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Fifth Gear: BMW E87 1 Series (2004 - 2011)

Fifth Gear's Jason Plato test drives the BMW E87 1 Series. Read more at http://bit.ly/9GZQHC


 


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' BMW 120d Edition Sport ' Test Drive & Review - TheGetawayer
I tested this BMW 120d with the Sport-Edition-Package at Easter in 2011 ... Visit my website @ http://www.thegetawayer.com or like my page on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/getawayerpage TheGetawayer





BMW 1 Series Hatchback review - What Car?
Read the What Car? BMW 1 Series review http://bit.ly/zKRa49 The BMW 1 Series is engaging to drive, thanks to sharp handling and communicative steering. The diesel engines are refined and frugal, and residual values are solid. Become our friend on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/dKOpu8 Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/x3WZtV What Car? is the UK's biggest car-buying brand and has been helping Britain's car buyers make purchasing decisions for over 40 years. Our tests are widely regarded as the most trusted source of new car advice. This channel brings you trusted reviews on all the new models on the market , all the latest first drives, reader reviews, and great car-buying advice. All reviews are available in full online at Whatcar.com - the UK's leading car-buying website, offering trusted reviews and data on every new car. The website also offers advice on car leasing, new car deals and used cars for sale. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/whatcar Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatcar Visit us online: http://www.whatcar.com Magazine subscriptions: http://www.themagazineshop.com/subscriptions/what-car





Fifth Gear- BMW 1series Coupe VS.Porsche Cayman DOG FIGHT!!!
A Cool video in witch the beemer dog fights the porsche, do you know who's gona win? think again... Tiff VS Jason Plato





BMW 1 Series M Coupe vs BMW M3
To the M badge faithful, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe signals a return to form. But is it? Benchmarking the 1M against an M3 would seem the perfect way to find out. Read the Full Story: http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/coupes/1108_2011_bmw_1_series_m_vs_2011 _bmw_m3_comparison/index.html Also find Motor Trend on: http://twitter.com/MotorTrend http://facebook.com/MotorTrendMag Shot By: Gordon Green and Corey Denomy Edited By: Gordon Green





2005 BMW 120i full video walkaround by Berwick Mitsubishi
www.berwickmitsubishi.com.au A video walkaround tour of the 2005 BMW 120i Hatchback by Wayne Simmons Used Car Manager at Berwick Mitsubishi





2004 BMW 116i Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/avtomobil... Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice The 2011 BMW 1-Series ranks 4 out of 8 Upscale Small Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 47 published reviews and test drives of the BMW 1-Series, and our analysis of reliability and safety data. The 2011 BMW 1-Series leads the upscale small car class when it comes to performance. Unfortunately, once you start adding options and features, it also leads the class when it comes to price. Upscale small cars are niche vehicles, meant for buyers who don't need a lot of space or luxury, but who do want excellent driving dynamics and an upscale feel. For buyers with the cash to spend on a small coupe or convertible that drives like a sports car, reviewers say that the BMW 1-Series is an excellent choice. While it's by no means practical, reviewers say the 1-Series lives up to the BMW name. The Washington Post says it's "the kind of car loved by people who love driving -- rear-wheel drive, diminutive yet gifted with power (in this case, 300 horsepower delivered by an inline six-cylinder engine) and wonderfully agile on surfaces such as Angola Road [in upstate New York], which twists, turns, dips, disappears and reappears around curves." Once the focus is taken off performance, however, the 1-Series stumbles a bit. Reviewers complain about its cramped interior. Many also dislike the styling on the 1-Series, calling it misshapen and odd-looking. Its fuel economy isn't great for a small car, and while its base price is reasonable, it can quickly climb as you move up from the base trim and start adding options. Other Cars to Consider Despite praising its performance, not all reviewers are on board with the 1-Series. While the base models are affordable (for BMW), the best-performing higher trims rival the larger BMW 3-Series in price. Plus, reviewers say that the 3-Series is better looking and more comfortable. If you're comparing the 1-Series to other upscale small cars, it's a compelling choice. But, in the grand scheme of things, you may be able to get more space, better performance and slicker styling by going with the 3-Series. If you're watching your budget, reviewers say that the Volkswagen GTI offers a combination of upscale amenities, thrilling performance and reasonable pricing (it starts at about $5,500 less than the 1-Series) that leads the class. Plus, the GTI is available with four passenger doors and a back seat that's useable -- a real contrast to the tiny space in the rear of the 1-Series. Reviewers also recommend the Audi A3 for its available all-wheel drive system and well-crafted interior. The A3 is even available with a diesel engine that gets excellent gas mileage. Details: 2011 BMW 1-Series The 2011 BMW 1-Series has two trims: the 128i and 135i. Both are available as either a coupe or a convertible. Both have a six-cylinder engine, but the 135i is turbocharged. For 2011, changes to the 1-Series are slight. The engine in the 135i has been retuned; while the horsepower rating is the same, it hits maximum power at a lower rpm. Also new for 2011 is an available dual-clutch automatic transmission for the 135i.The BMW 1-Series is an exceptional performer. Reviewers praise BMW for successfully transplanting the brand's DNA into the 1-Series. Edmunds says, "Under the hood are the same powerful engine choices as in the marque's more expensive and larger 3 Series." That said, beware of the 1-Series's fuel economy, which is well below the competition's. Read More 1-Series Exterior - 7.3 (Good) Many reviewers describe the BMW 1-Series as a shrunken 3-Series, but as the Detroit News points out, "Shrinkage is not always good." The styling on the 1-Series remains a sore spot with reviewers. Read More 1-Series Interior - 6.8 (Mediocre) The 1-Series is seriously lacking in rear-seat comfort, though it does have lots of room in the front seats, as well as high-quality materials and construction. Still, reviewers say that even by small car standards, the back seat is too tight. Read More 1-Series Safety - NA The 2011 BMW 1-Series has not been crash tested by either the federal government or insurance industry, but does provide a comprehensive list of standard safety features. Read More 1-Series Reliability - NA The BMW 1-Series comes with BMW's Ultimate Service Warranty for the first four years or 50,000 miles





