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CNET Car Tech reviews the 2008 BMW 135i Coupe.
Although we have some minor criticisms, the 2008 BMW 135i is, overall, an excellent car to drive every day or take out on the track. It scores big in both performance and cabin tech.
CNET Car Tech posts video of the 2008 BMW 135i at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show.
BMW showed off its entry-level 135i sport coupe at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show.
BMW showed off its entry-level 135i sport coupe at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show. But with BMW, "entry-level" means one of the most exciting small cars available. Although the 135i is BMW's smallest four-seater, the company packs its incredible twin-turbo, 3-liter, straight six-cylinder engine under the hood. And best of all, BMW will import the 135i to the U.S.
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BMW released the M version of its 1 Series coupe, a vehicle with a little more horsepower and slightly better handling than the next model down, the 135i. CNET reviews the new car to see if it really earns its M badge.