Space up front is adequate, but the rear is sufficient only for two on a narrow seat. For further details you can reach me at two zero three two five three five one five zero. A power top stows beneath a solid rear cover. It made me conclude that these vehicles do not go beyond 250K often. Seats held up very well while the car was kept in the garage, but seams are splitting after being kept in the driveway over the last 12 years. The driver side carpet is a tad ripped due to someone driving it in high heels by the looks of things, but otherwise the interior is very hardy.
I had to crank the stereo way up when I drive on the freeway. Just replaced the 3rd muffler, the car is low and speeding over bumps causes pin holes in the muffler, which get loud over time. I've had other cars this age and had fewer problems, especially with such low mileage. Automatic transmission is slow to respond. What I don't like about the car: The car is very noisy, especially the wind noise.
If you treat it well, it will reward you with the ultimate driving experience. The trim on the car is excellent and all the glass is also. The power window's all work and the automatic power-top is very easy to put open and close. The tan leather seats are absolutely beautiful and show minimal patina. In town, though, that 5-speed needs to be shifted often. It was a multilink set-up, which helped maintain the 3-Series' position as the market sector's best handling car.
With only 60,053 Miles this car is highly collectible as the E30 body style is getting harder and harder to find in this fine condition. It's a very solid car overall. Performance in general is adequate with automatic, but these cars are best enjoyed with the highly inviting 5-speed manual gearbox. Yes Review Date: 12th October, 2015 Faults: Water pump weak. Faults: Well I just bought the car. No snags or holes and it has a clear rear window.
Model year 1992 Year of manufacture 1992 First year of ownership 2014 Most recent year of ownership 2014 Engine and transmission 1. When driving the car you will notice it has a lot of power and the transmission shifts very smooth through all the gears. The root cause is a sticking ignition switch. Mechanically she is excellent as well. Rear suspension trailing arm bushes. The 3-Series was all new for 1999.
There are no scratches or dents, the body is Laser-straight. This car is worth every penny I spend, including the yearly service. Convertibles, however, stuck with the previous design until 1994. Interior volume expanded only modestly. I still have a vacuum leak. Year of manufacture 1992 First year of ownership 2004 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 2. The biggest change technically - apart from that sleek new styling - was the fitment of a new independent rear suspension set-up, known as the Z-axle.
The trunk floor is flat, with a large opening. A sport suspension joined the option list. Otherwise I'd say the reliability is very, very average. Love the performance and the way this car still handles. General Comments: Everything about this car is durable and reliable, and continues to perform well after 20 years. The back seat is excellent and the soft top on the car is original. General Comments: When bought new in 1992, the design was fantastic, and after all these years it is still a good looking car.
Acceleration is swift and smooth at higher engine speeds, but early models suffered a shortage in low-end power, feeling somewhat lethargic until they revved past 3000 rpm or more. Parts prices can be an issue, but normal wear and tear items cost no more than Japanese models. My mechanic says this car is so easy to work on, it even came with its own tool chest. During this time, the major repairs included: 5th year: Water pump leaked. At launch, the engine line-up comprised of in-line four-cylinders and a collection of straight-sixes, all of which were as brilliant as before. My driving age grandchildren now understand why I still have this car.
Lifting the trunk top allows the water to drain Re-painted car in 2003, because of a 1993 dent that was neglected. Antilock brakes deliver commendable stopping power and excellent sensitivity. The car is listed locally and I reserve the right to end the auction early. Nothing worked on this vehicle, despite all the repairs. Replaced convertible top when the car was under warranty, mistake.
My fuel economy started off terribly, but the reason for this is because some previous nit-wit owner had fitted a 14v truck battery to it. Water leak since 2003, in the brake light on top of the trunk. Standard fittings included a driver-side airbag and antilock brakes. Switching from a single overhead camshaft to dual cams, the inline 2. Called the 323, the new model was available only in coupe and convertible bodystyles. A 5-speed manual transmission has been standard all along. The engine start's right up and runs super smooth.