BMW 325 Series Wiper Blade Sizes (1984-2006)

Your BMW 325 series makes driving truly Ultimate… until the wipers smear and chatter instead of gliding smoothly over the windshield. Avoid guessing which aftermarket blades may fit, which will only frustrate you further.

Reference the model year chart below to find the right driver’s and passenger’s side wiper lengths engineered for every 325 model, past and present.

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BMW 325 Series Wiper Blade Size Chart

2006Sedan24"19"n/aBosch ICON
2006Wagon24"19"13"Bosch ICON
2005Sedan22"20"n/aBosch ICON
2005Wagon22"20"12"Bosch ICON
2004Sedan22"20"n/aBosch ICON
2004Wagon22"20"12"Bosch ICON
2003Sedan22"20"n/aBosch ICON
2003Wagon22"20"12"Bosch ICON
2002Sedan22"20"n/aBosch ICON
2002Wagon22"20"12"Bosch ICON
2001Sedan22"20"n/aBosch ICON
2001Wagon22"20"12"Bosch ICON
1995Sedan21"20"n/aBosch ICON
1994Sedan21"20"n/aBosch ICON
1993Sedan21"20"n/aBosch ICON
1992Sedan21"20"n/aBosch ICON
1991Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1990Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1989Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1988Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1987Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1986Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1985Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON
1984Sedan20"20"n/aBosch ICON

About the BMW 325 Series

The BMW 325 series, part of the broader BMW 3 Series lineup, has a rich history as a cornerstone of the compact executive car market. The BMW 3 Series itself was first introduced in 1975 with the E21 generation, but the 325 designation came into play with the second generation, the E30, which was produced from 1982 to 1994.

The 325e was introduced in the mid-1980s, with the “e” standing for “eta,” a Greek letter used in engineering to represent efficiency. The 325e featured a 2.7-liter inline-six engine designed for fuel efficiency and torque over high-end power, which was quite different from the performance-focused models of the time. In contrast, the 325i, which was introduced later, catered to drivers seeking more power with its 2.5-liter engine.

The 325i became particularly well-known and popular for its balance of performance and luxury. It was available in various body styles, including coupe, sedan, and convertible, providing options for different drivers’ preferences. Throughout the 1980s and into the early 1990s, the BMW 325 series models were praised for their build quality, handling, and driving dynamics, solidifying BMW’s reputation as a maker of driver-focused vehicles.

Over the years, the 325 series has evolved with the rest of the 3 Series, with each new generation bringing technological advancements, improved performance, and increased comfort. The 325 moniker has been used intermittently throughout the 3 Series’ production run, with newer models like the 325Ci and 325xi appearing in the E46 generation, which offered coupe and all-wheel-drive variants, respectively.

Throughout its history, the BMW 325 series has faced competition from a variety of manufacturers, but notable rivals have included the Audi A4, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and the Lexus IS series, all of which offer a mix of performance, luxury, and prestige that appeal to similar buyer demographics.

See Also: BMW 328 Series wiper blade sizes