We had the 135i and a 335i. Love them both. The 135 was sportier and the steering was more sensitive (the 335 has a more luxury feel). Fun car to drive and sporty feel. Loved it!
Great car, several minor problems
2010 BMW 135Mike - HARRISBURG, PA08/15/2014
- Plenty of Power
- More interior room than it appears to have
Excellent car for conservative performance junkies
2010 BMW 135Dr Bob - Diamond Bar, CA07/03/2015
This is a car for anyone who would trade the convenience of four doors and the excess space of a larger car for an exhilarating ride and exceptional performance. The price of this car is really low compared to others with similar driving characteristics. In addition, the styling is somewhat unique, even within the BMW family, and you won't see 10 clones everytime you drive down a local street.
Just don't expect a soft cushy ride, but do expect exceptional gas mileage when you travel in it. I am experiencing over 30 mpg on the highway in cruise-controlled mode at 70 mph, not bad for a turbo-charged 3-liter performance car. My mileage overall is in the 26 to 27 mpg range and performance is always only a tweak of the foot away.
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