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>> The littlest BMW is of course the one series and now that family has a crossover. This, the X1, the U.S. will get the version labeled 28I which is moved around by a 2.8 liter straight six, 258 horsepower, a six speed automatic and X drive, all-wheel drive adds up to a 0 to 60 time a little under seven seconds, while still offering 25 miles per gallon average. Now part of how they get that MPG is a novel new kind of oil pump that only pumps as much pressure as the engine needs, lowering some drag on the motor by not just pumping the same volume and the same RPMs all the time. This vehicle should cost somewhere in the mid 30's when it hits showrooms in the U.S., mid 2010 as a 2011 model.
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