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The 335i is more of a sports car, but it retains all of the luxury you'd expect from a BMW. Mine has the N54, which is a twin turbo'd inline 6 engine. Definitely not what I expected for a convertible. Was definitely worth it 100%.
Excellent piece of engineering. Very nice to drive, far superior to the Audi A4, and the Volvo S60. The responsiveness and handling was superior to the Mercedes C300, but not by as significant a margin as the Audi and Volvo. The steering and transmission are what I like the best about the 335xi, but the model I bought has the sports package so I think that contributes to a bit of a hard ride. If you like smoother rides and bump handling, look hard at the Mercedes C class, that car handled bumps well and had a very smooth suspension. Feature wise, the 335xi has more features than I will ever really use. I only wish the navigation system posted the speed limit for the stretch of road you are driving on, that is a feature I really like with the stand alone Garmin models. The heated seats are awesome and get so hot so quickly I wonder what impact that is having on the battery, but so far I've had no issues. If anything, this car has some extremely well thought out engineering in every single little detail. Now that I've driven this car for several hundred miles around the area, I doubt I'll be able to go back to another sedan again. I believe I will be driving BMWs for a long time to come.
Outstanding performance and handling! A rocketship of a ride with the 300HP twin turbos. Slightly bumpy on local streets due to tight sports suspension, which is a minor price to pay for the handling around turns and on open roads. Overall an exceptional drive.