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Old 08-10-2005, 03:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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im looking at getting a 318 e36 model and i was wondering if the ever came out with leather interior or eletric seat all the ones i have seen dont so im assuming that they didnt come out with them can ne1 help me
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Old 08-10-2005, 08:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I know that they do have leather.. i am almost sure they could have pwr as well. My old 95 318 had heated leather, but was manual..
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Leather, sun roof, 6disc changer, heated seats, basically everything that normally consitiutes "loaded" on a simliar year car. However, according to kbb.com power seats were not an option. Also another thing to think about is tilt steering wheel is a very rare option. So make sure you can get comfortable without the tilt steering, or be ready to take a lot of time to find one with tilt steering.
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thanx that helps a lot i look foward to joining the 318 club
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enjoy the good MPG handling and good excelleration when taken care of. Upgrade the chip, intake, exhaust, short shifter, throttle body and you will have a very nice car with fairly good exceleration and speed. The handling is the best of the 3 series both E36 and E46. I take a set of twisties near my house at about 60 with eas. I test drove my friends E46 330 and it can barly take them at 40. Although at those speeds the chasis twist (need a strut bar)



When you buy your 318 you MUST change the spark plugs&wires, oil&filter, fuel filter, O2 sensor, and air filter ASAP. This is th emajor cause as to why many people think that a 318 is beyond slow. There not as fast as the other 3 series but not slow.

If your stuborn about uping to a 325 or 328 then have the engine balanced and a port & polish. Keep it at 1.8L and take it to autocross to have fun.
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