3. 0-liter engine are upgraded to a 6-speed manual for 2004. A superb zf-built 5-speed steptronic automatic 1,275) is optional on all models, while the 6-speed sequential manual gearbox 1,500) developed for and launched in the m3, is offered on all rear-drive 3 series models. Run-flat tires with tire pressure monitoring 300) are an option on 330 models.  most 3 series models come with a premium package 1,200-$3,300, depending on the model), which includes an auto dimming rearview mirror, a moonroof, myrtle wood trim, front seat memory and drivers lumbar support, leather upholstery, a multi-function trip computer, and the bmw assist system. Bmw assist provides telematic collision notification, an sos button, roadside assistance, locator and concierge services. In short, the 3 series is available with nearly all the convenience features offered on bmw's larger sedans, which is one reason prices can approach $60,000 for the m cars.  smart front and front side-impact airbags come standard. Also standard (on all but the convertibles) are head-protection airbags that deploy from the headliner along the length of both sides of the cabin. Rear side-impact airbags are optional 385). Bi-xenon high-intensity discharge headlamps 700) offer much better visibility on stormy nights and now aim around corners, but they sometimes annoy other drivers. Bmw's park distance control 350) works great, beeping to warn the driver of objects behind the car during parking maneuvers.  closely related to the standard 3 series are the m3 coupe . walkaroundwith their bold grilles, exotic-looking headlamps and short front and rear overhangs, the bmw 3 series cars are striking. These beauties have never been the subject of the bold/ugly debate currently swirling around bmw's 5 series and 7 series models.  the current-generation 3 series debuted in 1999. Each model is classic bmw: elegant and refined, but purposeful. The roofline is long and gracefully integrated into the short rear deck. The wheels fill the fenders wells to the flares and the body work seems wrapped tight, like it's stretched over muscle. If there was a picture in the dictionary of a sports sedan it would be a bmw 330i.  the quad headlamps are enclosed in aerodynamic covers. The optional bi-xenon lights include low and high beams; the outer lamps provide high-intensity discharge illumination on low and high beams, while the inner lamps augment the high beams with halogen lighting. Auto-leveling of the bi-xenon lamps is included, and for 2004 they actually turn into a curve as the car tracks through.  the sedan was the first of this latest generation 3 series to be launched. It shares its styling and most of its bodywork with the sport wagon. Subtle changes to the design of the 3 series sedans and wagons freshened their appearance in 2002 with redesigned front fascias, front and rear bumpers, grilles, headlamps, tail lamps, hoods, and fenders. Similar to the theme set by the new 7 series, the headlamps now tilt up at the trailing edges of the wraparounds, rather than tilting down as they have traditionally. Bmw also redesigned the shape of the cutouts below the headlamps. The front fascia now looks more like a true air dam, with round integrated fog lamps instead of small, thin rectangular lights. Character lines on the hood and front fenders were modified, and bmw's trademark dual-kidney grilles were widened. Bumpers, front and rear, have a simpler, cleaner look and redesigned taillights offer greater illuminated area.  coupe and convertible models were introduced for 2000, and for 2004 they benefit from a freshening similar to that undertaken on the sedan two years ago. The headlights now sweep upward as they wrap around the sides of the car. Even in a color as basic as white, the m3 attracts a lot of attention, particularly from enthusiasts who know that the special styling cues only hint at the car's performance potential. For 2004, the 330i performance package adds many of the same cues, creating the look of an m3 sedan (but without the m3 engine).  all 3 series variants have well-designed exterior door handles that are easy to grab. The trunk lift grips have been widened for 2004. All variants are equipped with a new technology bmw calls adaptive brake lights. Introduced on the 7 series, these illuminate more intensely, over a larger area, when the driver applies the brakes full-lock, or when the abs operates. The idea is to inform drivers in cars following the 3 series that it's stopping hard (and assumes the driver following knows how to decipher the signals). interiorthe 3 series interior is designed for the serious driver. The manual controls work well, though they are best used when the car is stationary. Power adjustments come standard on all models except 325i sedans. The 10-way power seats that come with some of the option packages are superb, adding more side bolstering for winding roads, and. Power Seats✔ Bucket Seats✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Navigation System
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Improving upon the ultimate driving machine benchmark, the 2006 BMW 3 Series is unequivocally the best car in the entry-luxury category. They accelerate, turn and stop with remarkable agility and balance, without seriously compromising comfort or common sense. Be sure to take advantage of owning this good-looking and fun 2006 BMW 3 Series AM/FM✔ Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Tachometer✔ Cruise Control✔ CD Player✔ Air Conditioning✔ Passenger Airbag✔ MP3 Player✔ Sunroof/Moonroof
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