My car immediately caught my attention on the lot. At the time it was the cheapest 335i in the area and it only had 38k miles on it. During the test drive I really didn't have a feel for the car yet and so I didn't feel the real power or feel of it until perhaps a week after I got it. My model had the sports package with paddle shifters and man is it fun to drive! At about 2k RPM, the exhaust opens up and bellows out a sweet growl. Also at about 2k the twin turbos are spooled up and you can start to hear them as you rev higher until redline all the way at 7k RPM. Kickdown mode basically makes all your power available at pretty much any time during your driving. Zero to sixty is just under about 5 seconds. The steering is very tight as are the brakes. As far as comfort, mine had dual auto climate control, sunroof, mp3 compatibility, Bluetooth, and countless other things that make this car great as a daily driver. In cruise control you can realistically get 30-33 MPG consistently if you use premium gas and even a bit higher if you keep it in 6th gear going 40mph or higher. Overall, a really fun car! Love it!
Its been one month since I purchased my 335i, it put the fun back into driving. Took it on a 5 hour drive, and every hour passed by quickly and with this care they where fun. The satalite radio is great. The controls where all at a good arms reach. The car glided down the road. The power of the car is great also, if you do not watch out you can quickly go over the speed limit if you do not watch your speed. This is my second BMW, they are great cars to drive...
We'll let me first start out saying that this car is pretty quick and very cozy. But it ends there with the problems. I have had problems with the injectors being recalled. The fuel pump recalled . The steering wheel sensor going bad after 8 months. The turbos having waste gate rattle at 40000 miles. The coils going bad one by one . That's about it. If you can live with all the problems then go for it. Or stick to the m3 or the underpowered 328