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Old 09-09-2006, 12:13 PM
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More positive words for the 335...

Does anyone know if Nav is available on it? I don't see any option for it on BMW NA or any Nav screen in photos.

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Old 09-09-2006, 12:21 PM
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It'll be the same deal as the E90, idrive'less without nav / it be there with it. Like certain colors, it might not be an option in production till later on this year, or earlier next. I'm sure your dealer can take an order for a car w/ nav now, you just won't receive it for some time.
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Old 09-09-2006, 12:37 PM
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More positive words for the 335...

Does anyone know if Nav is available on it? I don't see any option for it on BMW NA or any Nav screen in photos.

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Nav cars start production in late Oct-Nov. So expect delivery end of Nov-Dec.

Although, if you are placing your order now, your probably too late for those delivery times. Maybe a couple months after that...
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I was intrigued, given the comments above about performance.

Compared to the E90 330 sedan, they have actually raised the gearing (lower numerically) in both the first four gears of the manual box, and the final drive ratios for both the manual and automatic. Shows how much torque this thing must have.

I think I want one. At the very least I want to go drive one.
go drive you will buy it on the spot. I almost did. But then I thought if the 335 is this good the New M3 is gonna be incredible. So im gonna wait on the M3. But Im sure the 335 will be a beeter all around drive than the M3 which is a purpose built sports car
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Nav cars start production in late Oct-Nov. So expect delivery end of Nov-Dec.

Although, if you are placing your order now, your probably too late for those delivery times. Maybe a couple months after that...
Nav w/ RTTI have been in production from day 1 even though BMW stated that it would be delayed a month. Some folks on e90post.com already took delivery with it.
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Nav w/ RTTI have been in production from day 1 even though BMW stated that it would be delayed a month. Some folks on e90post.com already took delivery with it.
Thanks for the info. I guess you have to talk to your friendly neighborhood BMW sales rep to order it, cause it ain't an option when you build one online.

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My dealer does have a 335i tester in stock, but it's manual. Not that I can't drive a stick, its just I want to try this high-performance ZF automatic that everyone raves about. Since I only have one shot at a test drive (please, I'm 17......I can't go asking for not-quite-legal joyrides everyday), I wanna try something different. I shall try the 335i once an automatic becomes available.

And JV, the RTTI comes with the nav I believe. That's why the price on nav/iDrive got bumped up to $2,100 I believe, up from last year.
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