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      04-25-2006, 10:01 PM   #67
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Here's the standard equipment list (please note: these are UK specs).

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      04-25-2006, 10:43 PM   #68
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This lists many interior lightings but no mention of exterior puddle lights (outside downward directed door handle lights). Since this is the UK basic spec sheet, are the puddle lights not normally standard in the UK? They are standard in the US so I expected to see them listed on this basic spec sheet. Or maybe they wont be on the e92
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      04-25-2006, 11:44 PM   #69
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"Interior lights package. Includes handle-area illumination from the door handle,"
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      04-26-2006, 02:59 AM   #70
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So we (UK people) get Xenon as standard, as well as the automatic seatbelt feeders? Fabulous. Can't wait till we can get the prices for the bigger wheels, leather etc etc.

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      04-26-2006, 04:34 AM   #71
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So we (UK people) get Xenon as standard, as well as the automatic seatbelt feeders? Fabulous. Can't wait till we can get the prices for the bigger wheels, leather etc etc.



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      04-26-2006, 05:12 AM   #72
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Aaaahh of course - I did see those pics elsewhere on the site. It has to be 2C6 wheels I think, unless they introduce more new styles when the M sport models become available.
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      04-26-2006, 05:51 AM   #73
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Like the 2C6 aswell till i saw this pic

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      04-26-2006, 12:42 PM   #74
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"Interior lights package. Includes handle-area illumination from the door handle,"
I read that too. I guess I expected the exterior door lights to be mentioned with the other lighting in the exterior section. Having that mentioned in the Interior section lead me to think maybe that is some inside door handle illumination lighting and not exterior puddle lights. I’m sure you are correct though.
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      04-26-2006, 01:51 PM   #75
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Excellent job, Jason.

I'm very impressed at this site, and the wealth of information I can find here compared to the limited information available at my dealer!
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      04-26-2006, 03:05 PM   #76
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BMW doesn't give us dealers much of anything to go on ever..we had a meeting to go over introduction dates and they wouldn't even let us make a copy of the hand-outs. ;-(

I had to copy this down by hand-

Estimated ‘Production’ and ‘Introduction’ dates


Z4 Coupes May 1 May 27
(No 3.0i coupe only 3.0si and M)

2007 328i and 335i coupes June 1 Sept 1

2007 328xi coupe Sept 1 Oct 1

2007 328i/328xi/335i sedans, 328it/328xit Sept 1 Oct 1

2007 X3 Facelift Sept 1 Oct 27

2007 M6 Convertible Sept 1 Nov 1

2007 X5 3.0 and 4.8 (No 4.4) Oct 1 Nov 24



I visit sites like this to get info to pass along to my customers as well. This one is really well done.

You think the E92 info is sparce...try looking for the new X5 data!!!
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      04-26-2006, 04:46 PM   #77
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Master list updated to reflect information on the 335i turbo engine (N54) PSI level (8.52 PSI)
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Estimated ‘Production’ and ‘Introduction’ dates


Z4 Coupes May 1 May 27
(No 3.0i coupe only 3.0si and M)

2007 328i and 335i coupes June 1 Sept 1

2007 328xi coupe Sept 1 Oct 1

2007 328i/328xi/335i sedans, 328it/328xit Sept 1 Oct 1

2007 X3 Facelift Sept 1 Oct 27

2007 M6 Convertible Sept 1 Nov 1

2007 X5 3.0 and 4.8 (No 4.4) Oct 1 Nov 24


This is very much alike to the info I've been told. The european dates are a bit different, but those are insignificant details only.
Only the E93 is missing here: production starts in Dec 2006, estimated launch Feb / Mar 2007.

The estimated PRs: M6 cabrio - June, new X5 - July, 3er cabrio - August. Also 3-door 1er to be announced, and facelifted X3. New MINI and Rolls-Royce corniche to be announced this year as well. M5 Touring & 2er coupe also possible at the end of the year - or very early 2007.
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When will the 35d get to the e92?
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Why does BMW need 4months for e92 and only 1 month for every other car???
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What will a 328it/328xit be and why is it only slated for the sedan?
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Does any one know the fuel consumption ratings (MPG) on the US versions of the car (328 and 330) ? The price of gas is going to be hectic this summer!
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Does any one know the fuel consumption ratings (MPG) on the US versions of the car (328 and 330) ? The price of gas is going to be hectic this summer!

Nothing official for the US version, but you can get an idea from the UK specs from the chart in the first post of this thread. Here it is for convenience (see the fifth box from the bottom for fuel consumption stats).



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Nothing official for the US version, but you can get an idea from the UK specs from the chart in the first post of this thread. Here it is for convenience (see the fifth box from the bottom for fuel consumption stats).



29.7 mpg? how realistic is that? Specialy with the 2 turbos, I would expect it to be wayy less..
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      04-27-2006, 02:02 AM   #86
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The pressrelease for sweden was out yesterday.
We get 335i, 330i, 325i, 330d and it says that even more engines will come later on. We also get xenons as standard, but not much about the equipment is revealed yet. Nor prices.
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29.7 mpg? how realistic is that? Specialy with the 2 turbos, I would expect it to be wayy less..
As Jason stated that is a UK sheet. The UK uses EU standards for mpg which is different than US mpg. Converting the ltr/100/km to US mpg comes out to be:

335 manual:
city: 16.45 mpg
hwy: 35.11 mpg
combined: 24.76 mpg

335 auto:
city: 17.04 mpg
hwy: 33.6 mpg
combined: 24.76 mpg

Keep in mind these are conversions from UK spec 335 and the mileage may be different in US spec cars as engines get tweaked for our regulations. My guess is a US 335 will get slightly better gas mileage when changed to fit US market regulations.
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Should we do a pool for the estimated EPA figures? 335 manual: 18 city, 28 hwy 328: 20 city, 30 hwy.

Looking forward to the DI, not to mention the diesels.
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