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Thread of the Day: Would You Buy a 2014 BMW 328d Over a 328i?

The 2014 BMW 328d made its official U.S. debut at the 2013 New York auto show, and after spending some time behind the wheel, we’re wondering whether the car has a better chance at sales success in the U.S. than the 335d. Would you consider a 328d over a 320i ...
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Caught: Three-Row BMW 1 Series Active Tourer Protoype

While we’ve seen the BMW 1 Series Active Tourer prototype before, this week we get a sneak peek of the extended-length version parked outside a BMW testing center. The extended prototype is a three-row version of the Active Tourer concept from the 2012 Paris auto show. While the camouflaged prototype appears ...
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The First BMW 3 Series Wagon was Built by One Man in a Garage (W/Video)

When we imagine how automakers develop new vehicles, we think of carefully sculpted clay models and teams of engineers and designers all toiling over one project. What we don’t think of is a lone employee single-handedly building a prototype in a friend’s garage. But as this latest video shows, that’s ...
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2014 BMW 328i Sport Wagon Priced From $42,345

Just how much is that 2014 BMW 328i xDrive Sport Wagon in the window? According to the “Build Your Own” section on BMW USA’s consumer Web site, the answer is a healthy $42,345, including $895 in destination fees. For the record, adding an elongated roof, an extra pair of pillars, and ...
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2014 BMW 3 Series Wagon Priced From $42,345

If you’re pining to bring home a new 2014 BMW 3 Series Sport Wagon once it launches this summer, you’ll likely be interested in knowing the 2014 328i xDrive Sport Wagon is priced from $42,345, including $895 in destination fees. For the record, adding an elongated roof, an extra pair of ...
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Caught: BMW X1 Hybrid or EV Conducts Winter Tests

The BMW X1’s powertrain options, which currently include a turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 and U.S.-exclusive 3.0-liter turbo I-6, may soon grow if these spy shots of a hybrid or EV variant are any indication. From the outside, there’s not much to distinguish this prototype from a typical X1. But decals on the ...
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Three-Row BMW 1 Series Active Tourer Prototype Spied

An extended-length BMW 1 Series Active Tourer prototype has been spotted at a BMW test facility. The three-row BMW 1 Series Active Tourer extended prototype is a lengthened version of the two-row Active Tourer concept shown at the 2012 Paris auto show. We’ve seen a regular-length prototype before, but now ...
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Report: BMW Suing Saab Automobile Parts for $3.2 Million About Unpaid Parts

BMW is suing Saab Automobile Parts AB over unpaid deliveries of spare parts the now-bankrupt automaker ordered, Fox Business reports. Once the Swedish automaker declared bankruptcy in December, it left the parts division, Saab Automobile Parts AB, to take care of current customers. BMW and Saab signed an agreement in September ...
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Thread of the Day: Name Your Favorite 2012 Paris Motor Show Concept

While automakers use auto shows to reveal new production models, it’s the concept cars that get the most attention. Today we want to know which concept car from the Paris Motor Show is your favorite. Here is a brief overview of some of the concepts that rolled onto the Paris ...
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Thread of the Day: BMW 3 Series Wagon or Moderately Equipped BMW X1?

It’s no secret that automotive journalists possess an irrational love of station wagons. Though we swoon whenever a D-pillar is added to one of our favorite sedans, U.S. car buyers are generally less enthusiastic about the often-stereotyped body style. With that said, we wondered what made BMW decide to offer ...
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