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Old 12 Dec 2007, 06:31 am
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Default whats better acura tsx or bmw 328??

whats better acura tsx or bmw 328??
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Old 12 Dec 2007, 06:46 am
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BMW 328! The closest comparison to this car would be the Nissan G37 but BMW is a class leader.































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better as in??? price, performance.... what?
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The Acura has a better reliability rating and is less expensive to repair.The rest is just personal preference.RickI'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for cool articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com
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Out of those two, the BMW is WAY better.
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BMW is better in every category, but reliability. I'm a huge BMW fan, especially the ///M cars, but everyone knows that these cars aren't exactly Toyota's in reliability. It's sad, yes, but they are GREAT cars if you have the money to repair them. Get Acura is you want more reliable, get BMW if you want a great car with a great drivetrain.
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These are like apples and oranges. I'm an Acura driver, but the 328 has a bigger engine, rides better and is more fun to drive. However, as others have said, the BMW is high maintenace and more expensive. The TSX only has a 4 cyl engine.
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Why buying a copy when you can have the real thing? BMW bro !
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The BMW by far! Anyone here who says the TSX is better is blindly biased.
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hell i dont care about BMW's i like Nissans. The 300 Z is way better looking then a BMW. But gas mileage isnt very good though lol. Acuras are pretty cool i guess
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