This is my first BMW to see if the hype is real. After owning this car for 5 mos I can say that it is real. This 3 wagon handles great with all controls being very linear and with good feedback. When driven mellow with little passengers the ride is very comfortable and controlled, not harsh and bouncy like some other sporty cars. This is a great combo for parents who need some practicality for hauling little ones around, but don't want to give up driving fun.
2008 328i Convertible
2008 BMW 328Don W - Half Moon Bay, CA05/15/2017
The car is clunky. As soon as I got it on the freeway home I noticed a lot of rattles somewhere in the top mechanism. Nothing obvious so I just deal with it. It's also a bit hard to get in and out of considering my 6'3" frame. No worries on that as I knew that going in. It's why I didn't get a X4.
A Joy To Drive
2011 BMW 328Michelle McClelland - Sugar Land, TX08/26/2016
Fun to drive mid-size sports sedan! This BMW 328i has plenty of power. Than handling is pure German luxury. I discovered there was a bit of road noise, but that was because of the run flat tires. I've had other BMW's in the past, but this one takes the cake. A pure joy to drive!
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