BMW 330 Car Shipping
The 330 came to fruition as a modified and enhanced version of the German automaker BMW's, entry-level 325. This model, which is offered in coupe, sedan and convertible, is sure to appease all drivers. The 330 offers added features and touches that are not available in the 325, including upgrade wheels, a sport suspension and premium audio options, which makes this an excellent choice car for those looking for something a little extra. The 330 is an exception vehicle to drive for many reasons beyond the standard luxuries that BMW offers in all of their cars. The 330 has exceptional handling: a 3.0L engine and its lauded shift mechanisms make it a favorite among both casual and passionate drivers. This car is a great weekend cruiser or very appropriate for the everyday drive to and from work, school, and other mundane activities. This car was born out of the 3 series, which was released in May 1975. These cars were entry-level luxury executive cars that paved the way for the 2002 coupe, which looked primarily much the same however it added a more powerful 2.0 L 110 hp (82 kW) engine and other performance enhancements. These cars were not exactly meant to haul around handfuls of people or good, and in fact, for many years the 3 Series was smallest car manufactured by BMW until the release of the BMW 1 Series in 2004. (This of course does not include the MINI, which is owned by BMW as well.) The 3 Series quickly rose to fame and claims the title of BMW's best selling automobile. It is not surprising then that sales in the United States exceeded 98,000 units in 2005. BMW has once again continued its tradition of offering well-manufactured vehicles that are practical and yet still fun to drive.