2014 BMW 328d

May 10th, 2014 · 0 Comments · BMW

2014 BMW 328d – BMW extended its U.S. 3-Series lineup with the expansion of another, diesel-controlled form. This model, called the 328d, made its reality debut at the 2013 New York International Auto Show on March 27th and hits showrooms in the fall of 2013.The new 2014 BMW 328d car is joined by the 328d xdrive Sports Wagon. Similarly, as with the various models in the 3 Series lineup, purchasers can request the new 328d in Luxury, or with the M Sport bundle. The 2014 BMW 328d comes fitted with a four-barrel diesel motor and purchasers can select either back-wheel drive or BMW’s Xdrive all-wheel drive. BMW reports around to testing the 2014 BMW 328d that it will convey something like 45 mpg. Past the diesel motor and a couple of insignias, everything else is imparted to whatever remains of the 3 Series lineup.

2014 BMW 328d Mileage

Before the end of this hot time of year, BMW will tackle this issue by presenting the 328d, controlled by a 2.0-liter four-barrel turbo-diesel creating 180 pull and 280 lb-ft of torque. This motor still conveys sufficient execution to quicken to 60 mph in something like seven seconds and will come just with the great eight-velocity ZF programmed transmission. BMW says that mileage, which is not yet finished, ought to enhance by no less than 20 percent over that of the gas-filled 328i programmed, which is appraised at 22 mpg in the city and 34 on the expressway. That computes to about 28 and 40 mpg, and BMW is recommending that the expressway number may come in as high as 45.

2014 BMW 328d M Sport

The 2014 BMW 328d that accomplishes this economy is the N47 that has been around in Europe for a considerable length of time. It has an aluminum piece and head with a solitary, twin-scroll turbocharger offering electronically controlled variable fumes geometry to minimize turbo slack. Crest support weight is 22 psi, and the immediate-infusion framework squirts fuel into the chambers at up to 26,000 psi.


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