Not sure which 2008 BMW 3-Series Outdoor Car Covers are right for you? We have over 4829 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The 2008-11 M3 sedan bulges in ways that makes it difficult to cover in one pass. My 1997 M3 was in most ways just a 3 series body with some interior muscle, and covering in a hurry was no problem. The newer M3 sedan, however, with bigger wheel wells and significantly larger diameter from tire height downward is proving a little more tight. This has both advantages and disadvantages. The advantage is that it doesn't rustle and sag as much as my older one did, so it doesn't seem to need a tether as often. However, the quick-cover-the-car-I-drank-too-much-orange-juice job will probably not make it all the way down, leaving the bottom of the doors exposed a bit and generally looking shabby. It does require one more pass around the car to pull the lower seam down and out to get it flat and cinched to the intended bottom point. Once it's on, it's holding pretty securely to the tires and I haven't had it lift itself off yet. The fit at the mirrors is good and it fits over the bulged fenders and bumper without feeling like I'm going to damage it, but it is definitely tight. The grommets are padded with a thick material on the inside so they won't scratch, and I use a thick nylon rope to tie it on during the day (garage at night). It still shows the car well and while it seemed a bit stiff at first, the material is starting to flex more easily, packing smaller into the trunk and moving more easily as it breaks in. The material is exactly what I expect, keeps the sun and heat and rain out, preserving the leather and trim (and radio), the 'shark fin' doesn't affect covering, and I'm generally happy with it. I hope that as the material starts flexing more with more use that it becomes easier to get it into place with fewer passes around the car." —David B from San Jose, CA bought a Covercraft Weathershield HP Car Cover for a 2008 BMW 3-Series, M3, sedan.
"I first bought a different cover from a different online company. it was supposed to be a custom cover specifically for the year make and model of my car. Unfortunately, it turned out to be for a car that is approximately the size of my BMW convertible. It did not have pockets for the rearview mirrors and there were parts of the car that it did not completely cover. I returned it and fortunately was able to get a refund. I then bought a Covercraft Evolution cover from Autoanything and it fit my car perfectly." —Steven S from Encino, CA bought a Covercraft Evolution 4 Car Cover for a 2008 BMW 3-Series.
"I had a Noah car cover for my 2005 BMW. It provided 4 years of service and I would still be using it if I still had my 2005 BMW. I bought this cover to protect my new BMW from the elements as well as door nicks. Its easy to put on and it keeps the car cooler in the summertime and protects the paint from bird droppings and dirt." —Ralph L from Thousand Oaks, CA bought a Covercraft Noah Car Cover for a 2008 BMW 3-Series, 328i, sedan.