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BMW 335d (E90 facelift) specs

Car type 4-door saloon
Curb weight 1655 kg (3649 lbs)
Introduced 2008
Origin country Germany
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0 - 100 kph6.0 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph5.7 s
0 - 100 mph13.4 s
Est. 1/8 mile9.7 s @ 85.7 mph
1/4 mile13.8 s @ 101.3 mph
Top speed250 kph (155 mph)
BMW 335d acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type dohc 4-valve/cyl turbodiesel I-6
Displacement 3.0 l (183 ci)
Power 286 ps (282 bhp / 210 kw)
Torque 580 Nm (428 lb-ft)
Power / liter 95 ps (94 hp)
Power / weight 173 ps (170 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6 speed auto
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

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BR2+  4y ago

Yea I wouldn't say that, When I lived there for a year around 8 years ago for my job it was certainly not cheap, Now when your comparing price to price it may seem that way, But when people are actually living there, And having certain a salary and expenses n what not, It's definetly not cheap, But that goes for everywhere and who you are.

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FastestLaps  4y ago

Because gasoline is cheap in America. The real king of diesel sedans is this:

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James k.  4y ago

all comments OLD.... This is STILL the king of diesel Sedans in the USA. And I don't see ANYONE coming close to it's numbers.

oh yeah, and now that the TCU has been cracked, the SLOW shifting slushbox can be fixed with some tuning :-D

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gallardo man  10y ago

yeah, i know what you mean. this car has some maor understeer, but i like understeer some reason.

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DCN  10y ago

This car is pretty quick in a straight line, and handles pretty well too. I have spent some time driving the M-Sport version, and it was pretty good, but the suspension is a little strange, and too soft for very fast driving on real world roads. The car has a tendency to understeer at speeds below 70 mph, which is understandable because of the big hunk of iron in the front. At speeds above 70, it is neutral, with a tendency to oversteer at 100+ mph. My biggest gripe about this car is the rear suspension. It has lots of travel, but is not dampened very well. It likes to bounce around through fast sweepers, which is probably why it tends to oversteer at high speeds. Overall, though, if you drive it less than 8/10ths, it should be satisfying. If you want to push the car to its limits on a regular basis, I suggest installing sport shocks and stiffer sway bars.

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Marko  10y ago

Where are lap times???

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Apathy  10y ago

The 335d costs more than the 335ix in the states.
Bit of a mistake for the US market and probably a shame that it might not sell well, as most in the US won't buy a tt I6 diesel over a tt i6 petrol car, particularly if the diesel costs more.

It also makes less power than the Euro version, so the output isn't even close to the 335i. It doesn't even come with a manual. I would buy the 335i sedan instead of this car. And I'd get it used, as their used value over here is dropping rather quickly.

Unfortunately it's the only BMW diesel offered in the US at the moment, and I suspect that if it sells poorly, it will be the only one for a while, if not the last.

I don't know which is worse, the haters, or the blatant nutswingers...
They're equally annoying I guess.
Cough, cough...

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Tension  10y ago

its funny how this place is full of these bmw hating trolls with an iq of a room temparature, lol

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BMWsucks  10y ago

its not the king in the wet or in the snow! hahahaaa Quattro>
And pretty soon the new 3.0TDI Bi-Turbo will be the new KING!

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robert  12y ago

surely this is limited, what will it really do?

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Anonymous  13y ago

Not quite as good as a jag xfs though

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crni09  13y ago

this car is king saloon-diesel forget the audi and mercedes

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gt  13y ago



6.7 litre evry 100km combined