Excellent question - because (a) a 348 will almost always be worth more than a comparable 328, and (b) they made more 348s.Peterm said:If this was not the truth, then why would a 328 be worht more than a 348 even though they made more 328s?
The gearchange takes some getting used to and I remember my arm aching when I first collected mine and drove it 6 hours home. Once you are accustomed to it there is no problem though. And I love the "click clack" noise as you slam it through the gears.Cable gearbox A DISASTER
I have heard about certain interior items "melting" and becoming sticky due to exposure to the sun. I don't think this is a problem unless the car will have regular, long term exposure to direct sunlight. My car is certainly ok.Dashboard upholstery peeled itself off
This may be true. In the Uk the top speed limit is 70mph and if you get caught doing over 100mph you are facing a ban (I know, I have been there!) So I don't often see the wrong side of 120mph and the car handles fine at that speed.Car dangerously unstable above 220km/h
I'm sorry, Peterm: your experience has been really a nightmare! But I believe that you have been very unlucky.Peterm said:No matter what anyone tells you: DO NOT BUY A 348.
Car dangerously unstable above 220km/h
Judging by the fact that he has roundabouts as well as typhoons, my first guess was going to be that Beerman is an Aussie. But then they don't call them typhoons down there. Around Australia and in the Indian Ocean they are called tropical cyclones although some Aussies call them Willy-Willies. Typhoons are what the storms are called over the northwest Pacific and west of the International Date Line. My second guess would be Hong Kong but do they have a race track in Hong Kong?Enzo250GTO said:Beerman,
Where are you that you have Typhoons?
Pretty good huh? :green: My first guess is where you live now and my second guess was where you used to live. All that information from just 2 words that I pulled out of your post. Maybe I should become a private investigator. I already have the appropriate car.Beerman said:Spot on, used to live in HK, now live in Oz.
wrong line actually.Rosso said: