Showing posts in the category of BMW 3 Series

First Brazilian BMW Rolls Off the Assembly Line, a 328i ActiveFlex


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BMW’s new South American automobile plant in Araquari, Brazil has assembled its first car, a BMW 328i ActiveFlex that can run on either ethanol or petrol.

Too Bad This 1989 BMW 325i M Tech Touring from Florida is RHD


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Isn't it funny / ironic that enthusiasts embrace wagons when mainstream consumers detest them in the States?

BMW Driver Runs Over Pedestrian Because He Didn’t Cross Fast Enough!


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A BMW 3-Series driver from Moldova deliberately ran over a pedestrian because in his or her mind, he was walking too slowly and/or being obnoxious.

These Awesome Gifs Show How Great Cars Evolved – Or Just Got Enormous


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When a car has lasted for several generations over the span of 40, 50 or even 60 years, there are bound to be some big changes. But the changes these four popular cars have endured over time are dramatic when made in a GIF format.

New Jaguar XE Versus Rivals: Which is the Most Desirable? [w/Poll]


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Jaguar is finally back in the compact exec game, after its so-so attempt with the fwd-biased Ford Mondeo-based X-Type.

REGULAR CAR REVIEWS' EAR-BASHING TAKE ON BMW 318i E30


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WE'RE SHOUTING IN WRITING TO WARN YOU ABOUT THE YELLING TAKING PLACE IN THE FOLLOWING VIDEO REVIEW FOR THE FIRST 30 SECONDS.

eBay: This 1989 BMW 320i Touring from Florida is Left Hand Drive


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If you've been hunting around for a BMW E30 Touring in the States, you'll understand why we're highlighting the fact that this is a left-hand drive car.

New Mercedes-Benz C-Class Takes on its Main Rivals from BMW and Audi


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As the newest model in this group, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class should normally surpass its competitors, the BMW 3-Series and the Audi A4, but is it really like that?

Spied: BMW to Give 3-Series Range a Faint Facelift and Possibly New 330i and 340i Monikers


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As BMW's bread-and-butter model, the Bavarians tend to play it safe with the 3-Series range, and that holds true for the F3X generation's mid-cycle update.

BMW 328d Touring is a Different Way to Scratch Your Crossover Itch


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Some Americans still look at diesels tepidly (probably quite a few of them, actually), which is why most reviews of oil-burning cars start off with the same basic explanations as this one from CNET, for the BMW 328d Touring.

Living with a BMW Alpina D3 – A Connoisseur's Diesel Four-Banger


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With a history that goes all the way back to 1965, Alpina is arguably one of the best known and certainly one of the, if not the, oldest BMW tuner in existence – while their relationship with the Bavarian manufacturer is probably even closer than Brabus' with Mercedes-Benz.

BMW Taxi Driver's Speedy Gonzales Run Comes to an Abrupt End


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It's almost like you're watching a cartoon in real life and are waiting for the mishap to happen during the next maneuver – and it does…

BMW Recalls 1.6 Million 2000-2006MY 3-Series E46s Worldwide to Replace Air Bags


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BMW is the latest automaker to be affected by a sweeping recall of defective airbags that has hit much of the auto industry. On Wednesday, the German company announced a voluntary recall of all 2000–2006MY 3-Series cars made between May 1999 and August 2006, to replace the passenger-side front airbag in approximately 1.6 million vehicles worldwide, including around 574,000 in the USA.

BMW USA Boss Not Pleased with Diesel Sales of the 3-Series and 5-Series


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BMW has expanded its diesel offerings in the United States lately, with diesel fans now able to choose between a 3-Series, 5-Series, 7-Series, X3 and X5 fitted with an oil-burner. However, sales results are not satisfying for BMW’s U.S. CEO, Ludwig Willisch, particularly for diesel-powered 3-Series and 5-Series.

3D Design Releases Goods for BMW M235i Coupe and 3-Series GT [48 Pics]


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In a land far, far away from Munich, there's a Japanese tuning house called 3D Design that specializes on BMWs. While a raft of components for the popular M235i coupe from 3D Design was to be expected, the Tokyo firm also released a selection of goods for the 3-Series Gran Turismo.

BMW Alpina B8 V8 is One of the Rarest E36s and It's Up for Sale in Canada


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Want to impress your Bimmer buddies at the next club meeting without spending a ton of cash? Then how about this low-mileage 1998 BMW Alpina B8 4.0 listed for sale in Canada for CA$ 29,000, which comes to about US$23,000US$26,800? According to the Alpina-Archive, the E36 3-Series-based car is one out of five or six cars ever made, all of which were originally sold in Japan.

BMW 3-Series GT Spiced Up with M Performance Parts


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Come to think of it, of all the additions to BMW's 3-Series range over the years, and that includes the related X3 crossover, the one that makes the most practical sense is the 3-Series Gran Turismo with its extended wheelbase, increased headroom, liftgate and much roomier boot, yet it has received the most flack.

Get a 1991 BMW 318i Manual with 69k Miles on the Cheap [93 Pics]


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If the BMW 320is E30 with the 192PS (189hp) 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated four was the poor (Italian and Portuguese) man's M3, then what does that make the 318is? While we let you think about it for a bit, let's see what we have here.

Potpourri: 1988 BMW M3 E30 Baur Pickup Truck with…540i V8


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Well, If there's one thing this BMW owner doesn't lack, it's imagination. What started out life as a humdrum BMW 316i Coupe E30 back in 1988, was painstakingly turned into a hodgepodge of body styles and components.

Consumer Reports Rates Several Sedans; Finds them All Pretty Competent


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The US market is currently inundated with appealing sedans, and the prospective buyer shopping around for one is spoiled for choice like never before. Nowadays, you really have to know your facts and have a bit of experience, if you want to make the choice that will prove the most pleasing for you long-term.