2013 BMW 328i Under Safety Probe for Brake Issue

2013 BMW 328i Under Safety Probe for Brake Issue
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened a probe on the 2013 BMW 328i for a possible brake issue. Continue Reading...

BMW Recalls Half-a-Million Models for Battery Cable Connector Issue

BMW Recalls Half-a-Million Models for Battery Cable Connector Issue
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BMW is issuing a recall for its 128i, 135i, 328i, 335i, and Z4 models for a possible issue with the connector for the positive battery cable connector and the corresponding terminal on the fuse box. Continue Reading...

BMW 3 Series Diesel Axed

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BMW 3 Series Diesel Axed
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BMW will be ridding its lineup of the 335d, a decision that is rational from a business point of view, but upsetting to anyone who has driven BMW’s diesel offerings. According to reports, BMW will retire the diesel engine 3 Series in favor of its new fuel efficient line-up of gasoline engines as well as… Continue Reading...

2012 BMW 3 Series Gets 36 MPG Highway Rating

2012 BMW 3 Series Gets 36 MPG Highway Rating
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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fuel estimates are out for BMW‘s new line of 3-Series cars and it looks like they’ve caught the competition with their pants down. The 2012 328i scores an impressive 24 mpg city and 36 mpg highway, that’s a 28 percent improvement in fuel consumption over last year’s model. What’s even better… Continue Reading...

2013 BMW 328i Starting At $35,775, 335i Starting At $43,275

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2013 BMW 328i Starting At $35,775, 335i Starting At $43,275
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The 2013 BMW 3-Series will start at $35,775 when it goes on sale in February. For that amount of coin, you can walk away with a base model 328i, while a 335i will set you back $43,275. The base price for the two models has only been bumped up by $300-$350, but the newest 3-Series… Continue Reading...

2013 BMW 3-Series Revealed

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2013 BMW 3-Series Revealed
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The 2013 BMW 3-Series, codenamed the F30, was revealed today by BMW, and the most noteworthy change is the first four-cylinder engine for North America since the 318i of the late 1990’s. So far, we know that the 328i will pack a 4-cylinder turbo displacing 2.0L and putting out 245 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of… Continue Reading...
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