2014 BMW 335 Gran Turismo

    2014 BMW 335 Gran Turismo Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the BMW 335 Gran Turismo

    • There is generous legroom in the back, and the split rear seat can be adjusted through 15 stages. The driver enjoys that higher seating position so dear to SUV and crossover lovers, and the interior fittings are done to the elevated standards of the current 3-series.

      - Car and Driver

    What reviewers liked least about the BMW 335 Gran Turismo

    • The higher center of gravity, longer wheelbase, and extra 300 or so pounds (versus the sedan) rob it of some agility.

      - Car and Driver

    BMW 335 Gran Turismo Comparisons

    • The 3-series GT, we submit, is a far-better-looking car than the 5-series GT, and it does make good use of its larger dimensions.

      - Car and Driver
    • Gran Turismo models have seats that sit more than two inches higher than the sedans, giving a commanding view of the road. There's also more leg- and headroom, including 2.8 inches more legroom in the rear than in the sedan and wagon. This is the roomiest of the bunch, with 18.3 cubic feet of cargo space with all seats in place.

      - New Car Test Drive

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