About BMW 325xi
The BMW 3 Series is the successor to the 02 Series and has been in existence for seven generations. The first generation of the 3 Series was only available as a two-door saloon. Since then, the range has been expanded to include a saloon, convertible, 2-door coupé, 5-door station wagon, liftback, and 3-door hatchback. One of these cars is the BMW 325xi. The second generation, launched in 1982, was only available as a 2-door saloon. A saloon was introduced in 1983 and a convertible in 1985. A station wagon model was also introduced in 1987.
The third generation is the first model to be offered with a sloping body. It is also the first model to be offered with a 6-speed manual transmission, a 5-speed automatic transmission, and a 4-cylinder diesel engine. The multi-link rear suspension is also a major innovation compared to previous generations. That is how this model was developed step by step in the BMW 325xi. The M version of this generation is equipped with an inline six-cylinder engine. It is available as a coupé and cabriolet.
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Only the BMW 325xi is available with all-wheel drive and a 215 hp 3.0L six-cylinder engine. Six transmissions are available, manual or automatic. The new engine of the BMW 325xi is a silky smooth wonder up to 7,000 rpm, highly refined but only moderately lively. The BMW 325xi Sport Wagon is the heaviest model in the series, weighing in at 3,733 kg. It makes acceleration much slower - 60 km/h is reached in seven seconds. You will notice that there are no problems with the gearbox. The gear lever is long, and it's easy to shift to the next gear.
This BMW 325xi exudes a certain luxury. The interior of the BMW 325xi is mainly black with brown seats and panels. It has high-quality details, especially in the boot. The short ends of the carpet are rolled up and securely fastened. Lift the entire roof or just the hinged window. Both hatches are hinged, and the larger one opens. The aluminum front cover of the BMW 325xi is mounted at the top to open the oil tank. The clamp can be fully locked when sensors detect that a firm grip is required. The normal torque split between front and rear wheels is 40/60. But the system can transfer all torque to the front wheels. The xDrive adds around 250 kg to the weight.