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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i xDrive Wagon AWDReview
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Sport And Utility In Perfect Size — Excellent combination of sport and utility. Ultimate sport wagon. Great response, dynamics, steering feedback. Great cargo volume. All-in-all - everything you need from the car: power, capacity, handling. Perfect packaging: all options are practical and rational. Media/Bluetooth/Navigation functionality is superb

Pros: perfect dynamics and responsiveness

Cons: none

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2010 BMW 3 Series 335i Coupe RWDReview
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Great Update From 328 — get the fully loaded one. Sport package and logic 7is a must, navi is good to have just for a screen. Buy a stripped 3 would rip you off. The fully loaded one is top notched, and nice fuel economy is a plus

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

Pros: great engine, nice fuel economy for the power. handling, comfortable sport seat, nice logic 7
AW+saddle looks awesome

Cons: cost. insurance

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
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Lovely Colors - Wine/barbera Red Metallic Exterior And Beige Leatherette Interior — I recently changed jobs and stopped commuting, so I plan to sell the car. I got a Mazda Miata instead, but on longer trips the BMW would definitely be more comfortable. If I had to commute again. I would get this car. Great sound system too.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very solid car. The steering is stiffer compared to other cars and you feel safe in your mini tank.

Cons: Owning a BMW does cost more, but at the same time you're paying for what you get (and you get alot of luxury). Gas is about $70 for a 16 gallon take and it will last you about 350 miles.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i xDrive Sedan AWDReview
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Amazing Car, Fun To Drive..."ultimate Driving Experience" —

Ive basically only owned trucks but have been lucky enough to drive some very nice cars but never a BMW. I rode in one on the Autobahn(the only play to truly experience driving a car) but that was is. While shopping for cars I test drove everything and this car blew everything away. Yes, it might not have all the fancy options of a newer car but who really needs everything on a car. I do believe my most exciting thing has been the gas mileage. I have been able to average 20city and 30hwy without babying car at all. Unless you are just wanting a rocket ship(335i), the 328 has all the horsepower you could ever want and stays outta your pocket at the pump. Also love the all-wheel drive, it doesnt have that front wheel drive feel, you can tell it has that sporty rear wheel drive feel but is still a very capable bad weather car. The steering is also a huge plus, so tight and responsive. I feel like i can put this car exactly where i want and its just going to sit down and huge the road. My only disappointment is the back seats, space wise I wasnt expecting much but they are not comfortable, so if you are wanting a car with that you should look elsewhere. Not sure why they are so upright and hard but luckily i spend my time in the drivers seat! Hopefully this helps anyone looking!

Pros: Style, Comfort, Power, Control

Cons: Back Seats, Wood Trim.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 335i Coupe RWDReview
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Amazing Car. — Uber fun to drive. My 3rd 3series BMW. Safety, handling and power to weight ratio are the best atributes; confort and technology closely follow. Great acceleration, braking, and looks; no noise, no blind spots. Also previously owned: 128i 2012 X1 2012 Z4 2011 335i 2009 6S/P 135i 2008 6S/P 530i 2001 Surfboard, board shorts and sunglasses.

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

Pros: Safety, handling and power to weight ratio.

Cons: Availability of maintenance service and parts. ......good only if you live in or near mayor cities.
And most of the time stuck-up personnel that works for BMW but don't own one.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
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Fast, Smooth, Inspirational — This sports edition is not for the faint of heart. The paddle shifters are addictive, and you will find yourself competing for 1st place at every intersection. The acceleration is so smooth you'll be up at 80 and it feels like 30. Whole lotta fun!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great looks, style, and acceleration

Cons: For tall people a bit of a challenge to get in and out. But once you're in it feels like a cockpit.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWDReview
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Wow — Love this car! Hard top lets you drive without realizing it is a convertible until you want the wind in your hair. Nothing better than a BMW convertible! Silver with grey interior....grey poplar wood trim....satellite radio....multi disc....back up sensors....

Pros: Price..all highway miles....BMW...safe...stylish....

Cons: high miles

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2010 BMW 3 Series 335i Convertible RWDReview
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Beautiful, Sporty, Fun! — The car is very well designed and built. The interior is awesome, the exterior design is great from all angles! The only flaw is BMW corporation, the resale value is terrible due to flooding the market with low price leasing deals.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I really enjoy this car as a daily driver. The automatic transmission is fun in manual mode using the paddle shifters!

Cons: Back seats are useless for adults.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
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Handles Like Its On Tracks — If you consider yourself a driver...if you love to drive, enjoy driving then you must buy yourself a BMW. Nothing else compares. I'd stick to the smaller chasis models (3, 1 series). The bigger the car gets, the more you sacrifice on handling and overall manuverability!

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

Pros: Everything but the engine! 2.0 liters on any car is a crime! Especially M Sports suspension (stiffer, and car is lower than stock) M Contour seats, sports stearing wheel, premium sound system (4 subs under the seats)

Cons: The engine! I'm a bit of a power demon. Grew up in the Gulf, Kuwait specifically. So drove Ferraris and Porsches at age 15.

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2010 BMW 3 Series 328i xDrive Sedan AWDReview
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328xi — This car is nice for one person but becomes a tight squeeze for back seat passengers. It is a sports car with refinement. Has a lot of bells and whistles. Poor gas mileage is a trade off for great handling.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: sporty, handles well

Cons: cost, small for family, poor gas economy

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2021 BMW 3 Series Reviews

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2019 BMW 3 Series Reviews

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All in one features in this car. Especially the alloy and internal features. Read More

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This is m 3rd BMW 3 series and I am most impressed how much they have improved it over time. Super smooth ride, excellent informant system, moving the unlock button to the doors instead of the cente... Read More

2018 BMW 3 Series Reviews

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2017 BMW 3 Series Reviews

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This vehicle is hands down the pinnacle of all luxury sports sedans. The options, the mechanics, the price… all of it is what is achieved at the end of desire. Read More

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Love BMW 3 series. Responsive, maneuverable fun to drive. Read More

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