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BMW 3 Series (E90)

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BMW 3 Series
2005-2008 BMW 320i (E90) sedan (2011-07-17) 01.jpg
ProductionDecember 2004 – October 2013
  • Joji Nagashima (saloon and touring)
  • Marc Michael Markefka
Body and chassis
ClassCompact executive car (D)
Body style
RelatedBMW Z4 (E89)
BMW 1 Series (E82/E88)
Wheelbase2,760 mm (108.7 in)
Length4,520–4,610 mm (178.0–181.5 in)
Width1,780–1,820 mm (70.1–71.7 in)
Height1,380–1,420 mm (54.3–55.9 in)
PredecessorBMW 3 Series (E46)

The fifth generation of the BMW 3 Series consists of the BMW E90 (sedan), BMW E91 (wagon, marketed as 'Touring'), BMW E92 (coupe) and BMW E93 (convertible) compact executive cars. The E90/E91/E92/E93 was introduced in late 2004,[7] and produced up to 2013 and is often collectively referred to as the E90 or E9x.

The E9x saw the introduction of run-flat tyres to the 3 Series range. Models with run-flat tyres are not equipped with a spare tyre. The E92 335i was the first 3 Series model produced with a turbocharged petrol engine.[8] It was also the first 3 Series to include the iDrive operating system, which consists of navigation, infotainment and essential vehicle functions.[9]

The E90/E92/E93 M3 is the only generation of M3 to be powered by a V8 engine. Introduced in 2007,[10] it uses the BMW S65 naturally aspirated V8 engine and was produced in sedan, coupe and convertible body styles.

Following the introduction of the F30/F31 3 Series in February 2012, the E90/E91 sedans and wagons were phased out. However, the E92/E93 coupes and convertibles remained in production through the 2013 model year,[11] after which they were replaced by the F32/F33 4 Series models.

Development and launch

The design for the fifth generation 3 Series was frozen in mid-2002, approximately 30 months before the start of production.[12] The sedan and wagon were designed by Joji Nagashima.[13][14] Marc Michael Markefka designed the coupé and convertible.[15]

The range was introduced in March 2005 for MY2005 with the sedan and wagon body styles. The coupé was introduced in 2006 and the convertible was introduced in 2007, both for MY2007.

Significant cosmetic and mechanical changes were done to improve the design and performance compared to the previous generation. The E90 series is larger than its predecessor, with a longer wheelbase, wider tracks, and a roomier interior.[16]

Body styles

Sedan (E90)

The sedan model was the first model sold of the E90/E91/E92/E93 3 series, being launched on 5 March 2005 for the 2006 model year.[17][18][19] Production continued until a facelift revision was made for the 2009 model year. Production of the E90 concluded after the 2011 model year, succeeded by the F30 for 2012.

Touring (E91)

The E91 wagon/estate models were marketed as 'Touring' in Europe and 'Sports Wagon' in the North America.[20] Optional equipment included a panoramic sunroof, which extends to the rear passenger area. Trim levels typically were similar to the E90 sedan, however the M3 wasn't produced in the wagon body style.[21]

Several markets outside Europe only offered a small subset of models in the wagon body style. In the United States and Canada, the only wagon model available prior to 2007 was the 325xi,[22] and then the 328i and 328xi from 2007 onwards.[23]

Coupé (E92)

In July 2006, one year after the sedan was introduced, the E92 coupé body style was unveiled.

Compared with previous generations of the 3 Series, the coupé has more external styling differences to the sedan models. These include the tail-light design (L-shaped on the coupe), more steeply angled headlights and smaller side windows. As per its E46 predecessor, the doors of the coupe are longer and have frameless door windows, the rear seat holds two passengers (compared with a three-person bench for the sedan) with a rear centre console tray and the front seatbelts are on motorised arms that extend from the B-pillar to hand the seatbelts to the driver and/or passenger.

