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Owners' Reviews

1997 BMW 328i Reviews and Owner Comments

 
1997 BMW 328i
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1997 BMW 328i Owner Reviews (6 reviews)
  • 1997 BMW 328i
    Visitor, Kansas City, MO, October 23, 2011 19:51
    my pastors wife has a real bad oil leak
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  • 1997 BMW 328i
    Bavgirl, Vancleave, MS, October 03, 2011 17:28
     Rookie
    I love this car. This is my second BMW. My first was a 1974 Bavaria. That is where my love affair with the inline six started. I have an e36 with a manual trans that I purchased in January of 2010 I have put 10k on it since then. I bought the car when it was in need of a wiper control module, on board computer, drive shaft and flex disc, front brakes, tires and a wheel alignment. Knowing where to buy parts really helped keep my total bill including purchase under 4500. I have a few interior problems that are all cosmetic and just two days ago one of the seat motors in the driver's seat went out. I also had some very broken wires in the trunk lid harness that took me a couple of months to finally fix (me being lazy...whole repair process took less than 1 hour). All in all my car is in very good shape for a teenager. I am a mother with one of my children in a car seat... no tether system and the rear center belt is a PAIN to tighten. That would be the one draw back. Fuel economy is hovering at 29 mpg, power is there to be had, drives like she is on rails. I have a couple of minor problems like the oil pan is seeping (no drips) and the front strut mounts are still cracked, but those will get done in time. One piece of advice if you are considering this car. Keep up on the inspections and maintenance. They are pricey. You can save some money if you are mechanicly inclined, but do not attempt anything other than minor repairs with a Haynes manual. They do not share some of the nuances and tricks that are required to succesfully repair your bimmer. I hope you enjoy driving yours as much as I LOVE driving mine!!
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  • 1997 BMW 328i
    Visitor, Walnut, CA, July 20, 2011 17:09
    I got a tune up on my 1997 bmw 328i recently, and now the check/maintence light comes on? What could be the cause?
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  • 1997 BMW 328i
    Visitor, Polk City, IA, July 19, 2010 12:23
    my passenger seat motor when out and i think my front axe is bent but its still handles nice and the acceration is UNBELIEVEABLE
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  • 1997 BMW 328i
    Visitor, Los Angeles, CA, June 24, 2010 13:13
    Great classic BMW. Smooth inline 6 cylinder engine with plenty of power to keep up with the new cars. Great steering and handling. I have the convertible with 160k+ miles and have no problems. Original top is still going strong. Back plastic window is cloudy due to age so I wish it had a glass rear window. Trip computer is pretty good for 1997 vintage. I just had the beak pads changed and the price was not bad. $350.
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  • 1997 BMW 328i
    shauncope, Oakland, CA, October 30, 2008 19:00
     Enthusiast
    Overall a great vehicle but like most others once it has even the slightest bit of damage, either body or engine, it is never the same even after extensive repairs. It also develops a very annoying issue with the heating and coolin system
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