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Hiii, from So. Cal. Ready to purchase my first Bimmer!

Hi everyone, after driving an Infiniti for a while, I'm looking for my very first Bimmer. Any suggestions? Im a 26 Asian female whos always on the go so hopefully one that is pretty good on gas milage.
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What sort of driver are you?
What sort of driving do you do (highway or inner city)?
Do you want a convertible?
Do you need 4 doors to carry passengers?
What image are you wanting to convey?
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Thanks for the welcome and tips! Brettski, I'm a pretty easy going driver, mostly on the freeway, I would actually love a convertible but not sure how much more they are. 2 or 4 door is fine with me. Image, hummm I'd have to think about that one.
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