I am weight challenged (fat) and I love this car. But I can't get in and out without a big struggle, so I hate this car. The salesman told me it was like new shoes and would get more comfortable as I drove it, but that was a lie.
2003 BMW 330i automatic w/ sport package
2003 BMW 330bmw fan - Arlington, VA12/31/2007
Overall great car with an ideal blend of sport and luxury. The engine has a good amount of low-end torque for smooth city driving, quiet at highway speeds. The car handles great. This car is as solid as a rock, as evidenced among other things by that "thump" when one closes the door. Negatives are few. The cabin is a little tight, especially in back. Also the automatic transmission is one of the most dreadful: shifts are abrupt, it holds gears too long, worse gas mileage and is just an overall disaster; if you can drive manual go that way.
2002 BMW 330Renee Fell - Baltimore, MD08/19/2011
After owning several vehicles, from Hyundai to Mercedes Benz, I have finally found a true gem. My 2002 BMW 330 Ci is amazing - never showing its age. All the components this car has are compatible if not exceeding 2011 vehicles. The German engineering really shines in how progressive the design actually is. The acceleration is unbelievable and the car is timeless. I recommend the BMW 330 Ci to anyone who wants a fun, classy and very safe driving experience. And I thought with my Benz, it couldn't get any better - I was wrong.
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