it's actually a though decision to make black burner. that was my 2nd beemer. the one i had before it was a z3> had problems with brake judders in the end. traded it for a 2006 3 series. enjoyed it's initial 4yr/50K worry free maintenance. but to my surprise, at 53K miles it's water pump gave up...only at 53k miles!!!(cost to repair is was $1600!!!for a stupid water pump). i have a 99 toyota rav 4 with 95K miles and no problems, and that happens to a bmw!. i was able to use the equity on that bmw to snatch a great bargain on this soul. actually, test drove a mazda2 first, but that dealership didn't want to agree with my price range. i did this to show bmw that it doesn't mean an owner owns a bmw, he'll be forever be loyal to that brand. they can suck at a fat one from now on! hahaHope you did the right thing. I know if I had a nice bmw i'd probaly keep it. I hear the maitnence is expensive though and such. Yes hip ride it is. The only thing i'd watch out for is the paint quality. I have had my car through some ruff ****. -20 plus rocks, winter highways trential rain storms so far so good Wish list is a custom paint job that's better quality than oem.
there must have been a major decision to shift from muscle to hip urban ride my decision was mainly based on practicality. at this day and age, we have to stretch the value of the dollarWelcome from ohio.
Going from a beamer to a soul is quite a change
I went from a ragtop mustang to a soul and so far I don't regret the decision. I just love my Soul
There is no substitute for Cubes unless it is Horse Power . I do love my cute, hip, urban ride as Im sure you love yoursthere must have been a major decision to shift from muscle to hip urban ride my decision was mainly based on practicality. at this day and age, we have to stretch the value of the dollar