2009 BMW 335I #20001
3.0L I6 Turbo Charged
Tiptronic Transmission w/ Paddle Shifter
Rebuildable Salvage Title
I purchased this vehicle from a friend of mine in Atlanta, GA. He had the car about 3 years and had it serviced regularly at the BMW Dealer. He let his son drive
it to the store and he ran it off the road. The quarter panel was damaged by a mailbox. The front end went in to the grass and damaged the Oil-Cooler, Inner-Cooler, Trans-cooler, and Steering Rack.
The Frame and suspension are in good shape. The Airbags, Dash cover, Seatbelts, and module will need replaced to get the airbag light off. This is a very easy fix and will make a great car! If you
have any questions feel free to call. This BMW has a Salvage Title and will need to be "rebulit".
BMW's 3-Series has always been an exemplar of how to combine luxury and sportiness, and this continues with the 2009 versions. The 328i features BMW's exceptional 3.0L engine, which uses double-VANOS
technology to steplessly adjust both the intake and exhaust timing on way to producing 230 horsepower. The 335i models are powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the same 6-cylinder engine. This
gem of an engine produces 300 horsepower and an equal amount of torque. Both 6-cylinder powerplants are matched with a superb 6-speed manual transmission, while a 6-speed Steptronic automatic
transmission is optional. A new 3.0L twin-turbo diesel engine joins the lineup for 2009--available in the 335d in rear-wheel drive sedan-form only, it generates an astounding 425 lb-feet of torque and
still achieves 36 mpg on the highway. The 3-Series is available as a coupe, a retractable hardtop convertible, a sedan and a wagon. In addition to rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive is available on all
body types except the convertible. All vehicles have a marvelously balanced chassis and outstanding road feel. Easily adjusted and very supportive seats are the norm, as is one of the nicest steering
wheels found in a modern automobile. A stiff suspension means the 3-Series is at its best when carving corners. The fourth generation of the legendary M3 continues in 2009. Coupe, sedan and
convertible versions will be available, all powered by a high-revving 4.0L V8 engine. The light-weight powerplant generates 420 horsepower and spins up to 8,400 rpm. Other performance-minded
improvements include a lower carbon fiber roof, a new aluminum suspension, Mdrive to allow driver configuration of the engine control, high-performance compound brakes and a regenerative braking
system that powers the electronics. Standard equipment is generous, with stability and traction controls, xenon adaptive headlights, a moonroof, power heated mirrors, a tire pressure monitor, dynamic
cruise control, automatic tri-zone climate control, a 10-speaker audio system, side seat-mounted and curtain air bags and power windows and locks. The all-wheel-drive versions add retractable
headlight washers. The 335i models include a memory feature for the mirrors, power seats, a LOGIC7 sound system with 13 speakers and surround sound simulation, and an assortment of visual adjustments.
Differences between body styles, aside from the obvious, are minimal, except for the M3. The convertibles add memory to the mirrors and power to the seats. The sedan and wagon ride on 16-inch alloys
instead of the 17-inchers found on the coupe and convertible. The wagon also has roof rails for extra cargo-toting flexibility. Options are extensive, ranging from a rear parking assist and a
DVD-based navigation system, to run-flat performance tires and an increased top-speed limiter. Paddle shifters can be added to the entry-level 328i versions.