The athletic and graceful character stands out most in the coupe and convertible, while the sedan and wagon convey a sense of purposeful, handsome solidity. On the green scale, that's only average to a bit lower than average for the class. It also has new design headlights, taillights and exterior mirrors. Noisy and don't grip on slick roads well. There is zero turbo lag, and all of the torque seems to be available, no matter how fast you are going. Safety: A roll-over protection system, integrated in to the rear seat head restraints, is designed to deploy when a roll-over is imminent, to protect occupants. Introduction They say that variety is the spice of life.
Of course, there are worthy rivals and the 3 Series certainly doesn't provide the most equipment for your buck. The 335is combines outstanding performance with surprising livability, and the whole package is good enough to justify its high price — for those few who choose to pay it, anyway. I've had a total of 8 over 45,000 miles and need 2 more now. That comes in handy during those sideways moments. Vehicle is comfy, attractive and holds the road. Front seats are way comfortable and back seats are sufficient for two people under 6 feet. Fix them once and for all.
In many ways bridging the gap between 335i and M3, the 335is also features a sport-tuned suspension and exhaust, an aerodynamic body kit, sport seats and a chunkier steering wheel. Look side-to-side and you will smoke pretty much anything and all the while knowing you get better gas milage than pretty much everyhting around you as well. But there are many drivers who don't want to wring their cars out to 8,000 rpm for maximum performance, and the 335is offers them a different flavor. Has twice as much torque as my old pick up truck and really shines going from 40 mph- 100+ mph in the blink of an eye. Hands down, the most fun I have had driving in a long time. Always opening the rear windows at toll booths. The upgraded stereo is also once again branded as a Harman Kardon.
So did I, until I drove it. An optional automatic high-beam system helps improve nighttime visibility. Great drive but the cost of ownership is crazy. If you get this car, make sure you get a service contract. This is a great car; clearly one of the best I have ever owned in over 50 years of driving. My 318i Petrol model limited edition looks great. The N55 engine is a gem vs the N54 it replaced but when you have a car that has 20k miles put on it from the dealer and service reps driving it there is something seriously wrong.
Experience was awesome and the price was 8k below sticker!. The base model for all styles is the rear-wheel-drive 328i, while the coupe, sedan and wagon also come in all-wheel-drive 328i xDrive guise. The ride is tight, the gadgets are state of the art, the interior is like an aircraft. The 335is is relatively rare, so you don't see them all over, the convertible is a terrific feature for where I live in the southeast, the performance is more than enough for street driving, and the reliability has been rock solid. The many creature features in the car are easy to use and within reach for the driver.
It slots between that car and the top-dog M3, but it's closer to the 335i in terms of handling and acceleration. With the announcement of the move to the single-turbo engine, enthusiasts including us cried foul. Unlike the coupe, it's cramped in there. I put a piggyback chip on it that increased the horsepower to about 300-305, and the torque to a little over 500 my estimates based on reading; no dyno test. With tuning similar to the 335i's sport suspension, the 335is displays admirable ride comfort.
You can slot the lever into sixth gear at just over 30 mph, and the engine will pull cleanly and smoothly from 1200 rpm to relatively insane speeds. Power remains the same: 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque. At the top, the new headlights merge into a trim bar the cuts off the light beam to give it a menacing frown. It's like a sports car but with more utility. The 328i's naturally aspirated inline-6 is otherworldly in its smoothness from idle to redline, and it has enough power to suit most tastes. Even more so, the xDrive handles great in the snow. The 335is should be even quicker than the 335i.
The cabin does have pop-out door pockets, cleverly concealed cup holders in the dash and a vinyl bag for skis that pushes though from the trunk. The 335d has a 3. Although this engine is new, its power numbers are the same as before, so we doubt its 0-60 times would be much different than the approximate 5-plus-second times we recorded in the past. The front bumper flanks a lower air dam with larger openings, designed to feed air to an additional radiator on the driver side and an. The Sports Wagon adds substantial cargo space and utility. Still, the 335i is the quickest of its competitive set to 60 mph and provides a singular experience behind the wheel.
The front bumper flanks a lower air dam with larger openings, designed to feed air to an additional radiator on the driver side and an oil cooler on the passenger side. Economy can not complain and well suited for the green eco drivers amoung us. The shapely two-door coupe offers more sports appeal than the four-door sedan but still has a two-place back seat and a trunk only slightly smaller than that of the sedan. You can get a sedan, a wagon, a coupe and a convertible; there are two turbocharged six-cylinders, a wickedly torquey diesel engine and a regular six-cylinder that's hardly a slouch. Primary Use: Commuting to work An Amazing Machne — Great power, great performance, great handling hydraulic steering , very good gas mileage given the engine, extraordinarily comfortable, lots of useful bells and whistles and absolutely gorgeous to look at, like a motorized top model. Nevertheless, the styling doesn't get in the way of functionality, which anyone can appreciate, though some find the location of the audio and climate controls a bit awkward. That tendency toward conservativeness may not inspire love in all buyers, however.
I had to replace a part in the cooling system, when it once overheated last month. Well, all I can say is that the car is very fun to drive, and as an added bonus, the average mileage over 50k miles has been 33. The cup-holders are barely passable and don't work for anything large. There is a temporary overboost function, however, which bumps torque up to 370 lb-ft. The 335is combines outstanding performance with surprising livability, and the whole package is good enough to justify its high price — for those few who choose to pay it, anyway.