Ci 2dr Coupe
2001 BMW 330

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Engine Engine 3.0LI-6
MPG MPG 21 City / 30 Hwy
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2001 330 Overview

BMW's 3 Series continues to be the benchmark for sports sedans.It's been that way since the late 1970s, and the 2001 lineup continues this tradition with 10 different models, all of which are truly outstanding automobiles.In addition to the sedan models, there are sport coupes, convertibles, and a sport wagon.

BMW uses the word sport when describing its 3 Series models and it's apt.All 3 Series models corner, accelerate and stop swiftly.These are highly refined machines.If you're more interested in kicking back and cruising than you are in driving, then these cars may not be the best choice.They put drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them, but their ultra-sharp steering response demands close attention.Interiors are well-equipped and comfortable, but are all business.

Several significant changes highlight the 2001 3 Series lineup, but the headline news is more power.Through engine refinements, the 2.5-liter gain 14 horsepower and now produce 184 horsepower.They are also awarded a new badge: 325i; this replaces last year's 323i designation and reflects their true engine size.At the same time, the 2.8-liter 328 gets a real increase in displacement, to 3.0 liters; it comes with a new 330i designation, and 225 horsepower, which is up substantially over last year's 193.
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2001 330 Overview

BMW's 3 Series continues to be the benchmark for sports sedans.It's been that way since the late 1970s, and the 2001 lineup continues this tradition with 10 different models, all of which are truly outstanding automobiles.In addition to the sedan models, there are sport coupes, convertibles, and a sport wagon.

BMW uses the word sport when describing its 3 Series models and it's apt.All 3 Series models corner, accelerate and stop swiftly.These are highly refined machines.If you're more interested in kicking back and cruising than you are in driving, then these cars may not be the best choice.They put drivers in touch with the road instead of isolating them, but their ultra-sharp steering response demands close attention.Interiors are well-equipped and comfortable, but are all business.

Several significant changes highlight the 2001 3 Series lineup, but the headline news is more power.Through engine refinements, the 2.5-liter gain 14 horsepower and now produce 184 horsepower.They are also awarded a new badge: 325i; this replaces last year's 323i designation and reflects their true engine size.At the same time, the 2.8-liter 328 gets a real increase in displacement, to 3.0 liters; it comes with a new 330i designation, and 225 horsepower, which is up substantially over last year's 193.Hide Full Review