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2013 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2013? 
2013 BMW 1 Series

A new higher-performance model joins the BMW 1 Series line for 2013, the 135is. It uses a version of the 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6-cylinder engine that also powers the 135i, but tuned for a power increase from 300 horsepower to 320.

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2012 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2012? 
2012 BMW 1 Series

The 2012 1 Series is given little more than minor tweaks. The most notable update in 2011 was under the hood of the 135i, when it received a more responsive version of the tried-and-true 3.0-liter in-line six. At the same time, the 135i received a 7-speed Double Clutch automatic transmission (optional), while the 128i continued with an optional 6-speed Steptronic automatic. The most significant change on the 2012 BMW 1 Series landscape is the discontinuation of the 1 Series M Coupe. Its limited production run is marked "Sold."

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2011 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2011? 
2011 BMW 1 Series

Most notable update for 2011 is under the hood of the 135i, which receives a new 3.0 liter in-line six. Although horsepower and torque (300/300) remain the same as in 2010, the peak torque is now achieved at a low - make that very low - 1,200 rpm. The 135i also receives the 7-speed Double Clutch Transmission as an available option, while the 128i continues with its optional 6-speed Steptronic.

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2010 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2010? 
2010 BMW 1 Series

HD Radio is made standard on all models, while Automatic High Beams become a new stand-alone option.

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2009 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2009? 
2009 BMW 1 Series

A heated steering wheel is added the 128i's Cold Weather Package and becomes a stand alone option on the 135i. 1 Series cars ordered with navigation receive the latest iDrive system, which includes new menus, programmable memory keys and access to Google Maps.

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2008 BMW 1 Series What's new for 2008? 
2008 BMW 1 Series

Over the years, the entry price of BMW's 3 Series Convertible has swelled to more than $43,000, pushing it out of reach for many buyers. The 1 Series Convertible is nearly $10,000 less expensive, giving more buyers the chance to own a BMW convertible without dipping into their childrens' college funds.

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Good enough to make some 3 Series buyers think twice, the 2013 BMW 1 Series Coupe and Convertible speak to many BMW enthusiasts as well as younger buyers wanting an easier entrée into the joy of driving. And you can enjoy the 1 Series as aggressively as you care to, with an entry-level 128i offering 230 horsepower for around $32,000 and the new up-power 135is costing about $44,000 for its 320 turbocharged horses. Convertible variants across the line add the option of open-air motoring. The 1 Series is a simple, straightforward little package that takes the driving experience seriously.