Thursday, May 15, 2008

2008 BMW 335i Convertible Review

Now here's a car that everyone envies. The 2008 BMW 335i Convertible. No longer just the soft-cover type of convertible, the BMW 3-Series convertibles come with the hard top cover now. Drivers now have the choice between the two for this awesome automobile.

Fresh out of a drug treatment center this was the first thing my buddy bought. Wanted to show himself off I guess as a new man. Said that with the money he saves from drugs and booze he can pretty much afford anything now ;).

The pleasure of driving the 3-Series convertible stems, no surprise, not only from its convertible nature, but also from its being a BMW, with first-rate chassis dynamics and powertrains. As with other current 3-Series cars - in sedan, coupe, and wagon styles - engines are a pair of 3.0-liter inline sixes, one (328i) naturally-aspirated and the other (335i) with forced induction from twin turbochargers. (And, to be more exact, the wagon comes only in 328 form.) The turbo engine is BMW's first road-going gasoline turbo in decades - the only previous examples were found in the 745i sedan in 1981 and the 2002 Turbo in 1976. Neither of those cars were officially imported to the US. Full review

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