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2007 BMW 3 Series OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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NE
NE
Irvine, California
5.0
I love the way this car does everything. It lives up to the name.
The 328i that I own is one of the best cars you could buy. There is a reason why BMWs maintain such a good reputation. They handle well, look nice, and maintain their value. One of the most important things about BMWs is the fact that they are safe cars. Safety is a very high priority, especially to people with young children or younger drivers. Also, the car is meant for the driver so they are very comfortable to drive and have enough power in them to hold up to any other car. Not only that, but the reputation and prestige a BMW owner has cannot be compared. BMW is a legendary car and has a rich lineage of tradition, style, function and excellence that is unmatched by other cars in the industry. There is a reason why it is called the ultimate driving machine.
Jonathan
Jonathan
Manor, Pennsylvania
5.0
Wonderful car to drive. Practical, sporty, fun and classy.
Overall, this was an outstanding vehicle. It was comfortable, luxurious and handled extremely well. I liked the compact size of the car, it made it great for when I had to drive into the city. It was a really good-looking car too, especially when it was clean. The fact that it came with all-wheel drive is invaluable where I live, because we have cold snowy winters and hills everywhere. The performance was pretty good. It performed like an entry-level sports car. It had a stiff steering wheel, took corners very well, and had decent acceleration and could stop on a dime. It was really fun to drive. It had three drive modes—comfort, sport, and sport with manual shifting (car was an automatic). It was an entry-level trim car. It had good luxury features because it was a BMW but not as much as my current car or other BMWs of the time. The build quality was outstanding. Before the car was totaled, it had 120,000 miles or so on it, and there were never any rattles in it, despite being abused as a former corporate fleet vehicle. The construction held up well over time. What I didn't like was that nothing about the car was cheap. I had to use minimum of 91 octane gas, had frequent tire changes and alignments, and every replacement part was expensive. The car ran though. It ever failed me and never had anything more than routine maintenance. It was just expensive.