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Review of the BMW 3 series facelift

With the premium car companies fighting it out to make its way into the garage space of car enthusiasts, BMW has created a strong foothold in the automobile industry by bringing in the latest technology in their cars without sacrificing comfort. 2015 is a striking year for BMW, as it will see the launch of fastest and the most technologically advanced cars, designed by the company.
The BMW 3 series is expected to arrive sometime in the middle of this year and is designed to target the sales of its rivals namely the Jaguar XE, the Mercedes C-Class, Volkswagen Passat and the Audi A3 Saloon.
This car is reported to polish up the efficiency and the styling with fresh infotainment features, new front and rear bumpers, slightly redesigned headlights and a decked out cabin with special attention being paid to the crafting of the interiors.
The BMW 3 series is expected to get the new range of turbocharged three-cylinder diesel and petrol engines which are 1.5-litre units and are more fuel efficient than the current engines in the 316d and 316i models. The car is supposed to have an official 0-60mph time of around 6.0 seconds. The car will come equipped with the standard specifications of air-conditioning, cruise control, alloy wheels, Bluetooth and a general radio.

Review of the BMW X3 xDrive 28d

This new launch is set to take on the Audi Q5 TDI and Mercedes-Benz GLK 250 BlueTEC as its rivals. The makers have invested a whole lot of time and efforts to earn brownie points in the favor of X3d due to the investment of the substantial low end power combined with notable fuel economy gains, making it worthy of the attention of the diesel model buyers.
The car has a 2.0 L four-cylinder Twin Power turbo, 280lb-ft and 180hp diesel engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The car takes 7.7 seconds to hit 60mph and is fitted with BMW’s intelligent rear biased xDrive all-wheel-drive system which promises a smooth and swift ride. The brakes are equally noteworthy as they come with a firm pedal and light-cycle straight stops from 60 of only 113-feet, although the accelerators can be a bit edgy and requires the driver to make efforts with force to affect it.
The car is upgraded with freshened front-end styling with new headlights and striking new interiors.
Hence, the new 2015 BMW X3 xDrive28d is an amazingly economical family truckster.

Review of the BMW M6

Although no striking changes were made in the revamp of the 2013 BMW M6 Coupe model, this car looks, performs and sound magnificently. The car fuses machine with technology, crafting out one of the fastest cars in the market today. It comes with a spiced up interiors, in leather and carbon fiber, though wood is also kept optional for those looking for a traditional luxurious interior, along with an advanced Navigation system that includes an iDrive touchpad controller with an attractive 10.2-inch high resolution touch screen. There’s also a 200-GB hard drive hidden there, 20GB of which is kept for music storage. The seats have twenty different electronic arrangements and an optional full-color heads-up display that presents music, revs, speed limits and navigation, depending on what one opts to see.
BMW has fitted the new M6 with its 560-hp twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8. Those turbos give the car 500 lb-ft of torque at just 1,500 RPMs, so it’s a rocket. The car hits 60mph from a standstill in a mere 4.1 seconds.
The BMW M6 is dotted with cameras and sensors as it is equipped with Lane Departure Warning, a blind spot detection system, a back-up camera, night vision, etc.
The BMW has no doubt produced the most attractive car in the form of M6, with subtle-handsome design, tailored-to-fit drive settings and a racing supercar speed.
So, if you are looking for your touring car, the BMW M6 is the car for you as it drives like a boat, with rocket engines strapped to the back.

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