Another great BMW Performance Center Delivery (PCD) journal, this time featuring the M235i coupe, which appears to be quite popular for PCD.
A beautifully shot M235i coupe review.
Car and Driver performance tests the M235i coupe, achieving some impressive numbers – 0-60 in 4.3 seconds and the quarter mile in 12.9 seconds.
Another great writeup from a Performance Center Delivery of a M235i coupe.
We ride in Tuningwerk’s 1M and M235i on the Nordschleife Nurburgring GP courses…
Recently our friend’s over at Tuningwerk.de asked me IF I would like to come to the Nordschleife to sample some of their products. I asked if they were kidding… because this is like CHRISTMAS DAY to any car (loving)guy!! Why sure, I would LOVE to come! A few days later I found myself in the pit paddock of Nordschleife Grand Prix course. A great place to be! Tuningwerk brought their 720 … CONTINUED
The 2 Series Convertible (F23) is coming at the beginning of 2015 and we’ve got photos of a M235i convertible in nearly fully uncovered form. The F23 convertible features a cloth folding top.
The US market will receive 228i, 228xi and M235i convertible models. Production of demo/dealer models will begin this November and customer cars begin production in January 2015 (per the 2015 model year schedule).
Here are the 2015 model year pricing and ordering guides for the M235i and 228i coupes. Pricing remains the same as the 2014 model year, while xDrive models have been added.
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In this video Deon Joubert tests the M235i at the Killarney track.
Here’s a one-month ownership experience review by a M235i coupe owner.
To not make this yet another redundant review, I will first set the background: I fall under the bigger population of the non-enthusiast population that BMW is trying to please with this car. Oh, well, I could call myself an enthusiast on paper, which is where I live, breathe and dream cars, but have never had the money, or the good fortune of ever driving the true Ms and the Porsches, or even an … CONTINUED