Jul 14th 2010 12:35PM The 2.5 and the 3.0 are both based off Ford's Duratec 2.5/3.0 of which are found in the Ford Taurus.
Jul 13th 2010 5:36PM Except it was built on a Ford frame and in some trims, had the engine of a Ford Taurus.
Jul 1st 2010 1:06AM What's funny is that on Woot.com right now, a brand new Kindle is $149.99!
Jun 23rd 2010 2:12PM If you want to complain about the 335i's gas mileage, look at the Infiniti G35/G37. And your comment on the gas mileage being in "V8 territory" coincides with the engine's HP and Torque numbers also being in line with V8 territory.
Jun 23rd 2010 12:34PM 500,000 people may drive a 3-Series, but not a 335i. A true enthusiast would know the difference and appreciate it.
May 14th 2010 7:34PM "Meanwhile, Marcus claims that the car doesn't even feel like his anymore. There was no damage to the vehicle."
It's like someone else sleeping with your significant other. Even if there's no "damage," it'll never be the same.
May 11th 2010 12:30PM Couple of things:
1. "The current generation 3 (dubbed E90/E91 internally at BMW)"
- The current 3 series range includes the E90, E91, E92, and E93. The E90 is the Sedan, E91 is the Wagon, E92 is the Coupe, and E93 is the convertible.
2. Chris Bangle also designed the previous 3 Series, the E46.
3. Many reviewers are praising the new iDrive and compare it to Ford Sync.
All in all, a pretty good review from a non-automotive centered website.
Apr 30th 2010 9:02PM Even if the GT3 RS is a better drivers car, I think most people would buy the Ferrari simply because it is that: a Ferrari. No matter what anyone tells them, they can let everyone around them know that they're driving a Ferrari. Like wearing a Rolex, even if there are better watches out there, better craftsmanship for the money, more features, etc. people still want to wear that Rolex.
Apr 27th 2010 11:53AM So, the company is touting their blu-ray player as a "universal player" that can "play most any 5-inch optical media you may be able to get your hands on." Does that include HD-DVDs?
Mar 10th 2010 12:32PM Actually, the current generation E Class coupe and convertible are built upon the C class chassis.