2000 BMW 328 consumer reviews

$33,400 starting MSRP
side view of 2000 328 BMW
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.3
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4.4

Cool car

DO NOT BUY FROM HERE!!! Do NOT BUY FROM HERE!! Save your money & go else where!! You’re better off buying off of Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace!! Serg sold me a car & promised to fix a problem (which I have in his writing along with HIS signature) & when it came down to being a man of his word he did not deliver!! He gave me the run around for over a month, when I FINALLY stopped getting ignored & he decided to follow through, while my car got worked on he gave me this moldy loaner car to drive that had a check engine light amongst so many other problems & sent me on my way! He knowingly gave me a piece of crap car!!! After a full week of having my PAID FOR car in his possession the job has NOT been completed!! 2 weeks for a door to be fixed that should’ve been fixed over a MONTH ago! & his attitude & response the WHOLE time was “these things happen 🤷🏻‍♂️”. & he said he couldn’t give me a loaner vehicle that I could comfortably drive without worry of breaking down. & KEPT trying to put me in cars that he KNEW had problems!! & when I asked for a car with NO check engine light or any problems he shrugged me off & told me to just drive the car second piece of crap car he put me in. Trying to be cheap he did nothing but create a bigger problem than needed. This isn’t someone you want to spend your hard earned money with. This is a man who doesn’t give a xxxx about his customers!

5.0

Great Condition. Fully Loaded.

All Service Records. DMV Registration Paid Until 2020. 2000 BMW 528i. Great Condition. Fully Loaded. All Maintenance Records. Clean Title. DMV Registration Paid Until 02/2020. $1900.00 T. 310-390-1108.

4.4

Put 85k on in the last 5 years.

2001 328ci (coupe) MT Purchased 5 years ago at 80k DAILY DRIVEN up to its current 165k. Purchased the vehicle back when i was a toyota tech. After a couple years moved over to bmw and became thrilled to work on examples of my car with 230+k miles. I decided i was going to baby it and stick to maintenance schedules and see if i can hit 300k. This car has been VERY good to me. Everything on these cars has been well documented. Parts are available and doing a majority of the repairs can be done by any young ambitious person with some decent tools. Youll end up replacing alot of cooling parts over the years. But it can all be done very easily!( for example ive changed out an expansion tank and radiator witha couple sockets and a ratchet in probably 20 minutes. Aside from the cooling pieces you may need to swap its just been oil changes and tire rotations. Interior trumps many more modern cars by a long shot. I remember working on the newer bmws thinkin that the interiors werent even close to how well the e46 coupe interior was. The newer ones were functional and the e46s were sexy. To be blunt. Electrical has been solid and quirk free. No leaks ticks knocks smoke or complaints from the engine. Never a single misfire or stutter in our 5 years together. I truly respect this inline 6 engine( m52tub28 specifically) The engine is silent, absolutely vibration free. very stout and responsive. More than enough to get thru traffic on demand. Car handling is something youd have to experience. Its precise predictable and confident. Car excels on tight twisty roads. And rides as calm as the breeze on the freeway. 95mph feels as calm as 65mph. In summary Pros: Reliable -Easy repairs. Affordable if you shop around -Solid interior/ exterior design. Sexy.functional. -quiet, calm and quick. Stealthy i dare say. -responsive engine and handling - mostly oil changes abd tire rotations - tons of aftermarket support. -daily driver hot weather or cold Cons: Can be poorly maintained by previous owners DO YOUR HOMEWORK AND YOULL FIND A GEM. THEYRE OUT THERE. cooling system ( primarily expansion tank and radiator) can be problematic. Easy to replace. Done it roadside before. Not as expensive as youd think. bushings: long story short is there alot of them and when they go bad the ride feels a little more sloppy. Subframe mouting locations. Can tear or crack if abused. (Especially by previous owners) Can be felt as a 'clunk upon certain braking/acceleration situations. LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY I think ill keep this one. Might pull her off daily driver status this year and keep it as a weekend cruiser or date car. Still looks new and stands out from todays tasteless econoboxes. Im certain this car could go on another 10 years as a daily. She never complains and never hesitates. Dont let anyone tell you a bmw is hard to own. Do your research Buy the right one. Maintain it And you wont be dissatisfied

5.0

Most Reliable car I owned Got many compliments

Great car fun ride I never had any issues with it Bmw,s are made to last forever. This car handles well with awesome horsepower you cant miss out on owning one

5.0

Most Reliable car I owned Got many compliments

LOVE THIS CAR GREAT SHAPE GOOD RUNNING CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT VERY RELIABLE MADE TO LAST BMW ARE STRONG CARS SMOOTH RIDING MANY REASONS WHY NOT TO PASS THIS CAR UP

4.6

Best All-Round Car

This is an example of one of the best all-round cars you can get. Great interior ergonomics, classy styling, dynamic performance, this car checks off almost all the boxes. Had it for 7 years and I've enjoyed every minute with it.

4.7

It's a bmw!

It's a bmw need I say more? Well it's reliable, fast and handles like a car should. Like i said it's a bmw if you've driven one then you know what I'm talking about if u haven't then get one please.

3.7

Fun car to drive!

This car is sporty...and a fair price ! It is an automatic with 176595 miles. Priced to sell! Must see and test drive this nice ride.

4.3

2000 328i people think its late model sport sedan

Surprised by 22/29mpg vs 330i which gets 18/26mpg and just +20hp more but 330 has loose steering rack which road test mags complain about and higher insurance. 330 e46 has exact same engine 2.8L but with diff cams, exhaust and body kit which all can be upgraded. My 328i has Dinan $240ecu tune and K&N intake $250 after 17yrs those new upgrades with new 3spoke sport wheel really makes the car feel fast and i fixed the dings and scratches for a few hundred and the paint still looks like new, titanium silver metallic won't show swirls and shows the lines on the car which is why German auto shows like to display their cars in silver. 3 series e46 is still compact so it corners like many FWD in tight parking lots and side streets but it is RWD which keeps the steering control where FWD and Quattro audi will jerk the wheel. With A/S sport tires the car grips the road as if it's AWD 0-60 is 6.2sec with bolt ons and tune and gets under 30mpg and is only $40/month for max insurance coverage for adult. The pumps and plugs and coils and brake are reasonable costs OEM vs 5 & 7 series or X SUV series with V8 & turbos will run high in repair cost . With 100k miles i am reluctant to sell it for a late model BMW money pit out of warranty. Good trunk space to fit a wheel chair, great visibility and handling and road feel is becoming hard to come by at affordable cost and still is safe family car vs 2 seat Jap FWD car. Good road trip car as well, motor sings on highway pass which is what it's gearing is designed for passing semi trucks and merging on highway is good fun and i feel confident making passes.

5.0

Looks great and is reliable!

Had the car for almost 2 decades and still looks like new and runs well for the amount of time owned!