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Germany Says "Relax"

Here it is, the fifth generation of BMW's 3 Series Convertible – only this one begins with a "4," having been rechristened as a droptop version of the new 4 Series Coupe. With thirty years of work on this same recipe and having gotten it so right for much of that time, the Munich compact premium convertible has been a WYSIWYG affair for decades: once you saw its sedan paradigm, you knew what it was going to look like in roofless two-door form, and what you saw is exactly what you got.

Entry-Level 3 Series Is Anything But

When BMW switched its entry level 3 Series, the 328i, from a naturally aspirated, 3.0-liter six-cylinder to a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder, we weren't entirely sure what to think. Sure, from a pure numbers perspective, the new 2.0-liter cooked the old 3.0's goose, delivering more torque at far more accessible engine speeds while boosting horsepower and fuel economy.

Because Four Is Greater Than Three

BMW Gets Much Closer To The GT Look And Feel It Seeks

For Those Who Want Their Top Trim 3 Series Greener

The Best Argument For A Wagon Revival

For The Enthusiast Who Isn't Ready To Embrace The Future

A New Generation Of Accolades Begins Right Here

2010 BMW 335i Sedan - Click above for high-res image gallery

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