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Autocar pits the M235i, M4 and Alpina B4 against one another in this comparo to determine which they think is the real modern day M3 coupe.

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BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

By Jens Meiners, BIMMERPOST Correspondent
July 17, 2014

BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

By Jens Meiners, BIMMERPOST Correspondent
July 17, 2014

The news that BMW would expand its portfolio to include front-wheel drive models was hardly met with universal excitement in this community. BMW, of course, is all about rear-wheel drive, a low center of gravity, driving dynamics, emotion. But alas, the times are changing: In recent years, we got the “Gran Turismo” models; we witnessed the demise of the naturally aspirated in-line six; … CONTINUED

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Chris Harris dishes on the M235i experience with limited slip differential (LSD) and M Performance Parts installed.

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The BMW M235i has received a most impressive 98/100 score from Consumer Reports, the highest ever for a BMW model and beating the costlier Porsche 911 and Chevrolet Corvette in road-test reviews.

According to the report, the M235i, which earned 98 out of a possible 100 points, scored better that the discontinued BMW 135i, making it the Munich-based carmaker’s highest-rated vehicle of all time, according to Consumer Reports. That puts BMW close to the score of 99 Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) received from the magazine … CONTINUED

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Autocar looks at the M325i coupe vs the A45 AMG and answers the question – Which is the Better Driver’s Car?

Beautifully Filmed M235i Test Video

06/08/2014 at 1:00 PM
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A beautifully shot M235i coupe review.

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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.

Car Magazine BMW M235i Track Test

05/28/2014 at 2:30 PM
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In this video Deon Joubert tests the M235i at the Killarney track.

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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