The E92 was the last generation to include coupé (and convertible) body styles as a part of the 3 Series range. For later generations, these body styles are marketed as the 4 Series. Despite the E90/E91 being phased out for the F30/F31 after the 2011 model year, the E92/E93 continued through the 2013 model year. It was then succeeded by the F32/F33 for the 2014 model year.

Convertible (E93)

E93 with roof raised
E93 with roof raised

The E93 convertible was BMW's first model to use a retractable hardtop (folding metal roof), instead of the cloth roof as previously used. The E93 was one of first retractable hardtops in its price range.[24][25] The "Comfort Access" option allows the roof to be raised and lowered using the key fob. The E93's side windows are 30 percent larger than its E46 convertible predecessor, resulting in a 38 percent increase in visibility.[26]

The BMW 3 Series convertible was often priced higher than direct rivals, however reviewers have praised its passenger/boot space (even with the roof down), driving dynamics, weight and chassis rigidity.[27][28][29][30]



Official specifications are as follows:[31]

Model Years Engine Power Torque
316i 2005–2013 1.6 L N45
85 kW (114 hp) 150 N⋅m (111 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 1.6 L N43
90 kW (121 hp) 160 N⋅m (118 lb⋅ft)
318i 2005–2007 2.0 L N46
95 kW (127 hp) 180 N⋅m (133 lb⋅ft)
2007–2008 105 kW (141 hp) 190 N⋅m (140 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 100 kW (134 hp) 180 N⋅m (133 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 2.0 L N43
110 kW (148 hp) 200 N⋅m (148 lb⋅ft)
320i 2005–2007 2.0 L N46
110 kW (148 hp) 200 N⋅m (148 lb⋅ft)
2007–2011 2.0 L N46
115 kW (154 hp) 200 N⋅m (148 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 2.0 L N43
125 kW (168 hp) 210 N⋅m (155 lb⋅ft)
320si 2005–2007 2.0 L N45
127 kW (170 hp) 210 N⋅m (155 lb⋅ft)
323i 2005–2007 2.5 L N52
130 kW (174 hp) 230 N⋅m (170 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 149 kW (200 hp) 244 N⋅m (180 lb⋅ft)
325i 2005–2007 2.5 L N52
160 kW (215 hp) 250 N⋅m (184 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 3.0 L N53
160 kW (215 hp) 270 N⋅m (199 lb⋅ft)
328i 2007–2013 3.0 L N52
172 kW (231 hp) 271 N⋅m (200 lb⋅ft)
330i 2005–2007 3.0 L N52
190 kW (255 hp) 300 N⋅m (221 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 200 kW (268 hp) 315 N⋅m (232 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 3.0 L N53
200 kW (268 hp) 320 N⋅m (236 lb⋅ft)
335i 2006–2009 3.0 L N54
inline-6 twin-turbo
225 kW (302 hp) 400 N⋅m (295 lb⋅ft)
2010–2013 3.0 L N55
inline-6 turbo
225 kW (302 hp) 400 N⋅m (295 lb⋅ft)
335is 2011–2013 3.0 L N54
inline-6 twin-turbo
240 kW (322 hp) 500 N⋅m (369 lb⋅ft)
M3 2007–2013 4.0 L S65 V8 309 kW (414 hp) 400 N⋅m (295 lb⋅ft)
M3 GTS 2010–2011 4.4 L S65 V8 331 kW (444 hp) 440 N⋅m (325 lb⋅ft)

Since the following generation of 3 Series used turbocharged engines for the entire model range, the E90/E91/E92/E93 was the last 3 Series to be available with a naturally aspirated engine.

In some areas of the United States, the 328i was powered by the BMW N51 inline-six engine and sold as a SULEV model.


