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BMW 335i Convertible--D&M Motorsports Test Drive and Video Review with Chris Moran
A nearly-new 2011 BMW 335i Convertible presented by Chris Moran from D&M
The 3 Series coupe and convertible have been slightly restyled for 2011,
and have been given an additional model in the form of the more
sport-oriented 335is. All 335i models receive a new, more fuel-efficient turbocharged engine. The upgraded stereo is
also once again branded as a Harman Kardon.
They say that variety is the spice of life. If that's true, the 2011 BMW 3
Series can make things hotter than a habanero. You can get a sedan, a
wagon, a coupe and a convertible; there are two turbocharged six-cylinders, a wickedly torquey
diesel engine and a regular six-cylinder that's hardly a slouch. Then there
are more add-ons to be had than ornaments for a Christmas tree. Yep,
there's really something for everyone, which partly explains why the 3
Series has been so popular for so long. Oh, and the fact that it's one of
the finest automobiles on the globe may have something to do with it, too.
Now in its sixth year since the last full redesign, the BMW 3 Series
soldiers on with key changes for 2011. The coupe and convertible get a mild
styling refresh that only the keen eyes of Bimmerphiles will notice. More
important, though, is an all-new engine for the 335i models. Its output
remains the same, but the switch to a single twin-scroll turbocharger in place of the old engine's dual
single-scroll turbochargers combines
with direct injection to improve fuel economy. Not only is the new 335i
thriftier than the old one, it sips slightly less fuel than the 328i.
The old twin-turbo inline-6 lives on,
however, in the new 335is coupe and convertible. This sport-tuned version
produces 320 horsepower and 332
pound-feet of torque, with an overBoost function that can briefly bump torque up
to 370 lb-ft. We're guessing that the 335is will hit 60 mph in just a hair
under 5 seconds. In many ways bridging the gap between 335i and M3, the
335is also features a sport-tuned suspension and Exhaust, an aerodynamic body kit, sport seats
and a chunkier steering wheel.
Otherwise, the 3 Series remains one of the most desirable vehicles on the
road. Quite simply, no other entry-level luxury model can match the
Bimmer's exquisite combination of athletic handling and premium ride
comfort. Even the base suspension setup is more capable than most, while
the Sport package gives it sports-car-grade cornering capabilities without
the slightest hint of impact harshness. This sophisticated dual nature has
often been imitated, but never duplicated.
Automotive journalists like us often wax poetic about the 3 Series, but
there's a reason for that: It's just that good. With the updates made this
year, we see no reason why the 2011 BMW 3 Series should fall from its
perch. Of course, there are worthy rivals and the 3 Series certainly
doesn't provide the most equipment for your buck. The Audi A4/A5/S4/S5,
Cadillac CTS, Infiniti G37 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class certainly deserve
test-drives. But if you just make a single trip to the BMW store, we can't
say we blame you.
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
The 2011 BMW 3 Series is available in sedan, wagon, coupe and
hardtop-convertible body styles. The base model for all styles is the
rear-wheel-drive 328i, while the coupe, sedan and wagon also come in
all-wheel-drive 328i xDrive guise. All but the wagon are available as the
rear-drive 335i, and the sedan and coupe can be had in 335i xDrive form.
The coupe and convertible are available as the sport-oriented 335is. There
is also a diesel-powered sedan known as the 335d. Got all that?
Standard equipment on the 328i models includes 16-inch wheels, heated side
mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, foglamps, "leatherette"
premium vinyl upholstery, automatic climate control and a 10-speaker sound
system with CD player, HD radio and an auxiliary audio jack. The coupe
comes with a sport-tuned suspension, while the convertible gets a
power-retractable hardtop, an upgraded stereo and power front seats with
driver memory. Both two-door 328i's get 17-inch wheels and adaptive xenon
In addition to their different engines, the 335i and 335d add 17-inch
wheels, adaptive xenon headlights (sedan and wagon), a sunroof (not
convertible) and power front seats with driver memory. The 335is coupe and
convertible get a more powerful engine, a sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch
wheels, a special body kit, sport seats and a sport steering wheel.
2012 BMW 3 Series Coupe Convertible In Depth Tour
The Ultimate BMW 3 Series tour providing an awesome BMW review of the 2012
BMW 3 Series Coupe Convertible In Depth Tour. Watch as we take you through
the BMW 3 Series Coupe Convertible.
Exterior, BMW 3 Series Interior, BMW 3 Series Test Drive, BMW 3 Series
Speed Test, BMW 3 Series Off Road, Start-up, Engine, Trunk, Tires, Rims,
BMW 3 Series Parking and Safety.
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2010 BMW 325i Convertible Start-Up, Full Vehicle Tour and Test Drive
I got to have a look at this beautiful facelifted E93 BMW 325i convertible
at the recent BMW Innovation Day at Batu Kawan Stadium in Penang. Me and my
dad were in this car as well as the 335i Coupe. I would say the 335i Coupe
is the sweeter car, but I didn't get a chance to film that, so this was the
only car I could film at that event. The Z4 sDrive35is and 135i Coupe that
were in my previous videos were also the cars in the convoy for this event.
This was my first time in a convertible on a highway, and also my first
time DRIVING a convertible on the highway. The experience was awesome!