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2013 BMW 335i M Sport

The latest BMW generation 3 Series is capable of assuming many different personalities. The new range of engine choices includes a 2.0L four-cylinder that releases 181 hp, a turbocharged 2.0L four that develops 241 hp and a turbocharged 3.0L straight-six with 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque. With these three available engines and a hybrid model, customers may find it difficult to choose. The New 2013 BMW 335i M Sport is one of the best looking sport sedans in the world, motivating its buyers with an inline six-cylinder and 19-inch alloys.

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The price is almost acceptable at $91,400, considering the fact that the standard kit includes front, side and head airbags in the front and head airbags in the rear, bi-xenon headlights, a five-star ANCAP rating, dual-zone climate control, internet functionality, Dakota leather trim and sat-nav. The price rises to $104,540 if you include the optional M Sport kit preferred by 25 percent of the 2013 BMW 335i M Sport. The pack includes sport seats, a leather steering wheel, an anthracite roof liner, a black kidney grille, 19-inch wheels instead of 18 and a chrome tailpipe.

The 2013 BMW 335i M Sport also has an optional adaptive M suspension and and variable sports steering. The standard sports suspension lowers 10mm, but does not have the M self-adjusting dampers. While the straight-line performance of the car is impressive, the corners are are little rough, The steering is precise, but sometimes it feels a little overboosted and the suspension tuning is a bit soft.

Because the 2013 BMW 335i M Sport is larger in size, there is more passenger in the back seat and the trunk has a 495 L capacity. On the inside, the sedan is luxurious and comfortable. The cabin is dressed in soft materials and the only hard plastics are found on the lower portion of the center console and the inner door sills. The M package includes an aluminum trim or a burled walnut trim with a hexagon or brushed finish with black or blue highlights.

The only area that doesn’t receive much attention is the 226kW available at 5800-6000rpm 3.0-litre DOHC 24-valve engine paired with a slick eight-speed ZF gearbox. The 2013 BMW 335i M Sport claims 0-100km/h time of 5.5 secs and a 7.2/100km average, although some customers had an average of 9.6L/100km. However, the numbers can be lowered with the help of an ECO PRO mode, brake energy regeneration and idle stop-start. The ECO PRO mode also includes Comfort, Sport and Sport+ modes that ramp up the drivetrain and chassis response gradually. Most types of driving are best done in Comfort mode, although sport enthusiasts can choose the Sport+.

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