Model Years Engine- turbo Power Torque
316d 2009–2011 2.0 L N47
85 kW (114 hp) 260 N⋅m (192 lb⋅ft)
318d 2005–2007 2.0 L M47
90 kW (121 hp) 280 N⋅m (207 lb⋅ft)
2007–2011 2.0 L N47
105 kW (141 hp) 320 N⋅m (236 lb⋅ft)
320d 2005–2007 2.0 L M47
120 kW (161 hp) 340 N⋅m (251 lb⋅ft)
2007–2013 2.0 L N47
130 kW (174 hp) 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft)
2010–2012 135 kW (181 hp) 380 N⋅m (280 lb⋅ft)
320d ED 2010–2013 120 kW (161 hp) 380 N⋅m (280 lb⋅ft)
325d 2006–2009 3.0 L M57
145 kW (194 hp) 400 N⋅m (295 lb⋅ft)
2010–2012 3.0 L N57
150 kW (201 hp) 430 N⋅m (317 lb⋅ft)
330d 2005–2008 3.0 L M57
170 kW (228 hp) 500 N⋅m (369 lb⋅ft)
2008–2012 3.0 L N57
180 kW (241 hp) 520 N⋅m (384 lb⋅ft)
335d 2006–2013 3.0 L M57
inline-6 twin turbo
210 kW (282 hp) 580 N⋅m (428 lb⋅ft)


At the front, MacPherson struts with an aluminum hub carrier and aluminum dual lower links forming a virtual pivot point are used. This design was previously used on all 5, 7 and 8 series BMW models.

The rear suspension is a 5-link Multi-link suspension, with fabricated steel subframe, fabricated steel control arms, and cast iron carrier. This design is designated "HA 5" by BMW.[32]


The BMW E90+ has a 5x120 bolt pattern with wheel sizes ranging from 16 inch to 20 inch in diameter. There have been 49 original wheel styles produced for this model.



Optional features (some of which are standard on higher models) include Xenon headlamps, automatic climate control, parking sensors, power-adjustable seats, satellite navigation, glass sunroof, heated front seats, Bluetooth and USB audio input.[33][34][35]

Optional equipment could be ordered individually or combined into packages. Optional interior colours, known as BMW Individual, were also available at extra cost.

The contents of the 'Premium Package' varies according to model year and market.[36] It included items such as leather seats[37] with power adjustments, memory seat function, lumbar support, auto-dimming mirrors, a digital compass, auto-folding exterior mirrors, BMW Assist w/Bluetooth, and universal garage opener.[38]

The 'Cold Weather Package' includes headlight washers, heated front seats and split/folding rear seats with a ski bag.[39][40]

The 'Sports Package' includes a leather 3-prong sports steering wheel, sports front seats, 18-inch wheels, sports suspension and an increase in the speed limiter to 148 mph (238 km/h).[40]

The 'Technology Package' includes iDrive, navigation, keyless entry ("Comfort Access"), selectable driving modes ("M Drive"), HD radio and Electronic Damping Control.[41][42]

The 'Performance Power Kit' (PPK) was introduced for the 335i and was available for installation at BMW dealerships, it included a tune that boosted engine output for the 335i to 239 kW (320 hp) & 450 N⋅m (332 lb⋅ft) for automatics transmission vehicles and 430 N⋅m (317 lb⋅ft) for manual transmission vehicles, an overall gain of 15 kW (20 hp) & 50 N⋅m (37 lb⋅ft), BMW claim their engineers have tested and designed these Performance Power Kits in such a way that equipped vehicles would not sacrifice reliability or fuel consumption, the result was a claimed 0.2 second decrease in 0 to 100km/h times,[43] the kit was available for both N54 & N55 335i vehicles,[44] it was easily verified if a vehicle was equipped with the PPK as during installation stickers that read "BMW Performance Power Kit" were placed near the air intake on all equipped vehicles,[44] the N55 equipped 335i vehicles also featured added exhaust burbles included as part of the PPK tune, also included in the PPK was the addition of an extra radiator, higher performance fans on the main radiator and better air flow ducts in attempt to deal with any extra heat caused due to the tuning.[43][45][46][47]

M3 model

E92 M3 coupe
E92 M3 coupe
E90 M3 sedan
E90 M3 sedan

The M3 model was powered by the BMW S65 V8 engine and produced in sedan, coupe and convertible body styles.

