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M135i Sport Line (Germany, 2012)

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BMWBMWBMWGermany, 1918 > present87 models
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revealed the new three-door 1-Series1 Series Gen.2 [F20] BMW 1 Series Gen.2 [F20] Germany, 2011 > present166 versions
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variant with the M135iConcept M135iBMW Concept M135iGermany, 2012 > 20127 photos
at the top of the range in 2012. It also added the 114i as the new entry-level car. By the end of the year 2012, the 1-Series is also available with BMW's xDrive all-wheel drive system optionally available on the M135i, 118i118iBMW 118iGermany, 2011 > present5 photos
and 120d120d SportBMW 120d SportGermany, 2011 > present2 photos

The new three-door 1-Series is far more attractive than its five-door sibling. The car appears light and agile with large head lights and larger doors. The car is 85mm longer, has a 30mm longer wheelbase, wider track by 51mm in the front and 72mm in the rear and 17mm wider width overall. The larger exterior dimensions translate to 21mm more legroom in the rear, 30 more liters of luggage space and a fold-able rear seat. At least on the M135i, it also has a deeper front bumper. The M135i also has lower side sills. 

The three-door is available with a variety of power options. The 114i has 102hp; the 116i116i Urban AutomaticBMW 116i Urban AutomaticGermany, 2011 > present2 photos
has 136hp, 125i has 218hp, 116d116d Urban AutomaticBMW 116d Urban AutomaticGermany, 2011 > present2 photos
with 116hp, 118d118d Sport AutomaticBMW 118d Sport AutomaticGermany, 2011 > present2 photos
with 143hp, 125d125dBMW 125dGermany, 2012 > present1 photo
with 218hp, 116d EfficientDynamics with 116hp but 99g/km of CO2 emissions. The M135i uses BMW's turbocharged 3.0 liter, inline 6 with 320hp. 

The M135i comes standard with an M tuned suspension, more aggressive body, and larger, 18in standard wheels. It accelerates to 100km/h in 5.1 seconds with a 250km/h electronically limited top speed. Average fuel consumption is 8l/100km of petrol. It is availablewith either a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The automatic transmission cuts fuel use to 7.5l/100km. 

The M135i is optionally available with the BMW Sport Line, BMW Urban Line and M Sport Package. Idrive, high-beam assist, adaptive headlights, rear view camera, lane departure warning with rear collision warning, parking assistant and adaptive cruise control are also available options. 

The 3-door, 1-Series will be available later in 2012, but BMW did not announce the prices for any of the models yet.



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