I've owned several E92 3 series and they're great cars. When buying one I really recommend getting a full maintenance warranty, not because they're unreliable (quite the opposite in fact), but because these are performance-built cars with turbo high-compression engines that require a bit more TLC than your average daily driver so sometimes even small issues can add up really quickly.
That's the trade-off when buying a "driver's car" with the best suspensions and transmissions in the industry next to Porsche. The N55 engine is also a multiple Engine of the Year Award recipient and the '11-'13 models are the last years BMW still used hydraulic steering before swapping to electronic. They're some of the best cars BMW has ever produced.
Ultimate Driving Machine
2013 BMW 335Warren Wolfe - Anderson, SC03/12/2017
Nice amount of power whenever you need it. DCT transmission is performance engineered and creates an awesome driving experience. Very classy car and with the hardtop convertible it's like having two different cars. We've had 5 different BMW's over the last18 years and this is by far the best one yet!
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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Published on Monday, January 29, 2018
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