BMW 335i 2007

The new 2007 BMW 335i E92 on the road.

BMW has officially unveiled the new 2007 BMW 335i and 328i coupes, which arrive in U.S. showrooms this September. The 335 has a new 300 horsepower inline six-cylinder with twin-turbochargers, high-precision fuel injection, and an all-aluminum crankcase, pushing the car to 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds.

The 335i Coupe will be joined in the U.S. by the 230 horsepower 328i Coupe, which hits 60 mph in 6.2 seconds. In addition to the standard six-speed manual, both models will be offered with an available six-speed Steptronic automatic transmission.

The 2007 3-Series coupe also includes the option of xDrive all-wheel drive for the first time ever in a BMW coupe. It will be available this fall in the 328xi Coupe. Adaptive Xenon headlights and Horizontal LED taillights are standard equipment.
When the 2007 BMW 335i coupe arrives in showrooms on September 1, it will be the first gasoline-powered Bimmer in a generation to incorporate a turbocharger. With a sleek, newly designed body, the 300-horsepower 335i is the most powerful non-M3-series BMW coupe ever, and is also the most high-tech. Driving the sport-tuned 335i is a pleasure: bucket loads of torque in each gear are made usable by precise steering and magnetic handling. Our tester was equipped with the optional Sport package, which gave us sport seats with power-adjustable backrest width, 18-inch alloy wheels with W-rated run-flat tires, and an increased limited top speed of 155mph. Also available is the Cold Weather package, which adds a headlight cleaning system, heated front seats with expanded heating area, and a ski bag. (We venture to suggest, however, that those wishing to muck around in the new 3-series coupe in the snow wait for the launch of the all-wheel-drive new 328xi later this year.)

In the cabin, the 335i delivers all of BMW’s latest optional tech systems: Bluetooth hands-free calling, GPS navigation via the second-generation iDrive interface, and adaptive cruise control are all offered as stand-alone options. A surround-sound Logic7 audio system with the ability to play advanced digital audio formats (MP3, WMA) comes standard, as does a generic auxiliary input jack for those wishing to stream their iPod libraries through the car’s 13 speakers. Other standard tech includes adaptive headlights, adaptive brake lights, and a unique seatbelt presenter, which (in theory) saves you the trouble of stretching. Those looking to buy the 2007 335i coupe will have to stretch to $41,295 for the basic model, and a bit further according to their a la carte option preferences.

Scribbled on December 18th 2008 in BMW, BMW Series 3,
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