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Old 12-21-2007, 06:33 AM
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[QUOTE=suntan;2881757]Hi! I've owned a 330i for about 2+ years. I was initially pretty pissed off because just a few months after I bought the 330i, BMW came out with the 335i, and that car is such a rocket (and for only about $2k more). However, I've grown to love my 330i. It's a very practical car, the fuel economy is fantastic, it's got very decent performance, unbeatable handling, and the engine and ride are both buttery smooth. Also, when the problems with the fuel pump, etc, etc, started to turn up on the forum, I was even more grateful for my relatively trouble-free (knock on wood!) 330i. I plan to keep the car for a couple more years, and then trade up to a 335i convertible.
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And my 330i has been totally trouble free, going on 2 years ownership in February. I do wish I had known, when I bought, that the 335i would be appearing soon. Of course, I would have had to wait quite a while. It is only the last couple of months that the fuel pump problem has been put to bed, and 335i's are available in quantity.

I do feel a bit put out about owning an 'orphan' model. I would bet that no more than 25-30,000 copies were made. Hopefully, there are no major problems specific to this particular model, such as malfunctions of the adaptive intake system.
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Old 12-21-2007, 06:48 AM
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I'm here. But only 12 months and counting to the new 335!!!!

The 330 is a great great car. It misses the 335's performance but is still what I consider 'quick'.

Very minor iDrive/Progman issues that were fixed. We have about 17500 miles on it.

Everyone that drives it compliments it.
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Old 12-21-2007, 11:05 AM
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I bought mine in August of this year.....After my Mercedes Benz got hit on the right side of the passenger front fender...my wife...(God Bless her!!) asked me if I have consider to sell the MB and buy the BMW...well....I drove her car few times...and I was impress already...so, she didn't had to ask twice....same day I was looking for the car in the internet...luckily I found one, ironically, same as hers....so...ever since, those two cars has been trouble free....not one single trouble with the vehicle...and we drive quite extensively....

The car is strong, smooth, refined....quick, and subtle....can't be beat.

Now, lets see....being that the car, under the E90 model was produced only one year...what would that means to us???? Means...would the car become collectible? Would be in high demand later on? Etc etc.....

Would anyone mind to comment about it?


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Old 12-21-2007, 11:07 AM
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I do feel a bit put out about owning an 'orphan' model. I would bet that no more than 25-30,000 copies were made. Hopefully, there are no major problems specific to this particular model, such as malfunctions of the adaptive intake system.[/QUOTE]


well....who knows if in the future BMW plans to bring it back....I hope so...
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Old 12-21-2007, 11:16 AM
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Rican, thanks for starting this thread. I for one wouln't mind if these forums were broken down into smaller, more specific groups...I find this E90 forum is way too generic and it has more 335 discussion than I care to browse. No worries though...just a minor gripe.

I've owned my 330i for just a few months, but I'm convinced it is an exceptional automobile. Incredible balance, poise, refinement, and performance. I'm sure the twin turbo is a blast, but for me 255hp is enough considering my last car was a 167hp Volvo. I also like the fact that it was only produced for one year...kinda makes it a unique 3 series among the 3 series. So that's why this thread is interesting and helps identify this small community withing the BMW family.

My favorite experience thus far is gunning my 330i up to about 120 exiting the freeway onto a Texas frontage road to make space between me and the Jeep that insisted on tailgating me...if I was still driving the Volvo I would have just yielded to him...no more my friends. I now feel like I have the power under my right foot to call some of the shots...not all, but some. And off ramps are a blast too. Rican, still looking for you out ther in SA.

True....( Hey neighbor....I will be on the lookout for you as well Bro'...)

I would like to atract other owners as well so they can coment about it. I don't have a 335i and I probably won't have it in a long while....so far, my car is paid off...so, I wan to truly enjoy it before I give it to my son....( in 10 years )..then I will get....who knows....the 390i? or 395i? ....Tri-turbo with 500hp? (just making up something)

Well, I am more conservative....I get chastized by my wife because she says that I drive to slow....only she doesn't know that I enjoying the driving and well...two beauties being touched by my hands while driving...her and my car....so, driving at 80 mph is fun as well....plus looking at the the people staring at the car....is fun.....



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Old 12-21-2007, 11:44 AM
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Now, lets see....being that the car, under the E90 model was produced only one year...what would that means to us???? Means...would the car become collectible? Would be in high demand later on? Etc etc.....

Would anyone mind to comment about it?


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This is not 100% accurate I must say; both the 330i and 325i are still being manufactured in Germany.

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Old 12-21-2007, 03:19 PM
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This is not 100% accurate I must say; both the 330i and 325i are still being manufactured in Germany.

http://www.bmw.de/de/de/index_highend.html?prm_content=
B-Pecan...thank you for the clarification..but I believe we are refering to the US Market.

I know that in Germany there are still being produced....but for the US as I am concerned...there is no more 330i being built....or in a foreesable future....because supposely, the 335i replaced the 330i.

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Old 12-21-2007, 03:41 PM
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This is not 100% accurate I must say; both the 330i and 325i are still being manufactured in Germany.

http://www.bmw.de/de/de/index_highend.html?prm_content=
B-Pecan...believe Rican is correct...330i (E90) was only available in the US for the 2006 model year. That's why I think it will be a pretty unique 3 series. I've read a little about BMW's strategy and the consensus points to the 330i being phased out because the HP difference between the 330i and the 335i was too close (255 vice 300). So the 328i with 230hp makes the hp difference great enough to justify the price difference and ensure the 335 had it's own market.

Folks...all we have to do is keep posting to this thread and the 330i community will be represented strong.

