2007BMW 3 Series

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#1: Alexandros Str's 2007 BMW 3 Series

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#3: Sheldon Hall's 2007 BMW 3 Series

After looking at many options for my next car,  saw a 335i at a Dealership and was instantly head over heels with it. Looks like its going to be a show...

#4: Brian Macan's 2007 BMW 3 Series

2nd owner since Early 2014. Overfenders on a dare. 23psi target on stock, smokey td03 turbos. lol.

#5: Joseph James's 2007 BMW 3 Series

Just a 25 year old building a race car :) Track during the weekend. (not my dd)

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About the 2007 BMW 3 Series

If you’re in the market for a small luxury car that offers a great interior, excellent handling, and fantastic curbside presence, look no further than the 2007 BMW 3 Series. The 2007 BMW 3-Series remains a powerhouse in the midsize segment when it comes to both its luxury and legendary performance. This is why it is highly regarded as one of the world’s best sports sedans. When compared to an Audi or Mercedes, the BMW offers a far superior driving experience. Thanks to its newly designed (as of 2006) 3.0-liter inline-six cylinder engine, featuring a magnesium alloy block to help trim weight, the engine puts out a reported 230 horsepower and 200 ft. lbs. of torque. If you plan to take the BMW to the track, you’ll be happy to hear that stock, the little sedan reaches 60 MPH in a respectable 6.3 seconds (with a manual transmission). But going fast isn’t all the BMW has to offer. The car also delivers with an incredible cabin featuring a surprisingly roomy luxury inspired interior. The interior feels big because it is. The 3-Series features the largest interior to date and is two inches longer and 3 inches wider than the previous model year. Because of this, backseat legroom is better than ever. When you first slide into the interior, you can tell it was pieced together with comfort, style, and precision in mind. The gauges on the dashboard are simple, sporty and elegant. The leather-trimmed seats are beautifully crafted and stitched, and promise to hug you during those tight turns. One of the only faults with the interior (basically the only issue with the whole car) is the overwhelming amount of buttons. You will definitely spend your first few times in the car struggling to figure out what they all do. But after some time in the cabin (and feeling like you’re manning a rocket ship) you will have them all figured out. Thankfully, lots of other things make up for the car’s slight flaws such as its awesome x-Drive all-wheel drive system. This system guarantees better handling in all types of conditions. This AWD system is great if you ever have to drive in rain or snow, but it’s even better when it comes to the track. This BMW is claimed to have more lateral grip (thanks to x-Drive) than any other of its previous models which means that lap times are going to be faster than ever (especially when paired with a sticky tire). But the awesome technology doesn’t stop at the x-Drive system. The 3-Series is also full of lots of other new and sophisticated technology such as Active Steering (turns the front wheels without any driver intervention), turning Bi-Xenon headlights, 150-mile run-flat tires (handy if you don’t want to be late for that meeting), and active cruise control that cleverly (and automatically) applies brakes for you if you’re getting to close to the car in front of you. While all these pieces of technology are nice, some may argue that it takes away from the pure driving experience that the older 3-Series models had to offer but honestly, that’s not the case. This little luxury sports car is amazing thanks to the many hats that it is capable of wearing. This means that if you want to drive it like a luxury car on your way to the grocery store, you can. If you want to take a cross-country road trip with this car it would excel as an incredible tourer. And if you wanted to take it to the track and put the pedal to floor and drift around the turns, you can. The BMW is capable of everything you want it to be and more. And for the price and prestige that comes with it, you can’t go wrong.

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