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      03-07-2013, 04:07 AM   #23
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5 Series is a big ol' hector though - it won't be as light on on its feet as a 3'er.
I'd be looking for a 330i if you wanted to stick n/a, if not then a 335i
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      03-07-2013, 04:11 AM   #24
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5 Series is a big ol' hector though - it won't be as light on on its feet as a 3'er.
I'd be looking for a 330i if you wanted to stick n/a, if not then a 335i
Your not helping my budget lol, Can i point my OH in your direction when she hits the roof
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Your not helping my budget lol, Can i point my OH in your direction when she hits the roof
Yeah, no bothers!
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From what everyone has said in this thread, the 335i seems to have at least as good MPG as the rest of petrol engines :|

I did 360 miles on my last tank, 58 litres. That included a few trips into London too. Don't rule it out on mpg it seems
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MPG doesn't really worry me it was just to get some idea. I'm getting 37.1 from the 330D on 100% motorway driving. I think i have the same right foot as Sheps (he has a bigger smile)

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MPG doesn't really worry me it was just to get some idea. I'm getting 37.1 from the 330D on 100% motorway driving. I think i have the same right foot as Sheps (he has a bigger smile)

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Not really a lot you can do with your right foot on the motorway? You should be able to get 32+ from the petrol's on the motorway if you are doing 100%
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Not really a lot you can do with your right foot on the motorway? You should be able to get 32+ from the petrol's on the motorway if you are doing 100%
Use the accelerator??
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Sure, but there is only so fast you can go on a motorway. You can't infinitely increase velocity? Or are you one of those people who spends most of their time braking on the motorway?
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Sure, but there is only so fast you can go on a motorway. You can't infinitely increase velocity? Or are you one of those people who spends most of their time braking on the motorway?
LOL, nope I start work at odd times so have the motorway to myself most of the time.

I don't see the point of sitting a foot behind someone when there trying to overtake as well, I do sit behind folk who don't move over when the middle lane is clear
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