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Video Review: BMW 335i Sedan

3-Series | April 22nd, 2009 by 3
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The following BMW 335i Sedan review is one of the best, straight to the point, reviews I have seen in a long time. They fellows …

The following BMW 335i Sedan review is one of the best, straight to the point, reviews I have seen in a long time. They fellows at OnCars tested a beautiful 2009 335i, facelifted version. As they mention early in their video review, the 335i Sedan is one of the “most frequently targeted automobile benchmark” and clearly an inspiration to other automakers competing in the sport sedan market.

Cheaper than an M3, but still packing more power than any other 3er ever built. The 335i models are powered by a 3.0 liter twin-turbo straight six engine which outputs 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque at an incredibly modest 1,400 rpm. Pretty impressive, right? Trust me, I know since I own a 335i as well.

As a teaser, I will show you some of the photos that will be posted in my 335i test drive article this week. But for now, let’s see what OnCars has to tell us about the BMW 335i Sedan:

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And our upcoming BMW 335i Sedan Test Drive
Video Review: BMW 335i Sedan

Video Review: BMW 335i Sedan

Thanks for the tip Doug!

  • Jordan

    I think this facelift is perfect for the 3 series! it’s exactly what it needed and this is what it should have been to start with. the back looks just as good as the front and maybe a bit better too. i love the new sculpting around the bumper and front of the car, exactly what it needed. the creaces in the hood might be “slightly” too busy but i think it’s great. the pre-facelift bumper to me was way too plain and reminded me of a toyota styling. good job BMW! love to see what they come up with for the new 1 series and the next 3 series.

  • sam

    do we really need a 3:46 video telling us what the car looks like? This videos brings meaning to the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words”.

    they should have focused more on the car’s driving.

  • Doug

    @sam: That site does 3-part reviews, one will focus on driving characteristics. Look at their other reviews, they all follow that format.

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