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2008 BMW 1 Series Consumer Discussions

2008 BMW 1 Series
2008 is going to be a tough year for Lexus and the problem of that is the aging lineup. Helps are coming from 2009 and on though so the future still looks bright....

"On 30 June 2007, BMW of North America officially announced the 1-Series Coupe as a 2008 model (code named E82) and that will be be the first 1 Series to go on sale in the USA. Two models are ini...

Been reading several of your posts around, exciting reading....

want to go for anything more expensive than a 1 series, and it has to have four seats. Most four seater convertibles are ugly or expensive, so I had narrowed it down to the Mustang, Eos, and 1 series...

new range edges upward, making room for the new 1 Series. Styling is a conservative take on the design language exhibited on the 5 and 7 Series. A new 3.0-liter inline six will produce 258 horsepower...

I see the block is still used in the 2012 BMW 1 Series M but honestly the specs for the vehicle (lighter than the 3 series) do not impress me (basically within pretty much the actual tested outputs fo...

I purchased a new 2008 135i coupe, at the beginning of May 2009, Chicago area. It was still on the lot, having been delivered September of 2008. I has auto, premium package, sport package, cold weath...

If it's May 9th or prior, then the deal isn't so hot. But if it's after, then it's good. (Price increase on most BMW's except X6, 1 series and M3 as of June 1st 2008 OR May 10th for ordered cars)....

The BMW 1 series hatch is a great car! The US bound coupe is rated at 3400 lbs you know! There was a link on the BMW group with all the specs from the UK brochure. They posted a link so that should he...
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