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#1 (permalink) Old 07-18-2005, 10:41 PM
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whta are the differences between the two 323is or 328is like a 98 or 99 im looking at buying one and wnated to knwo if the engine is better in the 328is like faster or if it just has like wood on the inside so if yo guys would let me know that would be great!!!
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i have a 98 323is... it has a I-6, 2.5l 168 HP... the 328is, has I-6 2.8l and 190 HP... the exteriors are identical.. the 328 has the 18button OBC, and prolly some other features that the 323 doesn't have... hope this helps!

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I have a '97 328i, and the only real difference as cruzin said was the actual engine, almost any car could have the same trim levels and options, its just that the 328 probably has more of the options standard.

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what is the obc i think thats what it was? thats not much horse power 168 for the 323i my 86 325es had 121
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i think the 328 has rear vented brake rotors
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