Bmw 328 1999

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Orlando Sentinel's view

Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on June 10, 1999

Evolution, not revolution, best describes the new version of BMW's highly popular 328i. There was no need for BMW to make drastic changes to this car, ... Read More
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Star-Telegram.com's view

Star-Telegram.com's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on April 11, 1999

I'm going to do two things in this review to try to keep from looking stupid to BMW fans. I'm not going to call the cars "Beamers," and I promise to try to keep the term "V-6" completely... Read More
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Detroit Newspapers's view

Detroit Newspapers's view

By Tony Swan on December 10, 1998

Not too long ago, the Lexus ES 300 emerged from a week of my not-so-tender mercies with the coveted Detroit Free Press four-steering-wheel rating, reserved for vehicles we judge to be best in thei... Read More
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Our view: 1999 BMW 328

Our view: 1999 BMW 328

By Al Haas on December 3, 1998

The last-generation BMW 3-Series sedans were good lookers, great drivers, and a box-office success. But these new-for-'92 sport sedans were also getting long in the tooth. And in the automoti... Read More
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The Detroit News's view

The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on November 18, 1998

The BMW 3 series has been called the archetype of the sport sedan, a concept invented by the German automaker more than 30 years ago and since copied by everyone from Mazda to Mercedes. So you can... Read More
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washingtonpost.com's view

washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on 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 ... Read More
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chicagotribune.com's view

chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on August 23, 1998

Standing in the grocery store checkout line, you notice that the guy in front of you pays for his sack of tofu with a credit card, which not only buys the evening meal but also earns frequent-fl... Read More
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KansasCity.com's view

KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on July 30, 1998

Chris Bangle said it best. The new 3-series, he said, is the answer to this question: When the current car goes to bed at night, what kind of car does it dream of becoming? It wants to be the ulti... Read More