As standard, the BMW M135i comes with all-wheel drive, limited slip differential on the front axle, eight-speed automatic and five doors. The only color free of charge is alpine white, the base rims measure 18 inches. The six-cylinder of the predecessor gave way to a two-liter turbo four-cylinder with powerful 306 hp. In conjunction with the “xDrive” all-wheel drive, the Hot Hatch sprints from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds. Sports attributes such as M sports brakes, M sports suspension with ten millimeters lowering, M sports steering, a rear spoiler, sports seats and an M leather steering wheel are of course standard. Actually, BMW is calling for at least 51,450 euros for the M135i, but carwow.de currently saves up to 10,290 euros (Attention: The transfer costs can reduce the discount by a few hundred euros). That makes a saving of 20 percent! The best offers start there at 42,059 euros. So there is plenty of play money left over if you want to breathe a little more power or lateral dynamics into your M135i. There are extensive tuning kits from Dähler or Lightweight Performance.
As the M135i, the BMW 1 Series is a really fun everyday athlete. This also applies to the third generation F40 without six-cylinder and rear-wheel drive. Typically, a new M135i costs at least 51,450 euros. But it is also much cheaper: At the provider carwow.de the BMW is currently up to 10,290 euros cheaper! (As of October 28, 2021)