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    Hello people

    I'm new to the forum so thought better introduce myself. I'm Gareth I'm 22 and live in Kent.

    I currently drive an Abarth punto evo but not most partical car when have 3 kids ( well only has 4 seats) so I'm looking at e46s as a family car. Before the Abarth I had a pug 106, 2 mitsi colts and a lexus is200 sport.

    I have seen a nice red 325 that I quiet like. All I'm wondering is what to look out for a e46s. Also how juice are the 325s??? Also is it only the 320d they do in e46 shapes.

    Gary
     
     

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    dont buy anything with a valvetrnoic engine!!! everyone seems to agree the 6 pots r the best ones to go for, and from what ive read the 325 over 320, bit more power and mpg is virtually the same.

    i had 2 colts myself, my 2nd was the favorite car i ever owned, :'(
     
     

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    p.s, tie a knot in it! lol. ive got 1 little un, how the hell do u manage 3!
     
     

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    Misses has 2 I have 1.

    Am I right in thinking 2.3 up are 6 pots??? Are the diesels worth touching???

    I'm not bother about speed that what the Abarth for lol
     
     

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    i think the 320's up are 6 pots, just the 316 and 318's are 4 pots mate, depends on your milage if you want a diesel mate, high milage then yea, if its reasonable then no, cant think which model it is but theres one of the diesels thats gives u 60mpg ish, think its the 320d. (so my mechanic tells me)
     
     

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    Hello and welcome to along to BFUK, it's good to have you on board.
     
     

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    hello and welcome to the worlds best bmw forum

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