2011 BMW 328

(3 Reviews)




MSRP
$36,600
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2011 BMW 328 Owner Reviews

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Review of 2011 BMW 328

Jul 17, 2011 by: AOL user
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The BMW 3 Series 328 XI has been a terrific car. Having previously had a 335 coupe I thought I would miss the turbo. However, if you put the auto tran in DS mode it is plenty peppy and delivers smoother power than the turbo. I also find the all-weather tires much better for the driving most of us do vs the low profile and wide Bridgestone's that were on the coupe. Never had to use the all wheel drive this past winter and the extra weight takes a toll on gas mileage (overall 20-21mpg) so don't get the XI unless you really need it. No quality issues so far

2011 BMW 328i Sedan

Jan 11, 2011 by: vampbase
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Maintains the BMW traditions of excellent handling , a smooth lively inline six cylinder engine , and rear wheel drive . Exterior styling is excellent and interior is in good taste , overal quality is good . It is fun to drive , which is what matters .

2011 328i review

Sep 08, 2010 by: AOL user
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The car has the worst orange peel paint I have ever seen on a new car. It's so bad I can feel it. To me that is not appropriate on a premium car. They explained that orange peel is acceptable on a BMW. I never thought a BMW would make me say "oh well, it's just a car". The car drives like a BMW should, which is to say, excellent. It is much more fuel eficient than I would have expected, 29 mpg on a tank of gas, commuting with both city and freeway driving. I have the 6 spd transmission which is a delight to drive. I can't believe that only 5% of BMW's are ordered with the standard transmission. Performance is very adequate for normal driving and 80% of sporting driving. ************* a sports car, not luxury. It's firm. The back seats are not comfortable for long drives. Quality, I expect it to be excellent for a long time to come. Thats why I bought a BMW. When you purchase the car you will sign a stack of papers worthy of your next McMansion financing. When you return with a concern about the car, they will show you the paper you signed that says that is not a problem. It's a good car, but man am I disappointed with BMW.

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