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The sixth generation 3 series, chassis code F30. 2013 model year 328i and 335i sedans now in production. Read the F30 frequently asked question thread for all your basic question and dive into all the details in the ultimate F30 information thread.

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Old 09-21-2013, 07:48 AM
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I LOVE my F30!!!

This thread about love of my F30, a 328xi:

- Love its Color, Imperial Blue, Don't think there's a sharper color out there
- Love that its AWD, which gives me confidence on snow covered roads
- Love the 26.5 MPG which is AMAZING for an AWD car
- Love the premium package, which provides supportive leather seats with power lumbar support, moonroof, and comfort access keyless entry
- Love opening the trunk with a mere motion of the foot at the trunks center
- Love the base suspension which allows me to go 55mph around the Jersey Jughandles in confidence
- Love the base headlights which do an adequate job of lighting my way
- Love the 8AT, which makes the most of the power the engine provides
- Love the RIDE, which IMO, is MUCH BETTER than its predecessor
- Love the Sirius XM, which brings me Howard Stern and Bill King (college football) in the Morning
- Love the cameras, which facilitate parking and provide an amazing top down view
- Love the engine, which puts out 240 hp, 120 Hp/Liter!!! An AMAZING feat of engineering
- Love the present implementation of IDRIVE, which might be the best system out there
- Love Active Blind Spot detection, which warns of cars in your blind spot
- Love the seamless bluetooth integration between my iphone and idrive
- Love the cold weather package, which heats my steering wheel and seats

After six months of ownership, and 8K miles, I couldn't be happier.
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Old 09-21-2013, 08:13 AM
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Old 09-21-2013, 09:24 AM
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This thread about love of my F30, a 328xi:

- Love its Color, Imperial Blue, Don't think there's a sharper color out there
- Love that its AWD, which gives me confidence on snow covered roads
- Love the 26.5 MPG which is AMAZING for an AWD car
- Love the premium package, which provides supportive leather seats with power lumbar support, moonroof, and comfort access keyless entry
- Love opening the trunk with a mere motion of the foot at the trunks center
- Love the base suspension which allows me to go 55mph around the Jersey Jughandles in confidence
- Love the base headlights which do an adequate job of lighting my way
- Love the 8AT, which makes the most of the power the engine provides
- Love the RIDE, which IMO, is MUCH BETTER than its predecessor
- Love the Sirius XM, which brings me Howard Stern and Bill King (college football) in the Morning
- Love the cameras, which facilitate parking and provide an amazing top down view
- Love the engine, which puts out 240 hp, 120 Hp/Liter!!! An AMAZING feat of engineering
- Love the present implementation of IDRIVE, which might be the best system out there
- Love Active Blind Spot detection, which warns of cars in your blind spot
- Love the seamless bluetooth integration between my iphone and idrive
- Love the cold weather package, which heats my steering wheel and seats

After six months of ownership, and 8K miles, I couldn't be happier.
Have you not been paying attention?! This is not possible. You obviously own some car other than a BMW F30 328i xDrive. Probably a Kia Optima.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:05 AM
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Don't expect kudos or congratulations in the F30 forum. You have departed from the herd-thinking mentality here. Here, you are supposed to regret your equipment selection and promise never to repeat such errors in your future BMW purchases.

P.S. Congrats, you're a wise, independent driver.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:42 AM
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If you feel like festers just ignore this thread just start a new one and replace LOVE by HATE. You will see how the posts come flying down.

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Don't expect kudos or congratulations in the F30 forum. You have departed from the herd-thinking mentality here. Here, you are supposed to regret your equipment selection and promise never to repeat such errors in your future BMW purchases.

