The 2009 BMW 3-Series E90 Is An Incredible Daily Driver
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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This week, we talk about potholes (again), share a story about a man who had successfully sued the Malaysian government for his injuries as a result of potholes, and discuss why smaller 70cc motorbikes isn't the answer to high fatality rates among young motorcyclists. We also discuss Toyota's facelifted Fortuner and Innova - two cars that had previously lost its way in light of changing consumer demands.
In our Used Car Buying Guide this week, Ariff Roose reviews his own 2009 BMW 325i E90, shares the costs of ownership, before dishing out a few tips on buying one. The E90 BMW 3-series is now around 10-15 years old, and is quickly becoming affordable to both buy and run. A nice one costs roughly RM45,000, and with parts aplenty and accessible, running a 13 year old BMW isn't as expensive or complicated as you might think. Furthermore, with its sporty and contemporary design, entertaining and engaging driving experience, and an equipment list comparable to a brand new Honda Civic, it's a car that you should definitely take a look at.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Ariff Roose
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Tags: Used Cars, Buying Guide, Automotive Industry, Tips, Car Dealers, Car Buying, BMW, 3-series, Potholes, JKR, Works Ministry, Motorcycles, Toyota, Innova, Fortuner