BMW's convertible 3 Series follows well behind the arrival of the sedan version
two years ago but it benefits from the introduction of a muscular new 3.0-litre
engine.It wants for virtually nothing in terms of equipment and acquits itself
well in cut-and-thrust driving although it is really more a boulevard cruiser.
It suffers some rattles and squeaks that are a little out of place in a
$100,000-plus car although there is never any suggestion of a lack of body
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