There are several different types of BMW's, and at the end of a few numbers there is an "ic" "ci" "xi" "is" "i"...u get the idea. But what exactly do these letter mean? Second question; I am looking for a used BMW with 80k miles or less on it from a price range up to 15,000$. If i am going to spend my money that i work for on a BMW i want the right one (as i hope most would). I want a car with a vertically opposed or incline 6 cylinder engine, drives well
, thats able to become a street rally car, and has many choices when it comes to customization and or aftermarket parts, Turbo compatibility, and a good interior setup, preferably a coupe, front rear or all wheel drive is dependent on how long the car will last b/c this investment needs to be the right one. secondly to my second point!
i have heard that there is a "manumatic" transmisison setup, i dont want this, but i do want something along the same lines. Bear with me here, imagine a manual drive car, that can be an automatic, WITHOUT the straight column shifting function. okay so once more, it is like any other manual car with 5 speeds and shifts left right foward and back, that can be changed w/ a push of a button to an automatic transmission. Does this exist or not?
Thanks for reading and all help is appreciated