But the new 135i has the N54 engine instead of the N55, right? For snow tires, there are a lot of decent options. If they can do good work on a supercar, I recommend them to anyone who gets as nervous as I do about trusting your car to someone new. Do more than kick the tires. I live in Quebec city. . Just take it easy on the options.
They do wear out rather quick. I tested a 128i convertible with the 230- inline-six-cylinder engine. The 328i for 2009 — 2011 gets better than average ratings. Don't want to deal with mechanic bills after the warranty expires? As a customer, I can tell you that it is one place you will return to because you can trust them. Well, I suppose in Toronto you are in the part of Canada that gets real winters.
So I rolled down my window to talk to them. I found them to be professional, in that they gave me excellent service, explained the issues concerning my car and the costs associated with the repairs. The staff and mechanics don't just shrug and give up when the problem isn't obvious but keep at it until they determine what is wrong and repair it. My insurance is very reasonable, it's a new car after all, and if you are over 25 and have a clean file it shouldn't be too much. The engine is smooth, powerful and returns relatively good fuel economy. Love this place and my little car. I love the cheap manual seats, they fit my upper body better than the electrics.
My problems with them are: 1. Has anyone recently purchased a 128i or have long term experience driving one? If you can find one with a manual transmission and minimal options no Nav as those have a tendency to blow out after a few years anyway , go for that one for the best long-term reliability prediction. The basic car will be the same, but the cost will drop dramatically. Mine has 14K km on the clock and I love it more everyday. But the new 135i has the N54 engine instead of the N55, right? I have had this problem for over three years. Both models feature a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic. Finance, the car is yours, but you make payments, at default they claim the car.
After looking over it , I decided that the H2 Hummer they had for sale was not for me. The listing matched exactly to what I saw in person. I'm not sure if they have found a fix for it, though I never had the problem. One of the advantages of a retractable hardtop is that it lets the convertible keep the sleek lines of its coupe counterpart. Though I did have a few problems with the radio but nothing mechanical.
Prescott Import Car Service is a five-star business with five-star employees. Room for legs in front is large, but not so in back which is quite limited. You can even get a space-saver spare or a mobility kit I bought the Continental one from Tirerack to give more piece of mind. What do you recommend in terms of the tires? Otherwise, there is a good chance the engine will need costly repairs. I told them Both that I didnt have a interest in their H2 Hummer.
You must have many, many years of driving experience with a clean record if you are paying so little for 2 cars. I helped do one on an X3 with the same N52 and it was kind of a pain but doable. I live in Toronto, Canada so I have to deal with winter here. This car is solid, purposeful, extremely well balanced, has an amazing exhaust note. I really like my 128i convertible.
The mechanics are top notch and thorough. Or someone else could have been. They still depreciate a lot in the first year, like any new car. In the end, Mowbray decided to change his approach. Just pull it out, screw the two clutch lines together and re-bleed.