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Bmw Z3 1997

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

September 20, 1997

Just like you, I’ve wanted to drive this sexy Bavarian treat for a long time. But four cylinders? Hardly seemed worth it. Now there are six. Trust me, it’s worth it. This car is s... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

May 27, 1997

BMW’s Z3 was the first of the new German roadsters to hit the market, but its 1.9-liter, four-cylinder engine didn’t quite have the zip for which BMW is known. Now comes the Z3 2.8.... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

May 22, 1997

Back in the ’50s and ’60s when sports cars from Great Britain ruled the American road, the pecking order from bottom to top went like this: MG, Triumph, Austin-Healey and Jaguar. Each ... Read More
Our view: 1997 BMW Z3

February 21, 1997

Little Noddy, the main character in a series of English children’s books, has a teeny-weeny car that goes “parp, parp.” I was reminded of this the other day, when I picked up my w... Read More
The Detroit News's view

February 21, 1997

The roadster revival seems to be one of the main automotive themes of 1997. Just look at the Plymouth Prowler, the Porsche Boxster and Mercedes SLK – all in the $35,000-$45,000 price range. B... Read More
AZCentral.com's view

January 9, 1997

The beautiful BMW Z3 roadster, teased into our minds by countless magazine photos and a cameo part in a James Bond movie, was hotly anticipated by the time it arrived for 1996. Here was the first... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

January 5, 1997

We drove and reported on BMW’s two-seat Z3 (Cartalk, March 10) when it cameout with only a 1.9-liter, 138-h.p., 4-cylinder engine that was noticeablyunderpowered. Now a 2.8-liter, 189-h.p. in... Read More