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.
335is (car is a WOLF!) hear it growl
2011 BMW 335WILLIAM G. - City, RI06/06/2016
Amazing automobile . There is a reason they only made a limited number of this car. It's too good to share!!! Feels like I am riding the front of a bottle rocket. This is a purpose built machine with nearly 100 more torque than e92 m3 will shred the streets! Enjoy
335is Quality and performance
2011 BMW 335Dustin Bell - Ventura, CA04/21/2016
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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