BMW has broken the coupe 2 series in two different models, the 228i and the M235i. The first uses an inline-4 Turbo engine 2.0 liter that produces 240 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. With the standard six-speed manual transmission, BMW predicted ratings of fuel economy of 22/34 mpg (city/highway); the optional eight-speed automatic is waiting for you that we return 23/35 mpg. The 228i also promises a sprint 5.4 seconds to 60 mph when using the mode of Control of release of eight-speed transmission, as well as a top speed limited to 155 miles per hour, depending on the options of packaging or 130 mph. Despite the impressive performance figures, the 228i still has a clear focus on efficiency. Engine stop-start is standard, as a characteristic “coasting” which can disconnect the engine from the automatic transmission when the driver lifts their foot off the accelerator. Models with navigation system have a feature called active driving assistant that tells the driver when begin to afford for a corner, junction or lower limit of speed forward. The BMW Coupe 228i will be offered in two “lines” in addition to the standard configuration. Sports line adds 18 inch wheels, multicolor, outdoor environmental lighting glossy black trim and a choice between the inner wood or brushed aluminum trim. The M sport line has a sport suspension that lowers the car 0.4 inch, wheels-double spoke 18-inch, a tip Chrome exhaust, new side skirts and fascias with large inputs of air, aluminum door sill plates, unique graphic instruments and sport front seats. The BMW M235i, meanwhile, has an engine turbocharged 3.0 liter inline-six classified by 322 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque, enough to send it to 60 mph in 5.0 seconds with the manual transmission six-speed or 4.8 seconds with launch of the automatic Transmission Control function eight speeds. Maximum speed is limited to 155 mph. fuel economy for the M235i is expected to be 22/32 mpg with transmission automatic and 19/28 mpg with the manual transmission. As a performance-oriented version, the BMW M235i also comes standard with larger brakes, a body kit more bold, dampers, Adaptive suspension in two ways, staggered wheels 18 inch with tyres Michelin Pilot Super Sport, sport of variable-effort of direction and height of less than 0.4 inch to the 228i. Customers can opt for 19 inch wheels performance M; a performance suspension M which decrease another 0.4 inch suspension and shock absorbers springs and firmer painted red; and a sport braking M update with large cross drilled brake discs, four-piston front calipers / calipers rear brake and a selection of yellow, orange or red-painted callipers. As standard, a function called active brake differential (ABD-sport) uses the brakes to control the rotation of the wheel, but customers can also pay extra for a mechanical limited-slip differential. Visually, the BMW M235i renowned for the body kit mentioned above, which includes special aerodynamic fins rather than the 228i fog. Front seats of the sport, a lined M leather steering wheel, a star of anthracite, interior trim aluminium and coats of leather for the shifter and parking brake distinguish inside. The M235i can also be optioned in Estoril blue paint, as well as any of the 12 colors offered in the 228i. It will also give blue trim in the keychain and unique graphics red for the instrument cluster. With the 2014 2 Series, BMW has taken the virtues of the outgoing 1 series coupe’s smaller size and sports profile and updated with performance, technology and design from the rest of the alignment of the brand. While the impressive 228i input reasonable price and fuel economy will provide a springboard for many new customers of BMW, are more excited by the high performance of the M235i offer. Pick up the torch by BMW performance two-door and us tide until they eventually M4 coupe and M3 sedan. Prices for the 2014 BMW 228i coupe begins at $33.025, including a $925 destination charge, while the M235i costs $44.025.
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