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2008 BMW 335xi Midsize Sports Coupe

What was tested? 2008 BMW 335xi Coupe ($43,000). Options: Paint upgrade ($550), premium package ($2,650), sport package ($500), steering wheel paddle shifters ($100), automatic transmission ($1,325), comfort access system ($500), heated front seats ($500), navigation system ($2,100). Price as tested (including $825 destination charge): $52,050. If you’re on a quest to buy the best sports sedan in the world, chances ... Read More »

2007 BMW 328xi Compact Sports Coupe and Convertible

The styling on BMW's new 3-series is crisp, modern and aggressive, exactly as a German car should be. Leather, wood, brushed metal and lots of electronics are precisely assembled in the BMW 3-series cabin. It creates a luxurious interior that would be at home in Star Trek. Read More »

2006 BMW 330i Compact Sports Sedan

BMW compact cars include a new design for four-door sedans. The 330i rides on an expanded rear-wheel-drive (RWD) platform with longer wheelbase and wider track to enhance chassis dynamics and hone handling. Read More »

2006 BMW 325i and 330i Compact Sport Sedans

The International Brain Injury Association named BMW "Safe Car of the Millennium." That's a title well-deserved. Long known as a good bet for its high quality parts, high resale value and high-performance fun, the BMW - particularly the 3 Series 325i and 330i for 2006 - is also unparalleled in its safety features. The typical BMW airbag system is married to the new Head Protection System (SRS), which keeps occupants' head from hitting the side windows as well as keeping outside projectiles from entering the vehicle in the event of a collision. Read More »

2005 BMW 3 Series Near-Luxury Compact Sedan, Wagon, Coupe, and Convertible

New Car Overview of the 2005 BMW 3 Series Near-Luxury Compact Sedan, Wagon, Coupe, and Convertible Description: Near-Luxury Compact Sedan, Wagon, Coupe, and Convertible Base MSRP Range: $29,300 – $55,800 Invoice Price Range: $28,825 – $50,940 Where built: Germany, South Africa Anchoring BMW’s line, the extensive 3-Series string of compact cars includes a four-door sedan, five-door station wagon, and two-door ... Read More »

2003 BMW 3 Series Sports Sedan, Coupe, Convertible and Wagon

The majority of all cars sold with a BMW badge come from the 3-Series class of compacts. These vehicles — in designs of a four-door sedan, five-door station wagon and two-door coupe or convertible — set a high standard for performance, handling and agility. Model nomenclature amounts to alphanumeric designations to describe the body style and displacement of an engine. ... Read More »