BMW 3 Series E36 (1992-1998) Parts & Accessories

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BMW 3 Series E36 (1992-1998) Parts

The E36 chassis replaced the E30 as BMWs 3-Series in 1992/1993 as both a new model and new method of production. While some E30s were still built by hand at the end of their production, the new E36 marked the first automated assembly line production 3-Series that would allow BMW to tighten their tolerances and quality on certain production aspects to further refine what had become the benchmark of practicality in a sport-compact vehicle. The E36 offered American drivers either a four or six-cylinder engine with respectable power from each variant to drive either a two-door coupe, sedan, or three-door compact that was only available with the four-cylinder. The wildly successful E36 chassis still has a massive network for support and is still seen at nearly every motorsport event as a competitive platform. Make sure yours will continue to provide you with practical transportation and enjoyable experiences with our performance and maintenance parts, listed below, all tailored to your E36 for the simplest parts selection and guaranteed fitment.