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I just got a BMW x3 2.5i as my first car, im 17yrs old and i cant complain. I personally love the style, i think its hot, even though the bumper should be the same color as the car. I was wondering what other people thought of it.
I've seen a tuned up one with a body coloured bumper set (biggest hate=black plastic) 20's, tints and a supercharged 3.0
I just can't understand why they'd risk making it when it's so close to the X5 and is very similar in looks, dimensions and price. It's a gamble but at the end of the day it's a BMW so it'll sell no problem.
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Originally posted by bimmerfan87@Jun 28 2004, 11:45 PM I just got a BMW x3 2.5i as my first car, im 17yrs old and i cant complain. I personally love the style, i think its hot, even though the bumper should be the same color as the car. I was wondering what other people thought of it.
As a first car, I think it's excellent. I would have killed for a car like the X3 when I was 17. Congrats.
I personally don't think the looks of that car is all that great, but it's really only your opinion that matters. If you love the car, love driving it, and it makes you feel like a PIMP...then be happy with it. I think a lot of the people you may find on this forum may be a bit older and have different taste. To each's own.
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