In Reply to: Opinions on 328Ci Blk/Blk (more) posted by MarcB on November 28, 1999 at 18:39:32:
I wouldn't choose any other combination - black on black. If you decide on silver exterior go for black interior, not gr
None stop stares for the last 2 months even when my car is dirty, and when it is clean.... you can only have a huge grin to describe how it looks.
Interior is extremely easy to clean. Only had to wipe it with a soft cloth once, and vacuumed the floor a couple of times in 2 months. As for exterior, I go through automatic touchless car wash on average once a week. Even if I don't go through automatic car wash for second week, I usually take to self car wash and spray the rims to clean the brake dust.
So far no problems or complaints about cleaning a black car. But cleaning rims from brake dust does take a bit extra time to look good.
Picked it around mid-September, so can't comment on heat yet.
GO FOR IT. You will love it.
Alex M [Toronto, Canada]
328Ci Jet Black on Black
- power and heated seats
- wood trim
- HiFi stereo (10 speakers)
: Check out this car at the link posted below.
: I had a chance to drive this bad boy on Saturday. First 328Ci w/ Sport Pkg I've seen in person and driven. This car is available.
: 328Ci Jet Blk $39,935 MSRP
: Blk Leather
: Heated Seats
: Looking for any thoughts on this particular car, especially from any current Blk/Blk 32xCi owners, or folks that have had a blk/blk car.
: Concerned about getting real hot inside. Live in Colorado, so not real warm right now, but in the Summer we do get into the 90s on occasion.
: What about cleaning both exterior and interior?
: I had planned on ordering Ti Silver w/ Gray in February, but this is really tempting!!