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10 Biggest News Stories of the Week: Mazda CX-5 Trumps Toyota RAV4 Prime, Hyundai Palisade

By Matt Schmitz on December 11, 2019

Our comparison of the 2019 and 2020 Mazda CX-5 compact SUV tops this week’s list of Cars.com’s most popular stories. Read More
New Deadly Takata Airbag Defect Prompts 1.4M-Car Recall: What You Need to Know

By Fred Meier on December 5, 2019

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has posted a recall notice for about 1.4 million vehicles as a result of a new issue with Takata airbag inflators it sold from 1995 to 2000. The l... Read More
2006-2011 BMW 3 Series, M3: Recall Alert

By Patrick Masterson on November 3, 2017

CARS.COM Vehicles Affected: Approximately 673,000 model-year 2006-11 BMW 323i, 325i, 325xi, 328i, 328xi, 330i, 330xi, 335i, 335xi and M3 sedans; model-year 2007-11 328i xDrive, 335i xDrive and 33... Read More
Boston.com's view

October 15, 2000

Remember those little Beemers of the early-to-mid-’80s: They were petite boxes on wheels that became a status symbol for those just on the cusp of making it in the halcyon days of Reaganomics... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

August 6, 2000

There is a common sense to the 2000 BMW 323i Sport Wagon that escapes the American mind. We traditionally think of wagons as big, just as we do pickup trucks and sport-utility vehicles. We’... Read More
Cincinnati.com's view

July 8, 2000

Following its established practice, BMW first introduced its new 3-Series sedan, the top seller, followed by the coupe, and now, finally, the convertible. I’m here to tell you, sun-worshipper... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

December 10, 1999

BMWs are for folks who love to drive. Not only do they sit firmly on the road and knife through corners with the precision of plastic surgeon performing a face lift but their engines speak to yo... Read More
Boston.com's view

July 25, 1999

It looks like a BMW. It handles like a BMW. And it performs like a BMW. Ergo, it must be a BMW. But wait, it isn’t priced like a BMW — this vehicle sells for $26,400 MSRP. Say hello t... Read More
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
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