[Steepshot] We rented a BMW 118i m sport yesterday

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In relation to getting stuff for our Mabon gathering later this month, we decided to rent a car to travel to the border between Norway and Sweden to buy ingredients for the café. Make sure to check them out, they are on Steemit as well: @ambrosiacafe

The reason for going all the way there is that most of what we need is a lot cheaper on the other side of the border. Especially vegan products like oatmilk, cheese etc.

We rented a 2007 BMW 118i m sport for the travels trough nabobil.no, a webpage that lets private people rent out their cars when not in use.

The light weight of the car made the 144 horsepowers it was packing more then enough for a enjoyable ride. Lucky for me it was even equiped with a cruisecontrol!


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I am pretty partial to BMWs myself, good choice. I don't think that model was ever introduced to the US but back in the day I had a 318ISc and that car even with the 4 cylinder was a lot of fun. The 135i tears it up at the track.

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I used to own a BMW 325 myself back in the day. The older e36 type. It was a pretty good car for daily driving :)

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Those are great, my 318 was an e36 they are becoming collector's items at this point, I have a couple of e46s

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If i was you @funbobby51 I would trade in one of those e46's into a e30. Possibly a m3 if the e46 is worth enough. Now thats a propper car!

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I wouldn't want an M3 because of the stick shift and lack of ground clearance, unless I was taking it to the track. My e36 was a stick shift and it gets old real fast in stop and go traffic. I like my cars a lot the old ones are sort of slow and the new ones are total garbage, they went to an all electronic throttle and as a result there is a slight delay between stomping the gas and the car moving, a very disconnected feeling more like a video game than the ultimate driving machine.