About BMW 2002
A BMW has become something of a status symbol, and with good reason, but despite the fantastic appeal of the more modern vehicles, you have opted for a classic that still has all the hallmarks these cars are famous for, while retaining that classic style so hard to find in cars today. The BMW 2002, also known as the BMW New Class, was initially released in the early 1960s, produced until 1977, and laid the groundwork for what we now know as the BMW 3 and 5 Series. The BMW 2002 was also the first of this line to move into the 2-door coupe market, and saw a gradual increase in engine size as development progressed. In fact, the vehicle went on to become a renowned rally car and racer, handling off-road courses and hill climbing very well. Even today, the performance of this classic does not disappoint, and the famed BMW reliability is still firmly in place. There are a number of different models of the 2002, and by searching the vast inventory on eBay, you can find everything from a BMW 2002 Turbo, to a 1976 BMW 2002.