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2007 BMW 3-Series Consumer Reviews

328i Sedan

2007 BMW 3-Series Consumer Rating

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2007 BMW 3-Series 328i Sedan

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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend


  • Handles Well
  • Lots of Features
  • Head-turner
  • Reliable
  • Attractive Design


  • None

This is the best car ever... It's also a great value. I bought my 2007 BMW 3-Series (328i) for $26k ($29k OTD) in 2010 as a CPO. Mine is a very rare combination, as it is 6-speed manual, sport package, premium and cold weather package, but it doesn't have navigation (which tends to break on modern BMWs, and is not covered by CPO warranty), and it doesn't have power seats which ads a ton of weight to the car. Also, my 2007 BMW 328 has leather seats, and not that rubbish leatherette that most of the cars come with. It's funny, beacause over the course of a year and a half of owning this car, I have driven a few other e90 and e92 BMWs and if I were to review them, I'd give them all lower marks. Mainly becase a) they were lower-models with no options and b)they were automatic. Oh and they weren't leather. The new non-leather BMWs don't have the BMW smell nowadays, just that generic new car smell. Bottom line: If you want a 2007 3-series review, I'll just say that it's the nicest and best value cars in their class, as long as you get the top-of-the-line model/trim, and make sure to get leather. As far as auto vs manual transmission, that's up to you but manual is a lot more fun, even though it is a bit slower (especially in a 335) because you have to shift. I love my car!

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