Posts Tagged ‘f22 228i’


Video: M235i Around the Track

02/20/2014 at 8:30 AM
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Some track footage of the M235i Coupe.

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The U.S. pricing for european delivery of the BMW M235i and 228i coupes have been announced at $40,135 and $29,905, respectively.

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A detailed review by a BIMMERPOST member of his M235i test drive.

First impression:
When you first see the car it depends on which angle you see it from from the front 3/4 is nice. If you look at it from a dead profile it looks a little strange. As if somebody chopped off the back and the front. When I get a chance to post the pictures I think you’ll see what I mean. But from an angle, the car looks quite nice. … CONTINUED

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BMW US has announced the initial lease deals for the BMW M235i and 228i. The M235i can be had for $479 per month and the 228i for $359 per month, both on a 36 month lease.

Both deals require a $3000 down payment and a total of $4204 cash due at signing.

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BMW is on the hunt for BMW’s Ultimate Driver. Have you got what it takes? Time to find out: http://po.st/YTUD.

The winner will get the chance to experience every new BMW in 2014.

Video featuring the BMW M235i Coupe.

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Videos showing the BMW 2 Series Coupe in Moonlight Silver and Alpine White.

Autoshows
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European Car Magazine reviews the BMW M235i Racing on the track.

With video as well.

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Grassroot Motorsports drives the BMW M235i Racing around Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s a factory-built race car from BMW designed for privateers and club racers, aimed mostly at Germany’s VLN series at the Nurburgring and similar European series. BMW is entertaining thoughts of bringing it to the US, so they invited us to try it out.

M235i Coupe on Display at BMW Welt

01/31/2014 at 11:30 AM
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The BMW M235i Coupe is now on display at the BMW Welt.

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BMW’s development boss has revealed the company is unlikely to offer a competitor to the Audi A3 Sedan and Mercedes CLA.

Speaking to Wards Auto, Dr. Herbert Diess [BMW board member] said the company sees little need for a sedan smaller than the 3-Series in the United States. He went on to say he sees a “high risk of substitution” where customers would buy the smaller car – presumably the 1-Series sedan or 2-Series Gran Coupe – instead of a more expensive model like the … CONTINUED