Alpina models

The Alpina B3 and D3 models were based on the E90/E91/E92/E93. The B3 was powered by turbocharged 6-cylinder petrol engine and the D3 was powered by a turbocharged 4-cylinder diesel engine.

Special Editions


To satisfy homologation requirements for the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), BMW built 2600 units of the 320si.[48]


BMW 335is (E93) with roof lowered
BMW 335is (E93) with roof lowered

The 335is was produced in coupé and convertible models for the North American market. Its position in the model lineup was between the regular 335i and the M3, and approximately 4,500 units were produced. The 335is uses a higher performance version of the N54 engine, which increases boost from 8.7 to 11.6 psi (0.6 to 0.8 bar).[49] This results in 239 kW (320 bhp) and 450 N⋅m (332 lb⋅ft) of torque, plus an overboost function raises torque to 370 lb⋅ft (502 N⋅m) for up to 7 seconds.

Transmission options were a 7-speed double clutch transmission (DCT) with launch control or a 6-speed manual transmission. The manual transmission has an upgraded clutch compared to the regular 335i.

Other changes compared to the 335i include stiffer engine mounts, a higher-flow exhaust system, an upgraded cooling system, a different steering wheel, sport seats and "335is" badging on dash and in the instrument cluster.[50][51] Exterior differences are larger air openings in the front bumper, a rear bumper that incorporates a diffuser-style piece, black kidney grills, and 18-inch or 19-inch "Style 313" wheels.

Model year changes

2008 Facelift (LCI)

In September 2008, the facelift (LCI) versions of the sedan and wagon were released for the 2009 model year. Compared to typically subtle BMW LCI changes, these changes were relatively extensive.

Mechanical changes included an increase in rear track of 24 mm (0.94 in) for some models, a power increase for the 320d from 130 to 135 kW (174 to 181 bhp) and the N57 engine replacing the M57 for the 330d model.[52]

Styling changes included front and rear bumpers, wing mirrors, headlights, taillights, boot lid, wider kidney grilles and revised crease lines for the bonnet.[53][54] The new 2009 - 2011 facelift (LCI) AWD models became known as "xDrive" models, unlike the previous 2006-2008 (pre-lci) AWD models, which were labeled as "xi" models. The new xDrive models received xDrive badges on the bumper and both the right and left sides right below the side marker lamps. For the interior, crash-activated head restraints were added to the front seats, the optional "Professional" navigation system was updated, iDrive was updated and the resolution of the display was increased.[55]


For the 2010 model year,[56] the Sport, Lifestyle and Exclusive Edition were introduced for sedan and wagon models. The 316d wagon model was added, as was the 320d EfficientDynamics Edition sedan.

Mechanical changes included compliance with the EU5 emission standard, EU6 emission compliance (optional) for the 320d and 330d models, power increases for the 318d, 320d, 325d and 330d models, the N54 engine in the 335i being replaced by N55 engine, and additional features for BMW ConnectedDrive.


7 §9 [57]
Euro NCAP scores[58]
Adult Occupant: 5/5 stars
Child Occupant: 4/5 stars
Pedestrian: 1/4 stars

The Euro NCAP noted the poor pedestrian protection awarding 4 points out of 36, reporting the 3 Series was "very disappointing" in this measure.


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gives the 3 Series a "Good" overall rating in both the frontal and side impact crash tests. The 3 Series received "Good" marks in all six of the frontal crash test categories,[59] and "Good" marks in six of the nine categories in the side impact test.[60] The IIHS also gave the 3 Series the Top Safety Pick award. The convertible is rated "Marginal" in side impacts,[61] making the 3 Series convertible the lowest rated vehicle currently sold in its class in IIHS tests.[62]

2008 sedan NHTSA scores[63]
Frontal Driver: 4/5 stars
Frontal Passenger: 4/5 stars
Side Rear Driver: 5/5 stars
Side Rear Passenger: 5/5 stars
Rollover: 4/5 stars


In November 2017, BMW recalled 672,000 3 Series cars from model years 2006–11 with climate control system electronic components at risk of overheating, due to a faulty blower motor.[64]


BMW plant in Leipzig, Germany: Spot welding of BMW 3 series car bodies with KUKA industrial robots.
BMW plant in Leipzig, Germany: Spot welding of BMW 3 series car bodies with KUKA industrial robots.