BMW 1 Series M Sport : Car Review
http://newcarnet.tv The 1 series has always been one of the more controversial members of the BMW range. From the launch of this rather unique five-door hatchback in 2004, the range has grown significantly, so that now -- on the eve of its replacement -- there's also a two-door coupe, a full convertible, and this, the three-door hatchback. Check out the latest car reviews, motoring news and international motor show coverage at http://newcarnet.co.uk





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' BMW 116i ' Test Drive & Review - TheGetawayer
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BMW 118d Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/avtomobil... Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice One of the things I used to admire about BMW was the focus shown by its designers and engineers. They were the snipers of the car industry, lying in wait while the enemy blundered about with smoking tanks and faulty machineguns, and then, boomf, delivering a killer shot that never missed. Once the company had stopped fiddling about with three-wheelers and converted post office vans, it developed a recipe that served it well for nigh on 30 years. All its cars had double headlamps at the front, a straight-six engine in the middle, and rear-wheel drive at the back. There were, in essence, three body styles, five engines and a range of options, so the customer could indulge in a spot of pick'n'mix. You could have a small car with a big engine and no equipment. Or you could have a large car with a small engine and electric everything. But whatever you chose there was a rightness to the feel of the thing. A sense that the company had put driving pleasure above everything else. Then it did a Coca-Cola. The sniper decided he didn't want to be a sniper any more and changed the damn recipe. So we ended up with four-wheel-drive cars that were made in America, and two-seater convertibles, and a wide range of diesel engines. And then it put a chap called Chris Bangle in charge of design. Before Bangle, most BMWs adhered to the same set of rules. They had a lean-forward shark's nose, they had the double-kidney grille, they had grey paint and then there was that little kink on the rear pillar. It's called the Hofmeister kink, after the man who invented it, and it gives the car an aggressive, lean-forward stance. Now, though, all of these design cues have been lost in a sea of planes and creases that probably play well in design circles. But in the real world they don't look modern or sharp. They look daft. Still, at least the BMW badge continued to count for something. Apart from dipping their toe into the mass market with the truly awful 3-series Compact, Beemers were always a cut above norm. They were what you bought to demonstrate that life was treating you well. Only now, with the launch of the 1-series, this last bastion of BMWishness has gone. Because the 1-series, like a Focus or an Astra or a Golf, is a five-door family hatchback. For now, of course, this is great. It means a large number of people who could never afford a BMW in the past can put that blue and white badge on their drive. The neighbours will be impressed. The curtains will twitch. Men will offer their daughters to your sons. But how long will it be, I wonder, before the 1-series does for BMW what Freddie Laker did for air travel? Turns something glamorous and exciting into a "win free save!" orgy of packaged mass transportation. In the early Seventies, if you went to Florida for your holidays you were seen as pretty cool. But now you're seen as a rather stupid oik. The 1-series will be the ruination of the BMW brand. Of that I have no doubt. But at the moment, despite the lost vision and the appointment of Bangle, that ruination has not yet got into its stride. For now you can still buy a Beemer and survive the experience with your dignity intact. The question is, should you? And to answer that, we have to work out if the 1-series is any good. The advertisements tell us, endlessly, that unlike any other family hatchback on the market it has rear-wheel drive. And that's great. Rear-wheel drive is a significant part of BMW's DNA. In a front-wheel-drive car the front wheels have to deal with the steering and the delivery of the engine's power to the road. It's a tough job and in most cases, for the purist at least, the end result is deeply unsatisfying. With rear-wheel drive the back wheels do the power delivery, leaving those at the front to get on with steering. It's a much more expensive option but the result is balance. And balance is a building block on which something spectacular can be created.





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Fifth Gear - Mercedes Benz A200 (W169) vs. BMW 1 Series (E87)
Vicki test drives the A200, which in my mind is a pretty lame car. Read more here: http://bit.ly/9Wk2Gt





Street BMW Drifting - E87 vs. E46
2 Bimmers (116i E87 and 318i E46) drifting on public roads.





CRAZY BMW M5 PLAYING WITH PORSCHE TURBO, AUDI R8, COOPER S, FERRARI F430 on Highway GUMBALL 3000
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