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Originally Posted by lakewolf View Post
Once you've had a bimmer you'll never consider something different
The 3er (and 5er, too) is a great all-round car, but if you want a sport driving experience, compare to Lotus, Porsche, Subaru STi and Mitsu EVO, or for all out performance, the z06. Me: I'm an e36 to STi convert.
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post
Clarkson called it the 'Coxster' because it was like a coupe Boxter, which had me LMAO. But, it's still a beautiful car, one of the better Porsches in terms of styling. They catch my eye.

The Cayman is one of the most gorgeous Porsches ever imho. They drive well also. Possibly my next car.

[knocks on wood]
post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post
I currently have a 325i (2002) with 70k miles and am looking to trade it in.

I am considering either buying a CPO 2005 similar 325i with 20-30k miles on it, or get a brand new lease.

thoughts?

BMW build quality usually improved with model age, so a late e46 (old style 3er)
might be a safer (and cheaper) bet than a new e92 (new 3 coupe). If you lready
have an e46 and you like it enough to consider aoth e46, why not just keep
the car you have now for a couple more years ?
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