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Old 05-14-2010, 10:50 PM   #1
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1 Series! The name of the BMW?s front-wheel drive model for 2013

BMW is preparing for 2013 a cheaper alternative for their fans. The model will be called 1 Series, will have front-wheel drive and will offer more interior space. The successor of the current 1 Series, expected in 2011, will keep the rear propulsion. In their quest to maintain the leadership in the premium segment worldwide, BMW [...] Related posts:
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FWD BMW ? I don't know if I would buy one. I can't believe BMW would do that. BMW owners always make fun of FWD Jap cars. I know I use to hang out on BMW forums quite a bit. But after being SO close to buying a 135i sport manual, I ended up buying a loaded 2010 Camaro SS/RS LS3 manual, sure its 3800# but after 15,000 miles with no problems and not even a single rattle, I am very happy with it. Whats funny is the 135i I was going to buy weighs 3400#, and its SO LITTLE. I wish I could own both. But if I could own 2 cars, I think I would add a 335i instead of the 135i.
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BMW already has a front-driver and it's the Mini Cooper... Keep the 1-series a rear-driver!

BTW, Won35i, it's "Japanese," not "Jap." "Jap" is a derogatory term, if you didn't know....
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BMW already has a front-driver and it's the Mini Cooper... Keep the 1-series a rear-driver!

BTW, Won35i, it's "Japanese," not "Jap." "Jap" is a derogatory term, if you didn't know....
Sorry didn't intend any dissrespect. We are ALL GOD's children, I understand.

I agree that the 1-series should stay RWD. My 2010 Camaro has been my first RWD car since 1993, but I did own 3 Toyota RWD(4X4) trucks from 1999-2006 before owning 5 FWD cars from 2006-2009. All Japanese products. Toyota, Honda, Acura.

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