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Our BMW 320i

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  1. Homer_Bart is offline SL65_AMG_Madness
    Location: Singapore
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    Default Our BMW 320i

    This is the family's BMW E90 320i. Bought it on last year's September for SGD$139,000 (US$69,000).

    No mods yet, since we're planning to buy another larger car, like the Volkswagen Touareg or an Audi Q7, in a few months' time.

    Here are the pics!








  2. SergeBMW is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: London
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    Ohh I love the 3ers! My dads looking to buy an 07 or 08 soon.

    Really nice car.

  3. KoenigseggBG is offline Made in 1994
     
    Location: Varna, Bulgaria
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    Nice, although I`m not a BMW fan.

  4. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    Nice dreier.
    The 2.0 is a great engine!

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  5. Aquila DK is offline is Tom Kristensen :D
    Location: Denmark
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    Nice

    "Supercars are designed to mess with G forces, hypercars are designed to mess with G strings." - Jeremy Clarkson
    Noobs are great, everybody should own one

  6. SLRRR is offline Ace
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    Nice one



  7. a nugget is offline BNR34 FTW!!!
    Location: Over there
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    $69,000! in the US they are like $40,000, but nice car

  8. StrickenHAWK? is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: Australia
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    rich people..nice car






  9. gingervette is offline Corvette = Win
     
    Location: Kentucky, USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon_Fit »
    $69,000! in the US they are like $40,000, but nice car
    we can't actually get the 2.0 over here, the smallest engine we can get in the 3 series is the 2.8, which, as he said, is $33,000 (starting price, no options).

    Makes no sense to me why you guys are paying more money for a smaller engine, they are ripping you off.
    U mad bro?

  10. RazvanWWA1 is offline G'z
    Location: Romania
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    Very Good looking car !

  11. oldi is offline Speed Racer
    Location: Germany
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    In Germany that one costs about 30.000€ (45.000US$). Its a really nice car

  12. Homer_Bart is offline SL65_AMG_Madness
    Location: Singapore
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    Yep, it's a nice car, and a reliable one at that too! So far, at 65,000km, nothing's broken and nothing feels like it's about to break anytime soon.

    And another thing is, don't be fooled by the so-called complaints made agaisnt the hard suspension/ride of the car, caused by the runflats. If you live in a city with properly paved roads (i.e. Singapore), then the ride is most comfortable. It feels as though you're sitting inside an agile mosquito, you won't feel afraid when the car is making sudden maneuvers, because the car stays planted to the road.

    To date, I'm really loving this car!

  13. Car Freak is offline loves dirt too
    Location: Singapore
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    "agile mosquito"?


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  14. Homer_Bart is offline SL65_AMG_Madness
    Location: Singapore
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    ^ yeah, mosquitoes are agile aren't they? :P

  15. veloceGT is offline Live Smart, Look Sharp.
    Location: Australia
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    Haha, good luck getting your family to do mods to your car.

    Anyways; Hello Homer_Bart tis LeMans GTR!

  16. Car Freak is offline loves dirt too
    Location: Singapore
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer_Bart »
    ^ yeah, mosquitoes are agile aren't they? :P
    You're officially a certified weirdo, you know that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark
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  17. Minime891 is offline .
     
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    I dont think that people understand the pricing of cars, the car price goes up and down because of the tax the car company has to pay on it, depending on the country. So he is not getting ripped off, thats just how much it costs in his country.

  18. Car Freak is offline loves dirt too
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    Finally! Someone who understands what's going on!


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  19. Homer_Bart is offline SL65_AMG_Madness
    Location: Singapore
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    Quote Originally Posted by veloceGT »
    Haha, good luck getting your family to do mods to your car.

    Anyways; Hello Homer_Bart tis LeMans GTR!
    Hello LeMans boy!
    Nah, they won't mod it, since it doesn't make money $en$e to them. My dad says he'd rather save the money for a nicer car, probably a new M5/XF-R/Panamera in a year or 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Car Freak »
    You're officially a certified weirdo, you know that?
    When have I said I am not weird?

    Quote Originally Posted by minime891 »
    I dont think that people understand the pricing of cars, the car price goes up and down because of the tax the car company has to pay on it, depending on the country. So he is not getting ripped off, thats just how much it costs in his country.
    Well, in Singapore, there's a 100% import tax...
    So that drive prices of things up quite a lot.

    Still, the main reason for the skyhigh prices is due to the government. It wants people to take the nowhere-to-sit trains and take the snail-slow buses, and keep people/rust buckets/bangers/Datsuns away from hogging the road. It works, somehow, but not every system is perfect. The fact is, it's based on meritocracy, if you're rich, you can have any car you like. But if not, you can have the buses.

  20. cis4care is offline Resident candle pokerer
    Location: Roja, Latvia
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    That's a sweet ride!



 

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