BMW 3-series generation brought to US from `99-`05 which included the 323i/328i (`99-`00) and 325i/330i (`01-`05). The coupes/converitables had a "C" before the i, ex. "330ci." M3's came to US from `01-`06. The wagon in 323i (`00) or 325i (`01-`05) form was also offered. Wagons may be referred to as 323iT/325iT.
E46 was the trendy BMW of the early `00's.
BMW 3-series generation brought to US from `92-`98 which included the 318i, 323i, 325i, and 328i. The coupes had an "S" at the end, ex. "325is." M3's came to US from `95-`99. The 318ti, a hatchback model, was offered from `95-`99.
E36's are very common.
Current 3-series that came to US first as `06 models. So far the 325i and 330i sedan are offered. Coupes will follow soon as well as the wagon. A V8 M3 should be out as an `07 or `08 model. Engines changes are already underway, looking for a turbo 6 cylinder that will be called the 335i, replacing the 330i and the 325i will be turned into the 328i, even though they will all be 3.0 liters.
The E90 is the first of the 3-series with BMW's "new" look.
BMW 3-series coupe that was released to the US as an `07 model and part of the "E90" generation. The 230hp 328i, 328xi (AWD) and 300hp 335i are the two current versions available. 335xi will be available as an `08 model.
E92's are selling very well at the moment.
BMW's 3-series convertible that was released as an `07 model to the US. First BMW convertible to come with a hardtop folding roof. Current versions are the 328i and 335i. Part of the "E90" generation.
The E93 looks better with the top down.
3-series wagon that was released as an `06 model for the US. First sold only in the 325xiT version (x for AWD and t for touring). In `07 it was changed to the 328iT and 328xiT. Part of the "E90" generation.
We wish the E91 335i would come here!