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Old 10-07-2012, 05:08 PM   #16
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This whole naming business is just ridiculous its a good idea to differentiate between the coupes and sedans without having to actually say it but I think theyve waited too long because they have just too many cars out now it mightve been a good idea in the mid 90's when they had just the 3 series 5 series and 7 series.
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Old 10-18-2012, 08:13 PM   #17
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I like the way BMW's styling is going. If you've had the privilege of driving the new F30 335i, they are amazing. Interior is gorgeous, especially in sport trim, and if you drive the Automatic 8 speed, they are pretty decent, getting closer to DCT territory with shift capability. The 6 speed 335i M-Package is a stunning looking car in person, pictures don't do it justice.



It's like a mini M5. I've seen one next to M5 in the same colour combo. Similar styling.
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Old 06-28-2013, 10:26 AM   #18
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I heard recently that BMW is rebranding it's entire lineup.

1 Series will be 4 door - 2 Series will be 2 door.
3 Series will be 4 door - 4 Series will be 2 door.
5 Series will be 4 door - 6 Series will be 2 door.
7 Series will be 4 door - 8 Series will be 2 door (possible future development)

This way if you wont have to say "I've got an 3 Series coupe" you'll just say you have a 4 series, etc.
But:
No sedan in the 1/2 series....
6 series comes in 2 and 4 door (Grand Coupe). Unless you mean the 6 series Grand Coupe will be the new 8 series (but that would be 4 door) ???

I'm confused..................lol
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