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Phoenix7's 1995 BMW 325i
The E36 was the first major departure from the design, styling, and proportions of the BMW 2002. When comparing the E36 with the E30, it was larger, wider, and slightly bigger in every dimension.

The windshield was slightly slanted, rather than the straight-up design of the previous models. The aerodynamics further improved and as a side-benefit, reduced road and wind noise. With the increase in vehicle size, the interior room increased for passengers and the engine compartment could accommodate larger engines and a 50/50 weight distribution.

The front suspension was still MacPherson strut design but the rear suspension received a new 'Z-axle' featuring a multilink system. The rack-and-pinion steering, disc brakes and ABS were carried over from the E30.

Under the hood lurked a new 24-valve dual-overhead-cam aluminum six-cylinder engine capable of producing 189 horsepower. When equipped with a five-speed transmission, the 325i could propel from zero-to-sixty in 6.9 seconds.

  • CAI
  • Comforti Chip
  • OBX catback
  • 16x8 BBS mesh wheels
To Be Installed
  • H&R Sport Springs
  • Headers
This BMW took over DD duties to give my 7s a break. So far it's been good to us; I need to buy some shocks and then it's done. 25 MPG City, 30 MPG+ highway. Handles well and enough power to keep the commutes from being boring.
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