2007 BMW 328i Coupe – Reviewed

Two door coupes work really well with some cars, but ruins other cars. The 2007 BMW 328i is one of those cars that it really works with. Quick, sleek, and stylish is the 328i’s cup of tea. And it only gets better from behind the wheel.


The 2007 BMW 328i has a 3.0L inline 6 cylinder engine and 6 speed automatic transmission. The six cylinder is a cornerstone of BMW, as they have been using a similar setup since at least the 1980s. The engine is smooth and powerful enough to move the car from 0-60 in a comfortable amount of time. The 6 speed automatic is smooth as well, but not as smooth as a modern automatic. The ride in this particular 328i was rougher than usual, since the car has been lowered.


The interior first and foremost is brown. At first I didn’t think the combo of brown and black would work, but surprisingly it works very well in the 328i. The other issue I prematurely thought of was the two-door four-seater layout. I assumed the rear would be crammed, and that is not the case. The 328i is comfortable in any seat in the car. You still have to struggle to get into the back seats, but once you are your worries go away.


I’ve never been disappointed by a BMW and the 2007 328i is no exception to that trend. It’s classy, comfortable, and sporty enough to keep you entertained.


Written by Zack Pradel