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2008 BMW 335i Sedan Twin Turbo Inline-6 300bhp/300lb-ft (~406Nm) E90


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2008 BMW 335i Sedan Twin Turbo Inline-6 300bhp/300lb-ft (~406Nm) E90
Engine Specifications:
  • Displacement & type: 3.0 litre (3000cc) dual overhead cam (DOHC) inline 6-cylinder
  • Horsepower: 300bhp @ 5800rpm
  • Torque: 300lb-ft @ 1400-1500 rpm (~406Nm @ 1400-1500 rpm)
  • Compression ratio: 10.2:1
  • Bore/Stroke: 3.31"/3.53"
Engine Misc.:
  • 24-valve, piezo direct injection, and Double-VANOS steplessly variable valve timing. Electronic throttle control
Turbocharger & Induction:
  • Twin-turbocharged
Fuel & Tuning:
  • Fuel grade: Premium unleaded petrol
Exhaust:
  • N/A
Drivetrain:
  • Rear wheel drive
  • 6-speed STEPTRONIC automatic transmission with Adaptive Transmission Control
  • Steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters
  • Automatic gear ratios: 1st - 4.17:1. 2nd - 2.34:1, 3rd - 1.52:1, 4th - 1.14:1, 5th - 0.87:1, 6th - 0.69:1, Reverse - 3.40:1, Final drive ratio - 3.46:1
Weight reduction & transfer:
  • N/A
Suspension, wheels & tyres:


Suspension:-
  • Dynamic Stabilty Control (DSC), including Brake Fade Compensation, Start-off Assistant, Brake Drying, and Brake Stand-by features, with Dynamic Traction Control (DTC)
  • Extensive aluminium componentry, including front suspension components (forged-aluminium lower arms, steering knuckle); subframe; steering rack; and brake components
  • Double-pivot type front suspension with dual forged-aluminum lower arms
  • 5-link rear suspension with cast-aluminium upper transverse arms
  • Front and rear anti-roll (stabilizer) bars
  • Twin-tube gas-pressure shock absorbers
  • 4-wheel ventilated anti-lock disc brakes with Dynamic Brake Control (DBC)
  • Engine-speed-sensitive, variable-assisted power steering
  • Sport suspension calibration
Wheels:-
  • Summer: Star Spoke (Style 162) light-alloy wheels - 18 x 8.0 (front), 18 x 8.5 (rear)
  • Winter: MSW 23 Light Grey Painted - Avantgarde Monobloc Wheels - 18 x 8.0 (front & rear)
  • Winter (previous): Star Spoke (Style 162) light-alloy wheels - 18 x 8.0 (front), 18 x 8.5 (rear)
  • Winter (previous): EuroTech Luxury Wheels (Replica of BMW M Double Spoke 135) - 17 x 8.0 (front & rear)
Tyres:-
  • Summer : Michelin Pilot Super Sport
    225/40ZR18 92Y XL (front), 255/35ZR18 94Y XL (rear)
  • Summer (previous): Bridgestone Potenza RE050A RunFlat
    225/40R18 88W SL (front), 255/35R18 90W SL (rear)
  • Winter: Nokian Hakkapeliitta 5
    225/40R18 92T XL (front & rear)
  • Winter (previous): Michelin X-Ice 2
    225/40R18 92T XL (front & rear)
  • Winter: Goodyear Ultra Grip Performance 225/40R18 92V XL (front & rear)
  • Winter (previous): Continental ContiWinterContact TS810 S SSR RunFlat
    225/45HR17 91H SL (front & rear)
Interior:
  • Beige Leather upholstry with Burl Walnut Wood trim (4AB)
Exterior:
  • Monaco Blue Metallic (A35)
Packages & Options:
  • Sport Package
  • Premium Package
  • Cold Weather Package
  • Performance Options - partial
  • Convenience Options - partial
  • Entertainment Options - N/A
  • Safety Options - complete
For a complete list of standard features, specifications, and contents of packages and options, please visit the BMW website - www.bmw.com


All technical specifications from the BMW website - www.bmw.com
2008 BMW 335i (2) - 17'' Winter Performance


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Member: aah78
Created: 1st November 2007 07:40
Last Modified: 7th September 2012 03:49
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Comments: 16

Comments
Author Comment Date
zaks Whoa, just mind blowing. I've seen a few of these in Bangy too and they have great presence on the road. 31st July 2009
aah78 @sAP: I switched back to 18" wheels for winter - the only reason I bought Goodyears is because they were the cheapest of the lot. I'd have bought Nokian otherwise but no money left. The Continentals were (are) on 17" wheels and are RFT. The Goodyears aren't. 24th March 2009
sAP Abhinav; RWD cars need winter tires for good traction in snow and ice. Its easier to have 2 sets of rims to go with the different sets of tires to avoid remounting the tires on the same rims everytime the season changes.

Aah78, did you switch the Contiwintercontact with the Goodyear winters for a reason? (I use all season contiprocontact on my AWD. I have not had any issues so far in MN winter, but any gotchas?)
23rd March 2009
abhinav.gupta88 What difference does it make using different alloys for different seasons? Summer and winter 22nd March 2009
aah78 Around 5 secs in the "official" time. I haven't tested for myself. :) 12th December 2008
ashish22 perfect just perfect!!
wats the 0-100 for this machine??
11th December 2008
sujaylahiri Not the best looker in the market right now, but I must say that BMW represent the epitome of technology when it comes to road cars. I mean perfect weight distribution and just the right amount of traction you need with a rear wheel drive. And that inline-6 is built like a tank, no-nonsense engineering. 4th June 2008
aah78 Thanks for the comments guys. Yes, 2 different sets of alloy wheels - one for summer, one for winter. :) 4th June 2008
.anshuman wow 10th May 2008
Jayabusa 300bhp!!!!!!! Awesome 8th April 2008
abhinav.gupta88 2 Different Allow Wheels :0 25th March 2008
svsantosh Just the Boot Quality Exceeds the Best Indian Cars Build Quality. :-) What a Car...WOW 24th March 2008
n_aditya *DROOL* thats all i can type for now. drooling all over the car - engine, alloys, interiors, exteriors. PHEW!!! 27th February 2008
nitrous TWIN TURBO ! :O 11th February 2008
ashwin_seattle WOW!! 3rd January 2008
kick.throttle well, we are still waiting for the pics.. its 22nd today 21st November 2007
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