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Used BMW 3.0 Parts

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About The BMW 3.0

The BMW 3 Series was introduced in May 1975 with the first generation of the BMW 3 Series, the BMW E21 which was produced between 1975 and 1983. The first BMW 3 Series E21 was available only as a two-door. The BMW 3 model set the standard for the BMW line as the first to feature a center console angled toward the driver, which appeared for several years thereafter. The BMW 3 Series E21 was available in three models, the 316, 318 and 320. Additional designs for the E21 were debuted at the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show. With the upgrades in the late 1970’s, the line added a 315 base model to the BMW 3 Series in 1981.

The second generation BWM 3 Series E30 was available from 1984 to 1991. Only slight overall changes were made in the initial redesign of the BMW 3, as compared to the previous E21. These changes included a more sloped hood and trunk with curvier edges. This generation of the BMW 3 Series produced models including: the 325e, the 325i, the325is, the 325ix; and the most popular model of all M3, introduced in 1988. The 325iC, the first of the BMW 3 Series’ convertibles, was also produced during the second generation.

In 1992, the third series ushered in a full line for the BMW 3 Series. This new generation of the BMW 3 Series also included the 325 models and the M3, now available in a four-door configuration. The BMW 3 Series line also saw the addition of the 318i and 318ti, 323i and 323is, 328i and 328is, and Z3 models.

The fourth generation of the BMW 3 Series introduced the E46. The first model featured in this generation was the BMW 3 Series 323i four-door sedan, followed by the 328i four-door sedan. In 2000, the 323Ci and 328Ci coupe models and the 323Ci convertible model were added to the BMW 3 Series line. That year also saw the introduction of the 323i, the first wagon for the BMW 3 Series. The BMW 3 Series saw continuous additions and redesigns during this generation.

The BMW 3 Series is currently in its fifth generation and has featured five different body styles. The most recent BMW 3 Series commenced production in 2005 and features the first series to be designed by BMW’s stylist Chris Bangle. The BMW 3 Series E90 generation originally included the 325 and 330 trim (which was dropped one year after it was introduced and replaced by the 328 model). The generation also saw the introduction of the 335 model. The BMW Series 3 E90 offers a sedan, wagon, coupe and convertible in both the 328 and 335 models, as well as the E90 M3.

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