2010 BMW 3 Series Top Comparisons

Users ranked 2010 BMW 3 Series against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

Have you driven a 2010 BMW 3 Series?  

User Reviews

View reviews where users commented on categories.

Clear selections

Displaying 31 - 40 of 2010 BMW 3 Series 40 reviews.

2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
FTguy writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

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.

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
3 Series

Looking for a Used 3 Series in your area?

CarGurus has 13,572 nationwide 3 Series listings starting at $2,499.

ZIP:
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWDReview
ajm1126 writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

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

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 335i Convertible RWDReview
jaysea7 writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

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.

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Sedan RWDReview
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

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.

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i xDrive Sedan AWDReview
Alli writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

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

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 SeriesReview
Brenhden writes:
Appearance:
Performance:
Quality:
Overall:

Perfect Compromise Between Practical And Fun. — Perfect compromise between practical and fun. Goes just as fast as you need, perfect driving position and handling, I often find myself driving too fast round corners just to see if I can ge tthe back end out and hold it. You can fit quite a lot of junk in the back. Not totally confortable though as the suspension is set up for feeling the road which is something your Granny doesn't really want...

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

Pros: For the love of driving.

Cons: Cost and comfort.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Is this helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 SeriesReview
Karim writes:
Appearance:
Performance:
Quality:
Overall:

Awesome — overall gooood and the stability is like no other, its performance is also good after 80 and its top speed is 230km\h and its cost isnt to bad and its sooooo fun when usingDTCafter 180 the last press on the button

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

Pros: DTC

Cons: engine 1.6

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWDReview
Dick writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

This Car Has Been A Great Tonic For Me. — I love this car. It was a great morale booster for me during a time of my life where I needed a boost. It helped me immeasurably. It has looks, style, performance, handling, and fun. This is one great car and provides so much pleasure.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Performance, looks, style, fun.

Cons: Small trunk.  My wife doesn't like because it's too low to the ground.

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 335d Sedan RWDReview
ichap003 writes:
Accessories:
Battery Life:
Brakes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Daily Commute:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Interior Noise:
Interior Space:
Long Trips:
Maintenance Cost:
Off-Road:
Parking:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Ride Comfort:
Safety:
Snow/Ice:
Looks/Style:
Visibility:
Warranty:
Weight:
Overall:

