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This is a great car! Corners well, accelerates well, this is definitely the car you want if you're looking for a sports car. I would recommend this vehicle to just about anybody who's looking for a 2-door sports car that is very practical for an everyday driver.
I was debating on the 335i and a 328xi, both with manual transmissions, and both in coupe form. I ended up going with the 335i and I'm extremely happy that I did. The 335i has twin turbos where the 328 is naturally aspirated. The added power and performance were night and day when I test drove the respective cars. I would recommend the 335 over the 328 to anyone. Another thing to note about the BMW vs. most other models is the "fit and finish" difference. With the BMWs (this is my second one) everything seems to be a little better made and a little better quality. The gaps are tighter, the design is more refined, and they (the BMW engineers/car designers) seem to pay attention to the little things. I love the BMW brand and I don't foresee myself driving another brand for a long time, if ever.
I purchased a BMW 330 because I wanted a bigger engine with quicker pick up from the 325 or new 328. This car does not disappoint with its 255 hp. It jumps off the line and is very responsive. It has a straight 6 titantium engine and is perfectly balanced 50-50 ratio front to back end. It also has the new redesgined body style so you are not sacrificing looks for performance. The new 335 at 300 hp worried me because of the turbo issues. The 330 is a workhorse and has no known engine problems. The car is a pleasure to drive in all respects. Outstanding handling. Great cockpit, and BMW attention to detail and quality. Gets about 28 mpg highway and 20 city. This is the best driving machine I have ever owned. The I drive Nav system is totally intuitive and easy to use. I won't ever buy another car without it. Its become indispensable to me.