P.S. Congrats, you're a wise, independent driver.
Funny! I call it bandwagoning. A few people say something, and all of a sudden people swear it's true. Some folks here on Bimmerfest (not just this forum) are worse than others. You know who you are

OP, glad to hear you're enjoying your car!
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Old 09-21-2013, 12:30 PM
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P.S. Congrats, you're a wise, independent driver.
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Best wishes for many more enjoyable years of F30 ownership, Jerseyal!
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:10 PM
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This thread about love of my F30, a 328xi:

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- Love the base headlights which do an adequate job of lighting my way

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After six months of ownership, and 8K miles, I couldn't be happier.
We love our F30 too. One tip, my wife's F30 has the halogen lights. On new delivery, they seemed to be aimed low. We had the lights professionally checked and the tech confirmed they were much too low. After he adjusted those, they are much better now. And, since that adjustment, not a single, oncoming driver has flashed headlights at us, while we're using low beams.
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Originally Posted by Jerseyal View Post
This thread about love of my F30, a 328xi:

- Love its Color, Imperial Blue, Don't think there's a sharper color out there
- Love that its AWD, which gives me confidence on snow covered roads
- Love the 26.5 MPG which is AMAZING for an AWD car
- Love the premium package, which provides supportive leather seats with power lumbar support, moonroof, and comfort access keyless entry
- Love opening the trunk with a mere motion of the foot at the trunks center
- Love the base suspension which allows me to go 55mph around the Jersey Jughandles in confidence
- Love the base headlights which do an adequate job of lighting my way
- Love the 8AT, which makes the most of the power the engine provides
- Love the RIDE, which IMO, is MUCH BETTER than its predecessor
- Love the Sirius XM, which brings me Howard Stern and Bill King (college football) in the Morning
- Love the cameras, which facilitate parking and provide an amazing top down view
- Love the engine, which puts out 240 hp, 120 Hp/Liter!!! An AMAZING feat of engineering
- Love the present implementation of IDRIVE, which might be the best system out there
- Love Active Blind Spot detection, which warns of cars in your blind spot
- Love the seamless bluetooth integration between my iphone and idrive
- Love the cold weather package, which heats my steering wheel and seats

After six months of ownership, and 8K miles, I couldn't be happier.
I love my F30 too but then again its only a car.The only problem I have is I don't put enough miles on it,16,000+ in 15 months and everyone of them enjoyable. Many more happy and enjoyable miles to you.
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PS Disregard all the whiners that aren't as happy as us you have to remember they whine about everything.
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It is hard not to appreciate F30, it is a nice mix of comfort and competency. Happy driving.
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I also love my F30, and I say that as someone coming from two prior E90s and a E46. Yes, there are some traits of the older cars that I would have liked to retain, but the F30 is still a wonderful total package.
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Glad you love your car as I do to. I went on a week long family vacation to a fairly remote lake resort so I was away from Bfest for a while, which turned out to be kind of nice. After driving my wife's Highlander for a week and the in-laws Camry, it was really nice to slide back in to my car. Soft xDrive suspension and all, I took it out on some remote curvy roads and had a blast getting reacquainted with it.

Once you get away from the constant negative comments about it from here and a different perspective from driving some truly boring vehicles, you come to find out how nice the overall package really is. Is it a sports car, no, is it perfect? Also, no, but a very very nice car indeed.
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- Love the base headlights which do an adequate job of lighting my way
When it comes to the safety of my family "adequate" does not cut it. The iconic "Ultimate Driving Machine" promises State oi the Art - not compromise implied by "adequate".

I find that my 328xi Sport-line to be a good daily driver but it could be better - standard headlights, that compromise brightness for duration, are easy to over run and the compliant suspension can be unsettled at times - compliant need not imply unsettled.

BMW has created a big tent that is increasingly occupied by drivers who are less discerning and/or define the "Ultimate Driving Machine" in enhanced efficiency or technology terms - not performance. Cars on dealers' lots reflects this new customer base. Dynamic class leading performance no longer comes as standard equipment unless one checks off the option boxes. At the very least, xenon lights and DHP should be made standard, cynically, if for no other reason than its public relations value.

To the extent adequate is accepted as sufficient - BMW risks relegating "The Ultimate Driving Machine" to the dust bin of gutted marketing slogans.
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I find that my 328xi Sport-line to be a good daily driver but it could be better - standard headlights, that compromise brightness for duration, are easy to over run and the compliant suspension can be unsettled at times - compliant need not imply unsettled.
Have you tried adjusting the vertical aim of the headlamps on your 328xi, Capobranco?

Beyond specifying RWD with Sport suspension and summer UHP tires on your next BMW automobile, I don't have any solutions to the suspension issue you mentioned.
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To the extent adequate is accepted as sufficient - BMW risks relegating "The Ultimate Driving Machine" to the dust bin of gutted marketing slogans.
In reality, isn't that all it ever was? Just a marketing slogan?

