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Review Q&A bmw z3

Which BMW Z3 should I buy?

The best car I have ever had is a Z3M ‘02 with a couple of dinan mods. not only can you not go wrong; but also you will likely not lose much money on resale as they are starting to appreciate. As an M maintenance is a bit high based upon how much you drive, but you will enjoy every km.

Is the BMW Z3 a future classic?

Although, I’ve owned both a Z3 with a 2.8 litre engine and a MZ3, I’m sorry to say that no, they will not be collectible. I’ve also had Z4’s - much better cars. The ‘M’ models will appreciate somewhat, but nothing like Porsches, 90’s Supras etc.. The MZ4 is starting to appreciate quickly though. MZ3: MZ4

Would you say the BMW Z3 coupe is a great car or the greatest car?

As an owner of a lovely no-sunroof version with the S52 engine, I’d say great. Not quite the greatest. The engine, brakes, and steering are … yeah, as close to perfect as I can imagine a car being. The control feedback is spot-on and the brakes are fade-free even during laps of Laguna Seca. The S52 motor is torquey, smooth, reliable, and cheap to maintain. It sounds fantastic, even with a stock exhaust. The later S54 motors are more expensive to maintain (valve clearance resets are pricey), but you get another 93 horsepower for your troubles. Take your pick! The interior is retro-charming and has held up well. The exterior styling is polarizing, but of all the cars we’ve owned over the years, the M Coupe is easily in the top 3 for getting compliments from people of all ages and genders. The fat fender bulges over the wide rear tires are beautiful and muscular, in the same way that the wide-body Porsche 911 Turbos of the 1970s are. It looks quite the hooligan, a tiny car overstuffed with wheels, tires, and motor. Personally, I love it. The fly in the ointment is the rear suspension. It’s a semi-trailing-arm design shared with the older E30 3-Series, instead of the more sophisticated multi-link setup from the E36 3-Series that was contemporaneous with the M-Coupe its drivetrain. Semi-trailing arm suspensions can be hard to tune in the best of circumstances. And I suspect that the E30 geometry is just a bit off for the M Coupe’s shorter wheelbase and stubbier half shafts. It struggles to put down the power from the car’s torquey inline-6 engine. You see the traction control light surprisingly often when you start to push hard. And without traction control, the car is a handful. The M Coupe club sells stickers for the “traction control off” button: As a result, our E36 M3 is the car I pull out of the garage when I’m trying to get from Point A to Point B quickly and without a fuss. ,That, car shares most of the M Coupe’s tactile virtues, and adds an extraordinary ability to make going fast look easy. The M Coupe, on the other hand, can embarrass a driver who isn’t experienced or isn’t paying attention. And even when driven well, in most real-world circumstances the heavier 5-passenger M3 is going to be just a bit faster. So the M Coupe is great. Not, ,quite,, the greatest. But worth every damn penny, and we’re not selling ours any time soon.

Which car is superior: BMW Z3 vs. Datsun 240Z vs. Porsche Boxter?

I bought a 240Z in 1971 and drove it for three years. Fabulous car. Good looking, good performance (for the time), and simple to work on. Both your other choices are newer and more complex. They will likely be faster, but parts will be expensive and they won't be as easy to work on. If you find a 240X you like, check it carefully for rust; that tended to be a problem with Datsuns from those days. The hardest part of keeping it tuned was balancing the SU-type carburetors. The ideal tool for that was a pair of airline headphones from the day. They consisted of two tubes that plugged into a receptacle by your seat. By putting the headphones on and holding the plug at the end of the tubes in front of the air intake, you could 'hear' the air being sucked into the carb. The tiniest variance between the two carbs was instantly obvious from the difference in the hissing noise. If you can't find any of these high-tech devices, buy a Unisyn carb synchronizer. I've seen several on eBay at around $20. Ah, memories...

How is the BMW Z3 as a used car?

I have a BMW 2000 Z3 M Roadster. I bought it in 2004, when it had 35,000 miles on it. It's now 17 years old and has 155,000 miles on it. It's been pretty good. Replaced the clutch. Replaced the convertible roof. Replaced the rear struts. Those are expensive repairs, but… 155,000 miles. The engine still runs perfectly. And I have done ,all of the maintenance, when scheduled. You can do better for economy and reliability, but a Camry just isn't as much fun.

Is the BMW Z3 expensive to maintain?

It can be inexpensive, if you choose a solid car and keep the maintenance up to date. The Z3 was last made in…2002, I think? With the youngest ones almost old enough to vote, and scads of them changing hands for $2–3k - a price point at which buyers will defer maintenance so they can buy food and diapers - the pool of well-kept Z3s is declining. But if you get a well-maintained one, both the 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder are low maintenance motors. The manual transmissions are bulletproof. The electricals are simple and very solid. Good cars.

Why did BMW Z3 Production stop?

Every year increasing human demands(especially young boys) about new technology and increasing regulations about clean energy European and all developed countries so companies must research new models and trends. On this wiev, not only bmw z3, all 2000s model cars must be changed with new technology...

Do all BMW Z3 have manual transmissions?

No, an automatic was available with every engine except the 1.8L (which was not available in North America).