Graham Hill’s Famous Car Review Focuses On The New BMW 1 Series

Friday, 22. July 2011

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BMW 118d (E87) Facelift

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My review this week isn’t some dopey supercar that no-one can afford and if you spurted away from traffic lights in it on full power would leave your small intestines still waiting at the lights. Nope it is a sensible car, the all new BMW 1 Series. It has been a popular car since its introduction because it enables bakers and other business owners who like cars to look like vans for delivering, for example, bread during the day but also able to transport the missus and kids about at the weekend.

OK I might be a bit off beam with that view but the baby BM has now grown a little in size, both inside and out. This means that we are now close to the inside dimensions of a 3 series.

The finish and spec has improved with greater use outside of things that make the car look faster like flared wheel arches and Christmas tree lights in place of side lights and stop lights.

I won’t go through all the changes and variants but I for one like the improvements and if you are in the centre of London, the 1.6d Efficient Dynamics version at 99g/km CO2’s means you avoid congestion charges. Up yours Boris!

So there you have it a new BMW that won’t set the world alight but an improvement on the old model! All we need now is for the Germans to knock 45% off the price for us leasing bods and we could have a great package! By Graham Hill

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