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2007 BMW 3-Series

2007 BMW 3-Series Review

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A few years ago, we were among the first to get a brand-new BMW 335i on the dynamometer. We don't often dyno cars, but we couldn't resist. Before the first 335i was delivered to a paying customer, the rumor mills were bubbling about the 335i's twin-turbo straight-six being underrated.

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2007 BMW 3-Series Video Clips

For your listening pleasure, we did a through-the-gears dyno run to hear just what the BMW 335i sounds like in a drag race. The bonus? This run actually resulted in the highest horsepower number of the day. 
Months before its U.S. on sale date, we've managed to run off with BMW's new twin turbo 335i for a quick test on a dynamometer. The results were surprising. Listen to the sound of that beautiful engine! Watch the video here, and check out our pictures and story in the news section of the site. 

2007 BMW 3-Series Reviews

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