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1992 BMW 5 SeriesReview
GuruLHS5H writes:
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repaint issues here and there good car low miles for the year

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
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Bmw 5er — Performance- could use more powerful engine but current is fine also. Build quality- Built well, smaller repairs are common. Appearance- looks of people are guaranteed. CoO- it could be cheaper. Fun Factor- happy face is a must have with this car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Design and looks etc.

Cons: Engine capacity and fuel consumption rate.

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
Alhussien writes:
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Powerful Bmw — amazing car to people who loves power but be ware it drinks alot gasoline when you but the gear on the sport mod you must open your eyes and take care of your ride the interior and exterior are + 10

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: nice look

Cons: brakes but when you learn who to change the gear in perfect time the driving will be amazing

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1992 BMW 5 Series 518iReview
Mitch writes:
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Bmw 318i — Decent car, a little too heavy for the 1.8ltr engine it had! But overall not a bad ride , alot of fun tho! I never saw another one because it was an imported from england! Was ok til i found that the whole underneath was all rusted out! :(

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Good car if in good condition!

Cons: the rust underneath

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1992 BMW 5 Series 535i Sedan RWDReview
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Great Ride! — great great car! Excellent performance, a beauty inside and outside at its age, gives 23 mpg highway, low cost maintenance If regular servicing is done as required;It is really fun to drive especially a manual one! I love it!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: suprise: gives great mpg and lots of fun to drive!

Cons: none!

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
Ivan writes:
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The Thought Of Owning One Is Better Than Actually Owning One. — Liked the sound of the engine, the cruise controle and the automatic gearbox. I disliked the reliability of the engine, the reliability of the gearbox, the failing aircon and high prices of parts. Fuel economy isn't influenced by the driver and how much he presses the throttle.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The sound of the engine

Cons: Reliability, probably made on a monday morning.

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
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Get One, It Lasts Forever — I expect to get at least 100,000 more miles on the car. Last 525 topped out over 200k. Car runs perfect, has a timing chain, not a belt, which was the earlier downfall. Of course need to fix other wear related things.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: dependable

Cons: pricy parts

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
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Nice Luxary Bmw, Rather Expensive To Own But Very Comfortable — Its a classy well equipped BMW. Features many luxury's not found in a lot of cars today. Very comfortable ride that can be switched with the flip of a switch to sport mode, not the most powerful car in the world but BMW had class, luxary, and comfort in mind when they designed it and of course it handles awesome because after all, it is a BMW - The ultimate driving machine.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Comfortable luxary BMW

Cons: Cost to own

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1992 BMW 5 Series 525i Sedan RWDReview
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Bmw 525i Touring — BMW 525 I Touring. Not much to say about it really, pretty dull, expensive, good brakes, bad interior. Very, very big though.Makes for a good load lugger which is the only reason I bought it. Very reliable and runs very well.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Lots of room inside

Cons: Expensive to run and maintain, seriously underpowerd.

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1992 BMW 5 Series 518iReview
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Good Quality German Engineering. — Bought my 518i saloon 2nd hand in 1996 (4 yrs old). I needed a big roomy car. Very good condition but with 70k miles on it (it was previously owned by a journalist). Very heavy car for only an 1800cc engine, but a real pleasure to drive. Acceleration and performance ok for me even if not great for boy racers. Solid and comportable car, 4 door saloon with plenty of space everywhere. It looked good, and had excellent lighting in and out. Sensible internal styling and dash. No flimsy switches or controls on it. A bit expensive though, for servicing and parts. I got 27mpg from it (not too bad). I loved it. And I still miss it today. Final note: I would now go for a big hatchback BMW, simply because I missed the rear-wash-wipe (not available on a saloon model). I would certainly choose a BMW again.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Reliability and comfort.

Cons: None really.

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