How to get cheap BMW body parts

1BMW vehicles are normally expensive to maintain like most German cars. When searching for BMW body parts, you will realize that the prices are usually quite high especially when making the purchase from the dealer directly. And what can we do?

There are other techniques that we can employ on this regard to ensure that we get the body parts cost-effectively. The entire process is actually moderately challenging and the things that you will require in order to succeed in the venture include: Ratchet & Socket set and any other related automotive tools.
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Body Kits for your BMW

Body Kits for your BMWBody kits are the body parts of a car. It is used to make the car different from others. Automotive kits are generally fiberglass, polyurethane or carbon fiber. Carbon is famous for its light weight.

Polyurethane kits are more resistant and demanding when treated with carbon fibers. They can withstand very cold season and it is also very thick at the seams, but on the other hand, carbon fiber is very expensive due to its low weight. More »

How To Get A Luxury BMW Without A High End Budget

Established in 1916 and originally a manufacturer of aeroplane engines, BMW have been producing cars for over 80 years. Their first car was the 3/15 which first rolled off the production line in December 1927.

Aiming for the medium to high end section of the car buying market in terms of both luxury and performance, each and every one of BMW’s current cars are beautiful and leave many car buyers wanting to drive away in one as soon as they see them.

With some of the price tags running close to 100,000 pounds, though, they aren’t the most affordable cars on the market. However, just because you don’t have a spare 80 thousand pounds lying around doesn’t mean that you can’t drive a BMW and these four points show you how to get a luxury BMW without a high flying pay packet. More »

BMW leasing

BMW leasingCar Leasing is a method of paying for the use of a car over a specified period of time. Sounds like renting, but leasing & renting are very different. You can leasing a car starts at 24 months and doesn’t provide for easy termination or car swapping. Leasing is a form of vehicle financing; renting is not. Automobile leasing is a long-time well-respected form of business financing for motor vehicles. More »

Where to Buy A Used BMW in USA?

Where to Buy A Used BMW in USA?The used BMW marketplace in the USA has been growing rapidly since the last few years, mainly because many BMW lovers and real fans have discovered the convenience of leasing new BMW cars and then opting for newer vehicle after 2 or 3 years. This trend has outstripped the older trend of buying a BMW with a 4 or 5 years auto loan. That is the main reason why so many pre-owned BMWs are hitting the market and being snapped up by discerning buyers. More »

BMW E36 problems

A little bit of background on the E36, which covers the ’92-’99 3 series models. According to Bimmer Magazine, BMW E30 (and prior) engineers used complex math equations and heavy field testing to figure out required strength and durability, then they would double or triple the outcome, resulting in a fairly bulletproof car. Not so with the E36, which proved to be somewhat less reliable than the models before or after it, for two main reasons. The E36 is the very first BMW in history to be designed on CAD, and instead of extensive testing, they relied on the program to determine how robust a part or system should be. Secondly, they were engineered with recycling in mind. Which is a bit of an irony, since many owners can make these cars last upwards of 250-300 thousand miles. That isn’t to say that the E36 is a shoddy Bimmer- they do more than live up to time honored BMW tradition, as the motors are quite strong, and light years ahead of the E21/E30 powerplants, along with numerous other significant improvements in comfort and performance. More »

BMW E46 M3

BMW E46 M3
EVO Magazine, E46 M3 CS
The CS is essentially an M3 that’s borrowed a few tasty bits from its exotic, expensive and now out-of-production CSL sibling. Bigger brake discs, the quicker steering rack, revised springs and those gorgeous 19in forged alloys.
They’re not quite as light as the genuine CSL rims but they still look great, and if the newfound composure and ride quality are anything to go by they’re definitely a whole heap lighter than the ubiquitous 19-inchers that regular M3s roll on. As well as the mechanical changes, the…
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