2003 BMW 330

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$34,800 - $42,900
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Engine Engine 3.0LI-6
MPG MPG 20 City / 30 Hwy
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2003 330 Overview

This is the benchmark.The BMW 3 Series cars are the aspiration for every automaker building a sports sedan or mid-size luxury sedan.

There's a good reason for that.The 3 Series cars are superb.Whether it's the 325i or the M3, these are terrific driver's cars.Each of them is dynamically outstanding, a highly refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly.These cars put drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them.Driving them is a joy.Their blend of luxury and sports and their high levels of quality makes living with them joyful as well.Their interiors are well-equipped and comfortable.

Another reason automakers are envious of the 3 Series is that it exemplifies BMW’s consistency in product character and value.The 3 Series cars have been the benchmark for quite some time now and we do not see this changing in the near future.

2003 brings only minor changes to the line.Among them: The available BMW Onboard Navigation System has been re-engineered.Sedans add a center rear head restraint as standard equipment.BMW's Full Maintenance Program now covers four years or 50,000 miles, up from 3/36,000 previously.
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2003 330 Overview

This is the benchmark.The BMW 3 Series cars are the aspiration for every automaker building a sports sedan or mid-size luxury sedan.

There's a good reason for that.The 3 Series cars are superb.Whether it's the 325i or the M3, these are terrific driver's cars.Each of them is dynamically outstanding, a highly refined machine that corners, accelerates, and stops swiftly.These cars put drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them.Driving them is a joy.Their blend of luxury and sports and their high levels of quality makes living with them joyful as well.Their interiors are well-equipped and comfortable.

Another reason automakers are envious of the 3 Series is that it exemplifies BMW’s consistency in product character and value.The 3 Series cars have been the benchmark for quite some time now and we do not see this changing in the near future.

2003 brings only minor changes to the line.Among them: The available BMW Onboard Navigation System has been re-engineered.Sedans add a center rear head restraint as standard equipment.BMW's Full Maintenance Program now covers four years or 50,000 miles, up from 3/36,000 previously.Hide Full Review