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First of all..a disclaimer: Am not a car fanatic, nor the most mechanically inclined person you will ever meet. I do, however, know enough about cars to know when you are driving a well-made, well-engineered car. Let's begin with the aesthetics: As expected, this car has a very strong European flavor to its external styling as well as the interior layout and trim. The instrument console is easy to read an interpret. Most of the controls are intuitive, however, the light that indicates whether the rain sensor (for the windshield wipers) has been activates is blocked by the steering wheel. The sound system is of high quality, but one would have expected more than a single CD deck in this model. In terms of handling, this car leaves nothing to be desired. It is very responsive to light touches of the accelerator and seems to have a predilection for going about 80 mph. The center of gravity is pretty low as the car takes turns and rapid braking with no perceptible loss of grip on the road. The manual transmission is well designed and enables the driver to truly sense the power of this dual turbo-charged engine.
335i has a sporty feel...refined...ultimate driving machine..i have owned 5..this is my first 335I..love it....has a Shelby....choose the 335I hands down....maintenance is just like any other car...if you are an enthusiast you know to take care of your equipment.
Look this is not as affordable as most vehicles however, it is definitely worth every single penny. The torque and horsepower along with the BMW's bumper to bumper warranty & maintenance for 100K miles/7years. If you can afford it (as well as the tires every year - approximately $2G's a set Michelin PS2 Sports ZR ZP)... than get it... no Mercedes or Audi can touch this 3 series BMW with twin turbos!