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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Yeah, I don't think doors necessarily have much to do with it. I owned a 99 323is and was paying $135 a month. When I got my 97 M3 it went up to $188 a month. Both were coupes. Thankfully I turned 21 and it went down to $118.
Hey guys me again. I was just wondering in general, are 328's considered a sports car in most states .. namely Oklahoma?
not neccessarily a "sports car" but the cost of replacement parts, your driving record, & age will have alot to do with your rates. Some co's will shove it in the sports car category - avoid anyone who tells you that - they're just scamming you for the $$$ on the premium.