Bluetooth connectivity, keyless entry, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, power accessories, steering wheel-mounted controls, and HD Radio capability are all standard on the 2013 BMW 1-Series models.
In addition to all of their performance upgrades, the 135is adds xenon headlamps, retractable windshield washers, power front sport seats, an M Sports multi-function steering wheel, automatic climate control, and a special anthracite headliner to the feature set.
Option packages and extras include a Technology Package (navigation with BMW Assist, real-time traffic info, and BMW Apps), a Premium Package (Comfort Access, a universal garage-door opener, Boston leather, and ambient lighting), and many other a la carte tech options such as rear parking sensors, active steering, automatic high beams, and an excellent Harmon/Kardon surround-sound system.
Watch the bottom line carefully, however: a loaded 335is can top $52,000, and at that price point you'd better like the 1-Series more than the 3-Series or any number of more exclusive sports cars like the Porsche Boxster or Cayman.
Conclusion The 2013 BMW 1-Series won't leave you wanting, but it might leave you in a state of sticker shock.