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    Thinking of getting one of these, lovely to drive and seem fast. Just want opinions on how they look. Do they look dated? Its facelift saloon. Thanks guys.

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    The M Sport ones look ok with the mv2 alloys. The non sport ones look a bit gash tho. What engine / spec you looking at?

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    I had a 98 325 coupe. Although it was looking quite dated it was in great nic and drove really well! Oh, and it was ****** quick!!

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    "Seem fast" - that depends entirely on which engine your budget stretches to.

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    ive had a 330cl in the past - pants of a car, very and i mean very basic interior and talk about slow - cant have had it for more then 2 months.

    It would take something really special before i bought a beamer again.

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    would prefer a 5 series myself over a 3 series i found the vectra drives much better on motorway than the 3 series
    make sure you get a 6 cylinder one much better engine

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    I test drove a 320 a while back and was fairly tempted, until last winter when I saw loads of them scattered around the roadside, or stuck on their own drive because of a couple of inches of snow! Not just beemers though, mercs as well.

    I would still have one, but I would budget for a good set of winter tyres as well!

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    bms look ok from the outside but interior wise i think there dull and boring to be honest

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    i chopped in my lovely vec sri for a lovely looking 325ci msport a few years ago after wanting one for a while,was a gorgeous car and was fully loaded with kit but engine was a huge dissapointment,sounded superb but struggled to keep up with a 2.2 vectra sri ! u have to rev that particular engines nuts off and when u changed gear it was back to square one and having to wait for power to kick in again! no torque! had it a few weeks ,got scunnerd and chopped it in for lovely peacock sri vec cdti! nuff said lol

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    Bit bland inside but so smooth and balanced drive. Can see why they hold value. I want a 335d m sport next

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