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Thursday, January 21, 2010


One of the greatest cars available in 2010 has got to be the BMW 335i Coupe. Tremendous turbocharged performance, classy styling, and a luxurious ambience helped the 335i, as a member of the 3-Series family, become a member of The Good 12 v3.0. However, there's a bad apple in every bunch. For the 3-Series, the worm can be found inside an over-optioned 335i Coupe.

With the desirable M Sport package, premium package, active steering and cruise control and countless other expensive boxes ticked, the BMW 335i Coupe can be priced at $60,825. What's wrong with that? It has got to be a terrific car, right?

In the light of the $58,400 BMW M3, an overloaded 335i appears to be a foolhardy purchase in the eyes of an automotive enthusiast. The M3 comes with one of the most sublime chassis known to man, a rev-hungry V8 with over 400 horsepower, and a reputation matched by few other cars in history.

How does the Good 12-winning BMW 3-Series go bad? With a $60,825 335i Coupe, that's how.

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