Amazing Bmw Doesn't Recall The Injectors —

I love the power, more torque than the M3 of the same year, the power and convenience that are applied to the car are outstanding. The quality of everything inside and out is great as well. Looks, wow what can I say, He is sexy and just a damn good looking car. The Power, O my G-D, I've been asked, so you couldn't get a faster car, apparently not. Maintenance, I hate you so much for one thing BMW, the cost of parts. There is one particular part and I would say to anyone thinking about getting a D to do it. But the Injectors, which all go out for no apparent reason cost 650 inch. BMW is not recalling these, no, every injector that goes out, they're recommending us to get 6 new installed to the tune of 4500$ all around. Here is the kicker these injectors the replacement ones that is, do not have the same part number. Hmmm, so what you're saying is that BMW sees that the injectors that are coming with the vehicle are garbage, so they're changing them to a more reliable one but not recalling the injectors because they're faulty but making the consumer buy 5k$ worth of work on a vehicle because they don't want to fix their own mistake. Don't get me wrong I love BMW's but this is such a crock of SH*& that it makes me angry, i mean at least release the rights to the injectors so some other company could manufacture them and I wouldn't be down 5k, besides that I had to spend another 2500$ doing a carbon cleaning, and replacing the EGR valve, because I wasn't the original owner, That was yet another frustrating incident. The GDI, gas direct injection, is an amazing technological feat, that diesels have been doing for some time i may add. But this also causes an issue, The regular fuel injection process, ends up cleaning the intake's top end of the valves, by spraying fuel down the intake and therefore the carbon that is created by burning fuel doesn't build up. GDI, does not do this, the build up got tho the point in this baby that the EGR valve was basically damaged, and should've been covered by the BMW emissions warranty, but again no. They made us pay out of pocket, as I was getting Medically retired from the Army for injuries sustained in the line of duty, costing thousands and thousands of dollars, just in time for me to not know when the retirement pay will kick in, Thanks BMW. The back seats, meh, they're not huge but unlike the E46 I had, they have room and people can actually sit in the back comfortably with us in the front still in relative comfort. Handeling, what can I say, Power plus grip and technology to back it up, just wow. The front seats, they're amazing comfortable, and you feel like you're strapping in to fly a jet, it kind of is the case. reliability, minus the things that should be recalled but won't be, is astounding, starts every time and runs great. As a family car, it has that down, its fast comfortable and reliable. I love it, and it can blow some cars out of the water. Price, it was used and we got it for a deal, its maintenance cost drives the rating of the price down because of that, but it is worth, if the other issues were to be fixed, the price, original MSRP of 51kish and our used price of 25k is a good point. Cargo capacity, I rate in cars based on how many dead bodies i could fit in the trunk, Im kidding. The truck is large, and spacious, i can and have fit may items from storage units in the trunk, i buy and sell them, yes like storage wars but not staged. It is a good size and could easily be used to pack enough stuff for a cross country trip. Overall I would love to have given it 5 stars, but in the end of the day, I simply can't do that. Not only are parts that should be recalled and things that should've been under warranty not, and therefore coming directly from my savings killing me. But its is the principal of it, if I got a part for this car, other than something simple. I could not install it and many shops can't either, because BMW does not release their programming information. Great example, I had a E46, the predecessor to the E90, If i were given two fuel injectors, I could only install one, that being onto the E46, but still with some amount of hassle. Example 2 If i were given a fuel injector for my Toyota Supra, and one for my 335D, I could not install the parts onto the 335D because I do not have nor do i want to spend 15K$ to buy the rights for the program for one year. I do really love the car, but BMW has let me down, It pains me to rate this wonderful car lower than my 98 dodge ram. If BMW USA were to o i don't know, stop making thousands of once loyal customers pay substantial amounts of moneys to replace a flawed part, from their product, or even offer a stipend to help reduct the cost of said issue. I would not only raise my rating but once again I would venture forth and buy another Beem.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great comfort, reliability and quality

Cons: The price of basic parts

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWD Review
GuruXVTS6 says:
vs2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWD
2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWD winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Back Seats Ranked 2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWD worse.
"Nobody EVER sits in the back seat in a convertible"
Would Buy Ranked 2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Convertible RWD better.
"I want a convertible, not a sedan"

Displaying 31 - 40 of 2010 BMW 3 Series 40 reviews.

Reviews From Other Years

2021 BMW 3 Series Reviews

Review By GuruXPZRK

The m340 is superb! The handling, power, tech, comfort, and appearance are unparalleled with any car in its class. I loved my 2018 BMW 340ix and couldn’t envision better, but it truly is night and d... Read More

2020 BMW 3 Series Reviews

Review By Guru9HVD16

Good values, pretty good shape of cars. Brand new mode with advanced technology interior. Read More

Review By Arjun

I have test driven only the M 340. It is excellent. I am currently driving an M240 convertible and if I was not a lover of the open sky would definitely trade this in. The power delivery is excell... Read More

2019 BMW 3 Series Reviews

Review By Kenneth

Great car! New body style, new features! I love it! Read More

Review By Guru32542

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

2018 BMW 3 Series Reviews

Review By JoeTaylor3

The car does not have comparable amenities to other luxury cars and is way overpriced Read More

Review By Endever

As far as sport and luxury go, I dont think you can find better value in this class. The BMW 3 series looks great, handles great, is quick, comfortable, and pretty economical even. The material select... Read More

2017 BMW 3 Series Reviews

Review By GuruT2JBM

Great car. No problems. My 5th Beemer. Had lots of cars. Now I know why people get a Beemer. Read More

Review By Mark

Lots of of leg room in this extremely appealing car. Love the style, and the drive and handling are exceptional with AWD. Read More

3 Series

Looking for a Used 3 Series in your area?

CarGurus has 13,572 nationwide 3 Series listings starting at $2,499.

ZIP:
Have you driven a 2010 BMW 3 Series?