BMW 335 Auto Transport Rates
The year 2007 is going to be a great year for drivers with the release of the BMW 335. This car is updated with a new, inline 300 horsepower engine and is capable of going from zero to 60 in a short 5.3 seconds. The standard model comes equipped with a six-speed manual however a six-speed Steptronic automatic transmission is available. Drivers can look to purchase the 335 as of September 1st. The earliest reviews of the vehicle have been overall very positive. As with everything, there are a few complaints that professional test drivers have noted about the 325. Particularly they described the gearbox as "notchy", but nevertheless they positively spoke about the "oodles of torque" offered by the vehicle. BMW has continued its tradition of offering a nicely equipped standard model and of course has many added features that drivers may choose to pay a premium for. As options, drivers can select Bluetooth and iDrive-based navigation systems, while MP3, WMAs and iPods play effortlessly in the 335. The 3 Series has earned itself a place among the top cars on the market and has even brought home a few awards to prove it. The series has been placed on Car and Driver magazine's annual Ten Best list 16 consecutive times. It was given such a pleasure staring in 1992 where it has remained through 2007 – this makes it the longest running entry in the list. Additionally, it is the second most-honored car on the list. The 3 Series rose to fame and claims the title of BMW's best selling automobile. Financial officials can thank the series for nearly 40% of all automobiles sold by the company in the year 2005. Furthermore, Americans seem to love the series, given that it is the best selling luxury sedan in the United States, with sales exceeding 98,000 units in 2005.