Vehicles Axed in 2013

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Vehicles Axed in 2013
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A lot went down in 2013. It was something of a banner year for the automotive business. Products continued to get better, sales steadily improved and alternative propulsion, whether in the form of electricity or diesel gained significant traction. Continue Reading...

BMW 1 Series Facelift Caught in Spy Photos

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BMW 1 Series Facelift Caught in Spy Photos
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AutoGuide‘s spy photographers recently caught the BMW 1 Series on camera, revealing a minor facelift to the German automaker’s entry-level model. Continue Reading...

10 Things You Need to Know about the 2015 Audi A3

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10 Things You Need to Know about the 2015 Audi A3
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Everyone knows “bigger is better,” especially in America. It’s practically our national slogan; the founding fathers should have included it in the Bill of Rights as the 10.5th Amendment. Here in the land of the free and the home of the brave there may be a compelling case for all things large and in charge,… Continue Reading...

BMW Adding Launch Control to Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission

BMW Adding Launch Control to Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission
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BMW is adding upgrades throughout its model range for the summer of 2013, with the biggest highlight being the addition of Launch Control to models equipped with its eight-speed automatic transmission. Continue Reading...

BMW 1 Series Limited Edition Lifestyle Headed to Detroit

BMW 1 Series Limited Edition Lifestyle Headed to Detroit
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The 2013 Detroit Auto Show is fast approaching, and BMW has just revealed what will be sitting at its display, including a new limited edition 1 Series Coupe and Convertible. Continue Reading...

BMW Three-Cylinder Revealed, Will Power Next Mini

BMW Three-Cylinder Revealed, Will Power Next Mini
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BMW revealed an all new 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine today, which is destined to live under the hood of the next generation MINI, a new front-wheel drive series from BMW and possibly even the existing rear-drive 1 Series and 3 Series.  Continue Reading...

Front-Drive BMW 1-Series to Debut at Paris Motor Show with 3-Cylinder Power

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Front-Drive BMW 1-Series to Debut at Paris Motor Show with 3-Cylinder Power
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Rumor has it that a front-wheel drive BMW 1-Series GT model will be heading to this year’s Paris Auto Show, giving BMW enthusiasts a new entry-level model. Continue Reading...

2012 BMW Low-Emissions Olympic Fleet Unveiled

2012 BMW Low-Emissions Olympic Fleet Unveiled
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The 2012 London Summer Olympics are around the corner and BMW has unveiled its complete fleet made up of a variety of fuel efficient vehicles designed to meet the The London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games’ standards. Continue Reading...

BMW M 135i Concept is a Great Tease: 2012 Geneva Auto Show

BMW M 135i Concept is a Great Tease: 2012 Geneva Auto Show
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BMW‘s 1M coupe was a hot shot of a car, but the company didn’t keep it up. Now we’re left looking forward to the hot hatch that may replace it — the M 135i. Bavaria’s own tiny tire-burner-to-be is based on the 135i and it’s formidable 3.0-liter inline six cylinder guilty of giving more than… Continue Reading...

BMW 1-Series M Performance Parts Teased [Video]

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BMW is starting to take a liking to blurring out the vital parts and trying to tease us about what’s next on the horizon from the German automaker. First it was the X6 M Diesel that got teased, and now BMW is showing off its M Performance Parts for their 1-Series hatchback model. Now to… Continue Reading...

BMW ActiveE Getting an Electrically Streamlined Home

BMW ActiveE Getting an Electrically Streamlined Home
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Coming to grips with the taxing nature EVs can have on a residential power grid is causing some car companies to explore products more akin to the housing market than the auto industry. BMW is the latest company to announce special plans and research designed to counteract that burden by rethinking how homes use electricity. The German… Continue Reading...
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