2013 BMW 335i xDrive Review: Introduction
Throw a rock in the entry-level luxury car segment these days, and not only will you be facing a sizable body shop bill for the paint work you damaged, but you'll also probably hit more than a few all-wheel drive sedans. Even turbocharged engines driving all four wheels are no longer as rare as they once were. Faced with a market where all-wheel drive is no longer a differentiating factor between one model and the next, and where turbo power is increasingly available, how does a vehicle like the 2013 BMW 335i xDrive maintain its status as the go-to option for well-heeled buyers? The answer has to do with the stunning driving dynamics that are built into the 3 Series DNA - a set of attributes that vehicles like the Audi A4 and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class simply can't match.