I mean, in a world where the Porsche 911 Turbo, Audi R8, Ferrari 458 and the Aston Martin DB9 all exist, is BMW ever the Ultimate Driving Machine?

Don't get me wrong, I love my BMW. And I love the BMW brand as a whole, including the older enthusiast-oriented models. I wish my F30 had a few of those touches as well.

But in a world of true super cars that are oriented solely towards driving dynamic, the 3-series was never the ultimate driving machine. It could be, and in my opinion still is, the ultimate daily driving machine, though. A great driver's car that can be tossed around hard but still have some utility, which is why the 3er has become the car it is - because it's a driver's car that can be driven in the real world. "The Ultimate Driving Machine" has never been anything other than marketing hyperbole...much like "We Are Driving Excitement" for those who remember that gem (hint: they were not.)
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Have you tried adjusting the vertical aim of the headlamps on your 328xi, Capobranco?

Beyond specifying RWD with Sport suspension and summer UHP tires on your next BMW automobile, I don't have any solutions to the suspension issue you mentioned.
Height of beam???- you may be on to something....I thought the headlights were aimed too low - my dealership said they were to spec. In the end I found an easy fix - performance replacement bulbs.

Upside easy and cheap - the bulbs cost less than $100 but - downside - performance bulbs may have to be replaced every 12 months.

http://store.candlepower.com/bfcopotphxtp.html

PS I also replaced the fogs with Osrams Rallye fogs 55w.
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In reality, isn't that all it ever was? Just a marketing slogan?

I mean, in a world where the Porsche 911 Turbo, Audi R8, Ferrari 458 and the Aston Martin DB9 all exist, is BMW ever the Ultimate Driving Machine?

Don't get me wrong, I love my BMW. And I love the BMW brand as a whole, including the older enthusiast-oriented models. I wish my F30 had a few of those touches as well.

But in a world of true super cars that are oriented solely towards driving dynamic, the 3-series was never the ultimate driving machine. It could be, and in my opinion still is, the ultimate daily driving machine, though. A great driver's car that can be tossed around hard but still have some utility, which is why the 3er has become the car it is - because it's a driver's car that can be driven in the real world. "The Ultimate Driving Machine" has never been anything other than marketing hyperbole...much like "We Are Driving Excitement" for those who remember that gem (hint: they were not.)
The Ultimate Driving Machine was always a clever aspirational slogan but also served as a motivational beacon that provided guidance and inspiration to designers and engineers to build the best cars in their respective class. The 3 series was the ultimate sports sedan in its class for many years. I chose my M3 over a base 997 911 as not only the better GT but also the better sports car. Today as The Ultimate Driving Machine is redefined in terms of luxury/tech and efficiency, BMW risks diluting its message and in the process lose its soul.
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Beyond specifying RWD with Sport suspension and summer UHP tires on your next BMW automobile, I don't have any solutions to the suspension issue you mentioned.
I test drove the car before I bought it - I was aware that the suspension of my 328xi was not an ideal solution in terms of compliance and competency - on reflection I was OK with it. In a more perfect world the suspension of my car could be tauter but IMO people exaggerate the real world effect of this "imperfection". I frequently have to drive in the mountains of West Virginia - I see and feel the "looseness" of the front end but I also see and feel the car stick amazingly well. Moreover, on bad roads the compliancy of the car is much appreciated. Point being, I can drive my 328xi Sport-line quickly over challenging roads in the real world. Overall it's a pretty good compromise - yes, it could it be better - but I can live with the it.
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This thread about love of my F30, a 328xi:

- Love the 26.5 MPG which is AMAZING for an AWD car
- Love the engine, which puts out 240 hp, 120 Hp/Liter!!! An AMAZING feat of engineering
I got nearly 35mpg on my first 1000 miles. Quite amazing.

The 120hp per liter on a forced induction engine is no feat of engineering. Its power delivery and efficiency are top notch, it is a great engine but people with turbos have been getting several hundred horsepower per liter for decades now with simple but expensive modifications. A run of the mill Subaru put out 120 hp per forced induction liter a decade ago. A dude down the road from me has a 900+ horsepower 2 liter car. It has a turbo as big as a house cat and runs mid nine quarters.

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