In 2002, Norbert Reithofer and Development Chief Burkhard Goeschel started an initiative to halve the time it took to reach full production of the next generation 3 Series from six months to three.[65]

The E90 was produced in Germany (Leipzig, Munich and Regensburg) and in South Africa (Rosslyn).[66] Local assembly of complete knock-down (CKD) kits was used for cars sold in China, Egypt,[67] India,[2][68] Indonesia, Malaysia,[4] Mexico,[69] Thailand[70] and Russia.[71]

The production dates for each body style are as follows:


First marketed in March 2005, the car quickly became BMW Group's best-selling car worldwide, and by the end of the year 229,900 vehicles had been delivered.[78]

The BMW E90 series was the best-selling luxury car in Canada and the United States. The 2006 E90 marked the 15th consecutive year that the 3 Series was named on Car and Driver's 10Best.[79][80]

Units sold according to BMW's annual reports:[81]

Year Total Sedan E90 Wagon E91 Coupé E92 Convertible E93 Notes
2005 256,981 229,932 27,049 - - Sedan launched in March, wagon introduced in September.
2006 463,820 336,232 105,483 22,105 - Coupé introduced in September.
2007 555,135 310,194 102,399 89,572 52,970 Convertible launched in March.
2008 474,208 246,231 93,191 79,248 55,538
2009 397,103 219,850 84,601 54,852 37,800
2010 399,009 242,831 74,008 46,358 35,812
2011 384,464 240,279 72,054 39,332 32,799
2012 112,707 - 59,144 29,525 24,038 F30 Sedan launched.
2013 32,658 - - 15,240 17,418 F30 Touring launched in autumn 2012.
Total 3,076,085 1,825,549 617,929 376,232 256,375


E90 320si WTCC car driven by Andy Priaulx
E90 320si WTCC car driven by Andy Priaulx

BMW WTCC works driver Andy Priaulx won the 2006 and 2007 World Touring Car Championships in the 320si E90, and four other drivers achieved over 35 wins in the championship.

The E90 320si was used by several teams in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC). The 2009 BTCC Drivers Championship was won by Colin Turkington using the E90 320si.

The E92 Art Car entered the 2010 24 Hours of Le Mans race, with Andy Priaulx (GB), Dirk Müller (DE) and Dirk Werner (DE) driving the number 78 car[82][83] which failed to complete the race.[84]


  • BBC's Top Gear Awards named the E90 as the "Ugliest Car of the Year 2005", describing it as "just 14 foot of car".
  • In April 2006, the E90 was awarded the World Car of the Year title. The car was praised for its balance between performance and practicality, as well as between style and seriousness. The jury also praised the new diesel engines and the all-wheel-drive variants.[85]
  • Car and Driver magazine listed the E90 on their Ten Best list eight consecutive times between 2006 and 2013.
  • The E90 was named "Best New Sports Sedan" in the 2006 Canadian Car of the Year awards.
  • It was Japan's Import Car of the Year for 2005–06.
  • The British motoring magazine What Car? awarded it Car of the Year 2006. From 2006 to 2011, they also awarded it Compact Executive of the Year.
  • In April 2011, the E90 335d sedan won the 2011 Diesel Car of the Year award, an honour bestowed by The Diesel Driver magazine's readers, receiving 29,6% of the vote.
  • The British motoring magazine What Car? awarded the BMW 320d EfficientDynamics Auto the Overall Winner Green Car of the Year 2012. The 320d model has a UK combined fuel economy of 56 mpg and CO
    emissions of 110g/km.[86]


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