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BMW 335ci Sport--Chicago Cars Direct HD

Test drive and walkaround of a 2007 BMW 335i Sport coupe from Chicago Cars Direct.


 


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2007 BMW 335 Ci STEPTRONIC Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice A Winning Engine We've raved about the power and flexibility of BMW's twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder engine based on our experience with it in the 3 Series coupe, and the sentiment is much the same in the convertible. The inline-six makes 300 horsepower at 5,800 rpm and 300 pounds-feet of torque at a low 1,400 rpm. BMW says a manual-transmission convertible can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. Those are impressive numbers, for sure, but without a rewarding driving experience to match, they aren't worth much. The 335i convertible doesn't have to worry about that, though, as the engine feels strong all over the rev range without any turbo lag. The engine's power can catch you by surprise, too; before you know it, you'll be doing 80 without even trying. Buyers get a choice of a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission with BMW's Steptronic clutchless-manual mode. The convertible I tested had the six-speed manual, and while it is a slick-shifting transmission — it pops from gear to gear — and is paired with a forgiving, easy-engaging clutch, the shifter itself is rather tall, which discourages the kind of quick shifting a BMW-buying enthusiast is likely to engage in. The Inside The convertible cabin is nearly identical to the coupe's, with premium materials throughout and a clean-looking appearance. The headliner fully conceals the top's mechanical components from view, and in addition to the various trim schemes featuring real wood, aluminum and leather, buyers can decide whether or not they want BMW's controversial iDrive, a knob-based control system that operates audio and navigation features, among other things. Front occupants have power front seats with a memory feature for the driver. The 335i's seats are covered in leather that features BMW's Sun Reflective Technology. These seats, along with the armrests, head restraints and gear selector, are treated with color pigment designed to reflect the sun's infrared radiation and, according to BMW, keep dark-colored surfaces cooler by as much as 36 degrees Fahrenheit. There's technically room for two adults in the backseat, but in reality that depends on where the front occupants have positioned their seats. The rear backrest makes passengers sit at an upright angle, which isn't that comfortable. Backseat headroom is decent, and BMW includes a switch on the side of the front bucket seats that lets rear passengers move them forward for more graceful entry and exit. Besides the standard suite of power equipment like windows, locks and mirrors, there's a master power-window switch that lowers and raises all of the windows at once. Additional standard features include a power trunklid, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, dual-zone automatic air conditioning and a CD audio system.




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