2011 BMW 328i Car Review

Bullz-Eye.com reviews the 2011 328i Car Review!

BMW has been pulling in big sales from their 3 series design for many years, and with the targeted changes to the 2011 BMW 328i Sedan it appears the sales will keep on coming. After test driving a 2011 BMW 328i Sedan SULEV for a week we can understand why this car is one of the hottest entry level luxury vehicles on the road

The BMW 3-series is like a family of rockstars that keep coming out with new hits. The 2011 BMW 328i Sedan SULEV we drove was crimson red with the sport package, which included 17-inch alloy star spoked wheels, halogen high and low beam headlights, corona headlight rings, chrome plated exhaust tips and halogen freeform front foglights. The muscular body of the 328i hasn’t changed a whole lot in the past few years. I guess when something looks fresh and also exudes confidence, why go overboard on the changes?

The interior of the 2011 BMW 328i Sedan SULEV is well thought out with a classic look and feel. The sport seats were beige dakota leather and fitting for a more expensive sports sedan than the 328i. The 3-spoke, leather-wrapped, multi-function steering wheel was the center of attention while driving but the dark burl walnut trim also stood out in the cabin of this stylish sedan. Some of the notable features in the interior of our test model were a service interval indicator with miles to service read out, engine start/stop button, automatic climate control, on board computer with Check Control vehicle monitor system, AM/FM stereo CD/MPS player audio system with HD radio and auxiliary audio input for portable music players. The cabin of the 328 isn’t that much different from the 335 we drove recently; both cars are well thought out with a great mixture of sports and luxury. Trunk space is sufficient but not huge – not something that will turn away potential buyers.

Read the full review.


Gotta Love that Grille!

Whether you’re out shopping for a car or just admiring cars on the road nothing catches ones eye more than a sharp grille. A delicious front end will certainly gain the attention needed to check out the rest of a car! Here are 10 eye catching grille’s from MSN Autos.

No matter how fast, luxurious or brilliantly engineered, a car has to look good if it’s going to sell. And in this game of seduction, the front fascia plays a vital part. An inspired grille design makes a car attractive and shapes its identity by tying it to the carmaker’s history and reputation. For more than a century, designers have wrestled with the daunting challenge of making cars sexy while satisfying the conflicting demands of engineers and regulators. A smooth front end will likely be more aerodynamic and fuel efficient but less charismatic, for instance. Over the years, there have been some amazing successes and spectacular failures in front fascia design. Here are 10 of the most notable.

Check the full article.


BMW M3 Pickup Truck could be for real!

We have no idea whether this BMW M3 pickup will ever see the production line but if it does that market will never be the same!

From Insideline.com:

We’ve been hearing for a while now that the 2014 BMW M3 would be shedding a few pounds when it is fully redesigned. We knew that it would lose a few cylinders when switching from the V8 to a twin-turbo V6, but we didn’t know that meant losing a few seats — and doors and a trunk — as well. So when our spy photographers caught this M3amino testing on the Ring it was a bit of…uh… a surprise. I mean, we know that small pickups are the hottest thing going in Thailand right now and that developing markets are the next growth zone for luxury cars, but…

Read the full article.


Related Posts