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The fifth generation 3 Series debuted as a sedan (E90) and convertible (E91) in March 2005, while the coupé (E92) and a retractable hard-top convertible (E93) went on sale in August 2006 as 2007 models. The coupé/cabriolet body was now its own design and no longer derived from the saloon/touring (unlike its predecessors). The retractable hard-top convertible, meanwhile, was a first for the 3 Series.
The E90 was available with four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines, and the E92 M3 used a V8 engine. The first turbocharged petrol 3-series was the E92 335i, which uses the BMW N54 straight-six. The N52 naturally aspirated inline-six engine features a lightweight magnesium/aluminum construction, electric water pump, and Valvetronic variable valve lift. In 2007, a record total of more than 550,000 vehicles were sold and it was the seventh most popular car in the United Kingdom.
The 335i models using the N54 3.0 Liter twin-turbo engine notably had issues in the US with the high pressure fuel pump (HPFP), which many owners had to replace due to failure. BMW eventually issued a recall on the HPFP for replacement
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