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Old 12-21-2007, 04:59 PM
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Old 12-21-2007, 05:34 PM
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330 XI here. 13,000 trouble free miles thus far. The car is a dream. I knew the 335 was coming but decided I didn't want to experience the first year or two of debugging a new design. Going to keep the car until the 335 diesel has been in the US long enough to work out the bugs!

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B-Pecan...believe Rican is correct...330i (E90) was only available in the US for the 2006 model year. That's why I think it will be a pretty unique 3 series. I've read a little about BMW's strategy and the consensus points to the 330i being phased out because the HP difference between the 330i and the 335i was too close (255 vice 300). So the 328i with 230hp makes the hp difference great enough to justify the price difference and ensure the 335 had it's own market.
Yeah, sorry for not being clear. That's why I said manufactured in Germany. I also read a few things about the 330i replacement including the things you mentioned. I guess it would have been too expensive for BMW too keep producing both 330 and 335 engines...

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Old 12-22-2007, 08:37 AM
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Thanks for starting this thread, as I was starting to think the 330i (E90) wasgoing to fade into oblivion.

I picked up my '06 330i in August of '05, and have been very pleased. Black on black with 6-speed and the sport package. Due to the nasty winters in Connecticut, the car has sat in storage during the winter months the last few years. While I love the combination of performance and handling, and the overall balance of the car, I am leaning towards trading it in towards a 335i convertible. I drove the 335i coupe last week, and was blown away by it's performance. Even though they only had an automatic to drive, it still seemed quicker than the Audi S5 I took out a while back. My 330i has been a great car, but since the car isn't driven in the winter, I might as well go for the convt. The 400+ lb weight difference between the coupe and the convt. has me a little concerned, but I guess it's the price you have to pay for a hardtop.
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This article states that their 0-60 time for the 330 was 5.6 secs... would that be true? I thought the average was 6.1 secs. It also says that it's quicker than the e36 M3... I love my car but, damn!
Looks like the final 0-60 with 40K miles was 5.9. In other articles, I've read 6.1 for the 6sp M and 6.3 auto. Under the right conditions and the right driver, I believe sub 6 second 0-60 is very possible. My car is an automatic and I can live with 6.3...plenty fast for me. I think as long as you're not trying to outgun every Maxima and tricked out Honda Civic from a red light, the 255 horses in the 330i (with our without the 6sp M and sports pkg) will meet most of our daily commuting requirements.

I think where our cars truly shine is on highway on/off ramps. I absolutely love puting space between me and another car on the ramps. Plenty of them here in the Alamo city...you agree Rican?
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This article states that their 0-60 time for the 330 was 5.6 secs... would that be true? I thought the average was 6.1 secs. It also says that it's quicker than the e36 M3... I love my car but, damn!
C/D squeezed a 6.1 sec. 0-60 out of 2 different 328i 6MT's w/ZSP. I think 5.6 is definitely do-able for the 330i.

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I think as long as you're not trying to outgun every Maxima and tricked out Honda Civic from a red light, the 255 horses in the 330i (with our without the 6sp M and sports pkg) will meet most of our daily commuting requirements.
When would a 255-hp marvel in an exquisitely-balanced 3500-lb sport sedan not meet daily commuting requirements??
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When would a 255-hp marvel in an exquisitely-balanced 3500-lb sport sedan not meet daily commuting requirements??
I can't think of any occasions :
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I think where our cars truly shine is on highway on/off ramps.
HELL to the YEAH! I was just thinking that today on my way back from the airport...
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So, how different is the 3.0 normally aspirated engine between the 330 (255 hp) and X3 (260hp)? And, for that matter, the 328? Maybe the multi-stage intake, valvetronic (?), and software?

For those of you worrying about having an orphan engine in your 2006 330, I suspect there isn't a lot of unique parts that could fail, even just considering the US market.
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So, how different is the 3.0 normally aspirated engine between the 330 (255 hp) and X3 (260hp)? And, for that matter, the 328? Maybe the multi-stage intake, valvetronic (?), and software?

For those of you worrying about having an orphan engine in your 2006 330, I suspect there isn't a lot of unique parts that could fail, even just considering the US market.
To tell you the truth I've been wondering the same thing about the X3's engine since it's only a 5lb difference on both HP and torque.
I think the main difference between the 330 and the 328 engines are the intakes as you mentioned. The 328 uses a single-stage intake while the 330 uses a dual-stage intake.
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So, how different is the 3.0 normally aspirated engine between the 330 (255 hp) and X3 (260hp)? And, for that matter, the 328? Maybe the multi-stage intake, valvetronic (?), and software?
The engine in the 328 is designated the N52Kp, while ours is the N52.
I've had mine for about 2 1/2 years now & absolutely love it!
Beats the piss out of 95% of the cars I come across on the road AND no problems whatsoever
(except for a few slow leaks in my tires).

As you can see from the chart below, the differences are minimal, but they are different.
The X3-3.0Si has the N52Kp engine, but has an intake similar to the 330's engine. The N52Kp
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The engine in the 328 is designated the N52Kp, while ours is the N52.
I've had mine for about 2 1/2 years now & absolutely love it!
Beats the piss out of 95% of the cars I come across on the road AND no problems whatsoever
(except for a few slow leaks in my tires).

As you can see from the chart below, the differences are minimal, but they are different.
The X3-3.0Si has the N52Kp engine, but has an intake similar to the 330's engine. The N52Kp
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That's some good stuff, thanks!
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I've had my 330i going on 2 years now. I was thinking about keeping it until my daughter gets her drivers license (she's 8 now), but I changed my mind and am going to keep the car until it won't run any more...
Then plan to keep it for a looooonnnng time because those cars.....don't die.....

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