Bmw 323 1998

washingtonpost.com's view

October 16, 1998

BMW should begin its entry-level cars with the new 328i sedan. That would mean scrapping its 323-series models, but the sacrifice would be worth it. Those lower 3-Series BMW cars have Volkswagen ap... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

August 14, 1998

The first need is comfort. If a car isn’t comfortable, if it doesn’t feel right after 100 miles of travel, I don’t like it. The 1998 BMW 323is Coupe was not comfortable. The ste... Read More
AZCentral.com's view

June 13, 1998

Mention BMW automobiles, and you generally get one of two reactions: a curled-lip sneer from those who consider them symbolic of yuppie excess, or a happy nod from those who know them as athletic, ... Read More
Our view: 1998 BMW 323

February 25, 1998

A recent survey showed that an increasing number of former new-car buyers are now purchasing used iron because the freshly minted stuff has gotten so expensive. Clearly, affordability remains a se... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

December 27, 1997

When it comes to sports sedans, BMW wrote the book with its “3” series. These small, swift compacts always combine sports car manners with sedan accommodations. Of course, their pri... Read More