I recommend the 335is. The "is" model has a bit lower stance with M suspension, the 19" 313 wheels are some of the best stock wheels in my opinion, and the 335is has a exhaust that is exclusive to that model only. It has a nice gargle when you let off the throttle and is quite throaty. I wanted a manual transmission but after test driving the dual clutch, the choice was easy. The DCT is very much a manual transmission with a auto option in my opinion. Yes you don't have a clutch that you as the driver regulate but the shifts with the DCT are lightening fast and hit hard. This car may not be a e92 M3 but don't be fooled, its a wolf in sheep's clothing making almost 100ftlbs more torque while in overboost. Do yourself favor and get a 335is.
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2007 BMW 335Joe berry - Anniston, AL07/04/2016
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.
Costly maintenance after warranty
2011 BMW 335BMW OWNER - Woodbridge, VA06/05/2015
Not a practical everyday driver. Heavy tight steering for city driving. Okay for the highway. Slow off the line. Turbo lag. Not quite an M3. Maybe a 335is would be better but does not come in 4 door for 2011 model. 2011 no longer has BMW warranty. Very expensive to maintain.
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