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2007 BMW 3 Series 335i Coupe RWDReview
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Bmw 2007 335i... A Great Ride With A Style... — I think the 2007 BMW 3 Series Coupe is as good as it should be, and better than ever. Every driving enthusiast should own a Bimmer at some point. And for the money, there are none that can match this one's speed and agility.

Pros: It's a great car if you like sporty coupe with speed and power.  The design looks gorgeous both in and out.  Everything feels very sturdy.  

Cons: I'm not a huge fan of automatic seat belt arm.

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328i Coupe RWDReview
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Great Car! — This is a great sports car for a reasonable price! The handling is impressive and the fuel costs are decent. The interior is friendly to navigate through and the power seats have more than enough options for a comfortable ride!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Great looking and handling car!

Cons: Back seat space!

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2007 BMW 3 Series 335i Sedan RWDReview
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Don't Want An M3, Get This! — If you don't want to spring for the M3 or M5, get this. I wouldn't get any of the other 3-series.' They all don't have enough power. With this car, you still get great gas mileage, head-turns, sportiness with luxury AND more torque than the M3! Can't beat it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Handling. MPG. Power/Torque. Interior Comfort.

Cons: Just a bit of a turbo lag sometimes..

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
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Bmw Sucks — Performance- Sucks in commuter, Okay on highway Looks allright, not a reliable car, too many sensors which give too many problems, good handling and DTC system, gas mileage sucks, and high maintenance cost, fun for just short drifts, never BMW again.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: nothing

Cons: too many things

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2007 BMW 3 Series 335i Sedan RWDReview
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The Top Of The Line 3 Series Is All That And A Bag Of Chips. — My wife just wanted a 3 series. She said she would be perfectly happy with a 325. Then she drove the 335i and called me to say "I want this one!!" Music to my ears. She uses it to drive her 40 mile round trip commute to work every day, but I drive it on the weekend when we run errands or go out at night when the weather isn't perfect and I decide to leave the M3 in the garage. It's such a GREAT car that sometimes I don't even mss the M3. It's hard to say anything about the handling and power of a 3 series that hasn't already been said, but it really is an amazing driver's car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Power!  These are 300 very capable horses.  Handling is typical 3 series, that is to say amazing.  This is also a very smooth car to drive quickly.  On the freeway it always seems to have one more gear.  There is always a little more power if you need it.

Cons: For a daily driver, this car eats tires, and they are so dang expensive.  

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2007 BMW 3 Series 335i Convertible RWDReview
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I Would Own A 335i Over An M3 Any Day! —

great looking car colour combination is spot on and looks and style are amazing, power wise I guess she is not bad at all goes off the clock at 160mph but there is so much more power still left in her so I am not sure what speeds she goes at after that but you have another 1500 rpm left before she goes into the red zone. handling wise I guess I have improved that due to slamming her on the coilover suspension so she goes at very high speeds around bends almost to the point of not realising how fast you are taking the country bends at 90/100 mph which is surprising as if it wasnt for the suspension I doubt the standard M Power suspension would allow you to do that. tyres on the back are super expensive but thats only due to my self putting the wide 285/25/20 size tyre on her hence the profile are like rubber bands, but overall I am a man used to 190mph cars so its not satisfying in that sense compared to a Porsche 911 turbo but for a rear wheel drive car with great looks and style she defo is more of a puller then the Porsche dont know why but woman do love bmw's and she gets a lot of compliments compared to my last Porsche. This car is a living proof that without spending a lot of money you can make the 335i faster then the V8 M3's, If I upgrade the silicone hoses and the recirculation valves as they are crap plastic ones I am sure she would produce over the 400bhp as this one is chipped and mapped to 400bhp already.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: great looker and fantastic car for summer and all round fun bit pricey on petrol if you drive it hard but yet very economical if driven gentle, make sure you dont drive it with low fuel as they do not like that apart from that brakes are not so good in standard form so I will upgrade them to better after market discs and pads as I have upped the power and the single pot callipers at the front are not good at all the callipers look very big and it looks like 2 pot callipers but there not just single pot large callipers, it was rather shocking.

Cons: not as fun as my 911 turbo hence she will be history soon as I got rid of my porsche turbo and E46 m3 to buy this and a CL65AMG, however after owning this for 3 months after selling the M3 and then selling the Porsche I realised I want another Porsche turbo still and the CL65 must change to a CL63 instead so I can budget my self to have the 2 and let go of this unfortunately no matter how great this looks.

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328xi Wagon AWDReview
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Great All-round Car — Great family'ish car. LOTS of cargo space. Great quality fit and finish. Great front seats. Four wheel drive for people who want to drive in the snow. Increased my respect for BMW cars. Sold it for $1k more than I bought it for!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great family all-round car

Cons: Nothing really

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
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Bmw 3 Series Coupe M Sport — horrible gearbox, crashy ride quality but fantastic fuel economy and surprisingly practical. can fit a 9'6 surfboard inside or a MTB less the front wheel. Still looks nice and handles beautifully on fast sweeping roads. insides of tyres wear quickly and when you change them get rid of the run flats and buy falken 452's instead. much nicer ride

Pros: fuel economy
handling on the right road

Cons: ride quality
gearbox. you have to be VERY direct to get a nice change

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328xi Sedan AWDReview
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328xi — The car has ample power to overtake many cars on the road and cruises at 80 mph quietly and effortlessly. The interior is plain but clean with comfortable leather seats that are heated when needed. The audio system is excellent especially for the driver with an under-seat sub woofer built in and auxiliary jack in the center console. Oil changes are expensive but last for 12k miles instead of the standard 3k miles although I'd go for every 7,500 miles.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It looks great for a sedan.  There's very few other sedans I'd pick over a BMW 3, 5, or 7 besides our other car, a G37x sport.  The AWD is excellent in the snow but I wish traction control would take a nap whenever I want to have a little fun.

Cons: Premium gas, costly synthetic oil changes.

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2007 BMW 3 Series 328xi Wagon AWDReview
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Not You Moms Wagon, Sport Style, Power And Safety — I love this car,fun to drive yet very safe easy to drive easy to park, it has all you would want or need. Handles like a sport car, yet room for kids and very safe plenty of air bags. Great comfy seats long or short drives in style moon roof, premium sound, navagation, heated seats, bluetooth seats 5 in comfort Xenon lights, Steptronic automatic, with sports drive, cold weather package, premium package,roof rack, run flat tires. Yet so much more!

Pros: Sporty yet lots of room with plenty of pep.Not your Moms wagon. All premium package moonroof, nav never get lost again real time traffic, bluetooth

Cons: no cons here

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