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      01-11-2007, 04:10 PM   #2
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I have the 335i sedan in calgary, and can say its what i expected of a rear wheel drive car, the back end will want to go out, but its nothing that you cant manage nor the DSC cant manage. I am careful with the throttle, and tend to take corners slow, and havent had a problem yet. I haven't driven through deep snow, nor got stuck in snow yet, just the usual unplowed roads sometimes. I have the BMW winter tire package as well.

I picked my 335 sedan up in october, so i have driven through almost 4 calgary seasons lol, warm, -35, snow, etc., and i can honestly say, that even if it performed like crap in winter (which it doesnt), nothing would make me give up this car, because when the roads are dry and you give it, its unbelievable.
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