How fast...acceleration?

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Asked by Dec 24, 2008 at 12:19 PM about the 2007 BMW 3 Series

Question type: General

What is the 0-60 time for a 2007 BMW 330i Convertible?

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8.3 seconds

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Why so slow...? i have 330 M3paket black one 231ps from 2002. and its goes from 0-100 on 5.8 sek

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no from the company its 6.5 for coupe and 7.0 for Convertible for 2002 but about 2007 i think it's same

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oh and is no different between 330ci regular and Mtec only body kit an some interior changes

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E46 with the Mtek body kit is usually the ZHP model which has sport tuned exhaust, perf. cams, 6SPD MT, and a sporty suspension, most likely a little quicker.

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From the e46 Wiki: 330 ZHP Performance Package (USA) . . . The ZHP package was available for the E46 platform beginning with mid-2003 330i sedans, and the following year for 330Ci coupes & convertibles. It has become a highly sought-after model due to its unique modifications. Car and Driver magazine track-tested the car, which returned a 0-60 mph time of 5.6 seconds and passed through the 1/4 mile in 14.2 seconds.

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You got me curious: The '07 330i Cabrio [note: E93 not the E46 mentioned above] uses an N54B30 engine rated at 255 HP and did 0-60 in 6.7 seconds. The previous engine was an M54B30 and produced 225/235 BHP.

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They stopped making the 330 and replaced it with the 335 in 07, atleast in the states so I have no idea.

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