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%.
2007 BMW 335i
citg0 - 21904, MD06/12/2010
Great car; couldn't ask for more. High-pressure fuel pump problem, but this year of 335is is notorious for that. Luckily, I've still got a bit of factory warranty left; I just think it's something I should have been made aware of prior to my purchase. I actually look forward to going to work/class because this thing's so fun to drive.
Added after-market yellow foglights, eyelids, sunroof wind-deflector, lip. Personalized, yet classy. =)
B - Austin, TX07/11/2014
Our BMW is an outstanding car and the manufactures warranty and maintenance program seem to be the best on the market. We obviously bought it used from CarMax but the warranties and maintenance packages were fully transferable and extendable to 100K miles, which is a great piece of mind. A 335 is a family sports car. It feels like a 911 on the road but has the practicality of a family sedan. The car looks fast just parked in the garage. The only con we have is the run flat tires. They are expensive to replace and they do not have the advertised 50 mile flat running range unless they are brand-new. Our next set will be conventional tires and I will throw a doughnut in the trunk.
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