2007-2011 BMW 135/335
There is no question that BMW makes some of the highest quality and best performing cars available today. The only problem was that in years past, the engineers at Bavarian Motor Works have designed their entry level 3-series platforms more for luxury than performance. That is unless you can shell out the green for the M3. Tuning options for these cars was expensive, limited to small specialty shops who would charge a premium for basic bolt-on modifications. This all changed in 2007 when BMW released the staggeringly affordable and potent 335i. You could how have yourself a twin turbocharged inline 6 300hp/300ft/lbs BMW for as low as $35k, something unheard of in years past. If that wasn’t enough, BMW pushed the envelope completely off the table with the introduction of the first 1-series coupe ever available in the U.S. The unique 135i packs the same twin turbocharged power plant as its 3-series big brother into an even smaller and lighter chassis. Now faster and more affordable than ever, BMW has launched itself into the mainstream tuner market with quality parts becoming available from brands like Borla, aFe, Seibon and Eibach. We at JSC Speed pledge to offer only the highest quality parts for your BMW as you take it from autobahn cruiser to street and track beast. Check our 135/335 section frequently for all the latest parts and tech for your BMW. And don’t forget to light ‘em up!