2012 BMW 328i Sport Line (F30) Start-Up and Full Vehicle Tour
*First of all, I filmed this video back in April of this year, when I was
still using the slightly older format compared to what I am using right
now. Hence, pardon me for the mistakes and whatnot found throughout the
Anyways, I wanted to film the whole range of BMW 3-Series model lineup
available, from the E21 till the F30. However, after a long period of time
of not being able to find the E21 and E30, I just decided to go ahead and
post the videos that I have so far, starting with the E36 3-Series. So,
this will be the last out of six videos showcasing the 3-Series lineup.
This particular 3-Series in this video is the F30. The F30 is the sixth and
current generation 3-Series.
2011 BMW 535i M-Sport Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 BMW 535i M-Sport. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Thanks again to Hendrick BMW for allowing me to film this vehicle! for more
information on this one as well as others visit www.hendrickbmw.com
2012 BMW 520d vs. 2012 Audi A6 2.0TDI (1080p FULL HD)
Two of Germanys most favoured business cars are BMW 520d (184hp, 380Nm) and
Audi A6 2.0TDI (177hp, 380Nm). While the BMW is equipped with the great ZF
8-speed, Audi still sells the rather unliked "multironic". The acceleration
comparison reveils that there is no big difference in performance, whereas
Audi is offering the more sophisticated LED light-system. Please Like /
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New BMW 5 Series vs new Mercedes E-Class - Auto Express
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Few areas of the new car market are more fiercely fought for than the
executive car class - as you'll find out in this video review. We test two
cars - the BMW 520D and the Mercedes E220.
Mercedes has only recently revised the E-Class, after just four years,
telling of how competitive things are in this class. Meanwhile, BMW has
just pulled the wraps of its 5 Series, too.
From the outside, the new BMW 5 Series looks pretty similar to the old
version, but those with a keen eye will notice tweaked headlamps and
re-profiled bumpers. It gets a 520-litre boot, but this is 20 litres less
than what the Mercedes has to offer. Plus, you have to pay an extra £420
for a split fold rear seat.
Mercedes has taken a bolder approach in its facelift of the E-Class -
bringing you redesigned flanks, bold LED headlamps and a completely new
grille. Still, it looks a little boring alongside the sporty 5 Series, and
it's a similar story inside. But, it does get a roomier 540-litre boot.
The Mercedes provides a sensible drive - the standard adaptive dampers give
a really soft ride and the steering is direct and well-weighted. But, it's
just not that fun.
BMW, on the other hand, has a reputation for building fun-to-drive cars,
and this latest 5 Series is no exception. It manages corners with
excellence, has beautifully balanced rear-wheel-drive handling and direct
steering that's very well-weighted.
Both the BMW and the Mercedes cost around £32,000, while the Mercedes
emits 120g/km of CO2 and the BMW, 119g/km. Ultimately, both are going to be
chosen as company cars, but which one do you go for? The Mercedes is very
comfortable and quiet, but the BMW is equally desirable and better to
drive. Watch the video review and see what you think.
BMW 5 Series saloon (2010 - 2013) review - CarBuyer
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Despite a sharper focus on comfort, BMW's latest 5 Series saloon is still a
popular choice for business buyers looking for a sporting executive model.
And although it looks plainer, the new 5 Series is more technologically
sophisticated and desirable than ever before. All cars get
'EfficientDynamics' equipment -- which includes a stop-start system on the
520d that cuts the engine in queuing traffic to save fuel. All of this
ensures that the 5 Series is fun to drive, and green, too. By far the
biggest seller is the 181bhp 520d, which returns an impressive 56.5mpg. SE
or M Sport trims are available, the latter bringing more aggressive styling
and firmer suspension.
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Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011