Is the 335i a reliable car?
The BMW 335i enjoys below-average reliability, with some of its model years scoring better than others. RepairPal gave it a rating of 2.0 out of 5.0, ranking it 28th out of 31 for luxury midsize cars in its category.
Is the BMW 335i fast?
The 335i sedan was sold between 2007 and 2013. It comes with an inline six-cylinder turbo powerplant with 2,979cc displacement, which offers 298 hp at 5,800 rpm and 295 lb-ft of torque at 1,200 to 5,000 rpm. It has a top speed of 155 mph, and its 0-60 mph acceleration stands at about 5.4 seconds.
Are BMW Drivers rich?
Along with the Mercedes-Benz, the BMW is another nameplate that discriminating drivers of high net worth insist upon when they want reliability and luxury. So it’s not surprising that the 328 is a favorite among the residents of some of the nation’s wealthiest zip codes.
What is the difference between a 335i and 335is?
This was a “premium” version of the 335i and came with a DCT instead of the standard auto on the N54 335i. It’s also only available in the E92 coupe, and E93 convertible body styles. Unlike the standard 335i of the same years, the 335is uses the older N54 engine.
Why is it so hard to write 335i posts?
These posts are challenging to write because best is subjective. Spoiler alert-we’re not going to say one year 335i is better than another. We’ll break down the differences by year and allow the reader to decide.
What was wrong with the 335i in 2007?
The HPFP and fuel injectors were the two big problem areas. Likely not all but most 2007 335i’s likely had their HPFP and injectors replaced with newer, less problematic parts.
Is the M3 more reliable than the 335i?
With that out of the way, we can return to the subject at hand: Which one is more reliable? Unfortunately, I was unable to find any concrete numbers regarding the reliability of these two, but after poking around BMW forums it seems as though the M3 is actually more reliable than the 335i.