Description: Will BMW bring an oil burner version to the US of its all-new 3-series? So far no clear answer has been given to that question, however, according to Car&Driver, a diesel version of the new 3-seri...
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Hamza Hamid Nov 22, 2011
Diesel isn't Bad, I don't understand why many people dislike it? My family just got a Ml350 Bluetec and it's great! Has a lot of torque
Dexter Cordero Nov 22, 2011
Good God, no! Just say no to oil burners.
Mason Christopher Thomas Nov 22, 2011
These cars are brining sexy back
Description: The outgoing model did offer a diesel option, the 335d, and was equipped with the inline-6 3.0-liter engine with an incredible 425 lb-ft of torque. Unfortunately, it was sold for a staggering) $45K - ...
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Description: Top speed is 146mph with the six-speed manual gearbox or 143mph with the 8-speed automatic. If that engine version does come to the US, BMW will likely offer it in additional models such as the 5-seri...
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Adam Sampson Nov 22, 2011
Currently they're 5.8L/100kms for the 2.0 which works out about 40 mpg.
Tin Nguyen Nov 22, 2011
Yeah, it will be pretty hard to distinguish a 3 from a 5. Why is it getting bigger every Gen?
Kyran Kenny Nov 22, 2011
Really tony, tanks for letting us all know how much of a dumb ass you really are
Jimmy Nordloh Nov 22, 2011
@Tony, so it's ok for every manufacturers models to look exactly the same? Your logic is impeccable.
Daniel Marino Nov 22, 2011
They are making it look way too much like a 5 series