BMW 320

If you are looking for a magnificent ride that not only draws high accolades in driving performance, but also is easy on the eyes, than this car is meant for you. No matter what your age, this car is sure to please you sense of style. Nevertheless, the car has taken on a reputation of being a car for "yuppies", a title it earned starting in the 70s when the first 3 series car was released. This car made such a rapid climb to the top mostly because it was within the price range of numerous up and coming individuals. It was an accessible prestige-badge car that was highly sought after. By the start of the 21st century the E46 3 Series was the best-selling car of its size in the world. Its creation is credited to American designer Chris Bangle. The BMW 320 is as commonplace in Asia and America as it is in Europe. Despite this saturation of the market, it has somehow retained its prestigious image. These were entry-level luxury executive cars that became the successor to the 2002 coupe, which looked primarily much the same however it added a more powerful 2.0 L 110 hp (82 kW) engine and other performance enhancements. In May 1975, the German automaker BMW launched the 3 series automobiles. Financial officials can thank the series for nearly 40% of all automobiles sold by the company in the year 2005. Furthermore, Americans seem to love the series, given that it is the best selling luxury sedan in the United States, with sales exceeding 98,000 units in 2005. For many years the 3 Series was smallest car manufactured by BMW until the release of the BMW 1 Series in 2004. (This of course does not include the MINI, which is owned by BMW as well.) The 3 Series rose to fame and claims the title of BMW's best selling automobile.