E30 Bmw 325ic Convertible 5 Speed 116k Original Miles! New Interior 325i 325is on 2040-cars
Talent, Oregon, United States
Engine:2.5L Straight 6 Cylinder Gasoline Fuel
For Sale By:Private Seller
Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Drive Type: RWD
Sub Model: 325ic
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Tan
Number of Cylinders: 6
BMW 3-Series for Sale
- 2007 335i convertible / leather / navigation / one owner / 06 08 328i(US $24,990.00)
- Cox & co. 2008 bmw 335i cv. gps nav, sport pkg, cold weather pkg, comfort access
- 2010 bmw 328i 2dr convertible navigation
- Premium pkg warranty finance carfax sunroof bluetooth
- 1997 bmw 328ic, convertible, 1 owner, only 79k miles, 5 speed manual, leather
- 2002 bmw 330i base sedan 4-door 3.0l...no reserve(US $9,000.00)
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Auto blogWed, 29 Oct 2014 19:00:00 EST
The second-generation BMW X5 M and X6 M have officially made their arrival for the speed-obsessed, crossover-loving masses that aren't willing to turn to Mercedes-AMG or Land Rover Special Operations.
While the new models retain their 4.4-liter, twin-turbocharged V8s, power has increased from 555 horsepower to 567 ponies. Torque is up more significantly, climbing from 500 pound-feet to 553 pound-feet. The extra twist is slightly less accessible, with peak grunt arriving between 2,200 and 5,000 rpm, rather than the earlier model's 1,500 to 5,650. Still, we'll take the ten percent increase in torque as a net win.
The big powertrain switch sees the old X5/6 M's six-speed automatic replaced with an eight-speed Steptronic transmission from BMW M. This new gearbox feeds power to an xDrive all-wheel-drive system that can variably shuffle up to 100 percent of power to either axle. In conjunction with the force-induced thumper under the hood, this powertrain arrangement allows both M models to hit 60 miles per hour in just four seconds. That's a mightily impressive stat in a 5,000-plus-pound vehicle.
When BMW switched its entry level 3 Series, the 328i, from a naturally aspirated, 3.0-liter six-cylinder to a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder, we weren't entirely sure what to think. Sure, from a pure numbers perspective, the new 2.0-liter cooked the old 3.0's goose, delivering more torque at far more accessible engine speeds while boosting horsepower and fuel economy.
While we miss that revvy six-pot, the numbers for the 2.0 were just way too good to pass up. Then we received news of an even less-powerful 2.0-liter 3 Series - the 320i. This was interesting, as it saw BMW delving into a power level previously owned solely by the anemic Lexus IS 250 and its six-cylinder engine.
Could BMW make a sub-200-horsepower sedan that still drove the way we expected a 3 Series to drive? To find out, we borrowed the new 320i for a week of testing.
Here we have Autocar making an unforeseen comparison: the Nissan GT-R against the Alpina B6 at Brands Hatch and on public roads. Steve Sutcliffe clobbers the circuit in the 3,828-pound, all-wheel-drive sports car, then sees how well the 4,114-pound, rear-wheel drive grand tourer does against it.
Sutcliffe says there are quite a few similarities between the two cars, but that's really only on the spec sheet. The Nissan's got two turbos attached to its 3.8-liter V6, 542 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. The Alpina's got two turbos attached to its 4.4-liter V8, 532 hp and 528 lb-ft. But one's brief is to be a monster on the track, the other on the boulevard, and if there's anything the video demonstrates, it's each car's focus.