#1
I think I'm going to trade my RSX Base Auto for a '02 or '03 325i, what do you guys think? I love my car, but I see no sense in having it if it's not fast. I may either get a 325i, or just get a standard Type-S. To me, it's kinda like having a V6 Camaro or Mustang, it's useless. And yes, I know 325i's aren't fast, it would just be a cruisin' vehicle. Don't suggest Celicas or Tiberons, please.

What do y'all think?
#2
im not a big beemer fan. stick with the RSX

or if your in that price range, get an rx-8
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#3
If you want a fast car, I would like to suggest a 1989 Chrysler Caravan. With the money from selling your RSX, you should be able to get a mini in the 13's with no problem

or an omni, same drivetrain, but half a ton lighter
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#4
Manual Type-S
Rx-8

The 3 series isn't a bad choice either, I'd go with the Type-S though. Or just get an S2k and call it a day.
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#7
turbo it
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#8
I drive a 2003 330Ci, and i love it! and yes it is still a very fast car. I suggest you step up and get a a 330 instead of a 325, there is a noticeable power difference. But honestly iv have driven many cars, and i absolutely love the perfect balance in BMW, awsome handling vehicle, that had a descent amount of power, with very nice interior. I can go on and on about how much i love my bmws, they are IMO the best bang for the buck if your looking for a really balanced, nice used car in the $17,000- 30,000 price range, depending on year and model. Not only thats, the girls love BMW's, i get so many compliments on my car. owning a car like that shows you have class and taste. People ask if my car is brand new, and its 5 years old!!!

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#9
Get the BMW, as said above. It's not about how quick it is, it's how it handles the corners, and BMW's love corners.

Whatever you get, get it in manual.
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#10
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I drive a 2003 330Ci, and i love it! and yes it is still a very fast car. I suggest you step up and get a a 330 instead of a 325, there is a noticeable power difference. But honestly iv have driven many cars, and i absolutely love the perfect balance in BMW, awsome handling vehicle, that had a descent amount of power, with very nice interior. I can go on and on about how much i love my bmws, they are IMO the best bang for the buck if your looking for a really balanced, nice used car in the $17,000- 30,000 price range, depending on year and model. Not only thats, the girls love BMW's, i get so many compliments on my car. owning a car like that shows you have class and taste. People ask if my car is brand new, and its 5 years old!!!

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Yeah, I know what you mean. My Mother has an '07 335i, it's real nice, and pretty quick. It has a turbo in it, if I'm not mistaken.

I think I'll end up goin' with a BMW of some sort.