2011 BMW 3 Series Sedan
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- Just right
- Cabin trim rattles
Purchased As New
I have a 2011 335i M-Sport that I bought in May. M-Sport, nav, harmon-kardon sound system, ipod/smartphone integration, sunroof, xenon adaptive headlights, black on black leather. This car is everything I wanted. I previously had a (very) used E46 325xi, and I love that car, but this is head and shoulders above. It's meant to be driven hard and does very well at that. Accelerates like a raped ape, but can be driven very comfortably around town as well. I get 29-32 highway mpg and 19-21 around town. the new iDrive system is great, and the nav/screen is a must. The HK sound package with Logic7 surround sound makes the environment. The base stereo and speakers sound like a cheap transistor radio in comparison. As for the ride and handling, the car lives up to "Ultimate Driving Machine" standards except for one thing and that's the run flats. They make the car feel rougher than they need to be, and I don't like the fact that there is no spare as a result. The seats in the M-Sport package are great, as is the steering wheel. Perfect size, perfect feel. The view and visibility are spot-on perfect. You really get a sense of great situational awareness. The only time I feel like visibility is compromised is when the rear middle headrest is up, and that's rare. Steering is just a bit heavier than the E46 was, but precise and predictable. Value is BMW. You will pay a premium for what you get but it is so worth it. Down mark for the trim rattling but they are working diligently to remedy that one issue. Black is a PITA to keep clean but that's the trade off for the sexiest car in the lot at work....read morehide
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- All BMW look the same that it seems all drkve the same car irregardless of model!
- High price, bad reliability, gas guzzler, performance issues recalls!
Purchased As New
Got my 2011 BMW 335i expecting to drive more, but instead going to the shop more often than the usual free maintenance offered by BMW. I am now sick and tired of having a car with reliability issues that I intend of selling it and losing a lot of money just to get rid of the problems associated with the car. I have also before this bought a Lexus that I traded in for the BMW, also with bad reliability issues with the engine and recalls.
Bottom line is, I am sticking with AMERICAN cars from now on, as they know the problems with their cars and know how to fix them!...read morehide
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