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Old 05-08-2012, 01:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i want to buy a bmw i need help.

Hello all. My name is brandon and I live in America . I recently qualified for a BMW bonus in the company I am in. They will pay me $600.00 usd a month for owning or leasing a new or used 2007 and newer BMW. I am a car enthusiasts but have never owned or thought of owning a BMW. I was looking for some guidance. I want a nice fast car that looks good and I can customize easily. Any suggestions would be appreciated
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Welcome to the Werkz.

The choice of a car is a very personal thing which depends on a vast array of criteria, your options are vast in the BMW range, Convertible, Two Door, Four Door, Saloon, Wagon (Touring), two wheel drive, four wheel drive, SUV. Then comes your budget, your choice of power plant, planned customisations and the personal requirements (family, hobbies, pets and work related).

What style of vehicle are you typically drawn towards, that will give us a starting point.
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The E90 335i is currently the most tunable car in the lineup. A simple tune, intake and exhaust and it can be faster then an M3.
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sedan or coupe i dont want a convertible, i was thinking either a 335 or a 135 . it has to be 2007 and newer and they will pay $600 toward the car. i drove a 328xi today, it wasnt verry peppy and then i drove a 135i m sport.(not a 1 series M) it was awesome had some M styling and the m wheels. It was nice i couldnt really push into it though with the salesman in the car but it was nice. it had the 7 speed dual clutch auto.
I want M power and speed but not the M price tag so like lord vader said an intake and a tuner and make a 335 faster than an m3 could i do that with the 135? power to weight has to be better out of the box than a 3 series right?
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I'm not se if the 135 shares the same engine as the 335, but of it does then the same engine modifications are entirely possible. I personally don't like the stylig of the 1 Series. Im a four door whore so I would pick the sedan anyway of te week. I find em better looking and more practical.
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Go the 335 is your choice of body, I am with LV, they appeal to my choice in styling, but ultimately its got to be your decision. Let us know what you end up with, and post some photos of what you are looking at.
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