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BMW 1 Series Coupes

BMW 1 Series

About BMW 1 Series

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.

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.

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."

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.

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

For 2010, the 128i's once standard power moonroof is now optional, while HD Radio (once optional) is now standard on all models. Automatic High Beams are made available for the first time.

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 is 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.

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

BMW's last model in the entry-level market, the 318ti, never really caught on with U.S. buyers. With nearly a decade to mull over what went wrong, BMW is once again ready to dip its toes into entry-level luxury waters with the new 1 Series.

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