2005 BMW 3 Series Consumer Review: Point and shoot fun

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By R. L. Swenson on


2005 BMW 3 Series 330i Rwd 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6M)


This is a driver's car. If a soft insulated ride is your cup of tea, try one of the other luxo-cruisers. But if you love outstanding handling, sportscar acceleration and some of the finest seats on the planet, look no further. Our 330i came with the sport package which includes the sport seats, performance tires and sport steering wheel. It also came with the premium and cold weather packages. The handling is on a par with the best sports cars on the market. Interior details are tailored to the enthusiast driver but the center console cup holders (when holding a beverage) can get in the way of the shifting arm. And shift you will!The fantastic Steptronic 5 speed automatic is wonderful.

Best Features

The Steptronic five speed auto has the ability to be shifted manually when desired. Otherwise it is a well mannered auto offering both normal and sportmodes. The engine pulls well and really lights up in the higher rev range. Braking is first class. Quality is up to the Teutonic standard.

Worst Features

Wider rear seats and improved rear footroom. A wider trunk. Can't think of anything else.
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