• Nov 6, 2007
Buyers abroad who've opted to equip their BMW 1-series coupe with diesel power now have the option to smack down a few euros on the table for some M-sport kit. The 120d and 123d models can now pack the same visual punch as the 135i, complete with M-specific 17-inch alloys wrapped in 205/50 rubber in the front and 225/45 gumballs in the rear. The package also includes new front and rear fascias, and naturally, there's plenty M-badging to differentiate it from its more sedate siblings. The cost for the additional bits runs 3,300 euros for the 120d and 2,100 euros for the upgraded 123d.

[Source: Auto Motor und Sport]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      Outlet make M packet in all cars

      http://www.x3virtual.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      Just...not...fair...
      • 7 Years Ago
      So you pay more than EUR3,000 for what? "Visual punch", ...wheels and badging? I thought that M-sport meant something else. I guess I'm wrong.
      RobR10
      • 7 Years Ago
      This has to be one of the most terrible looking cars ive seen in awhile. Styling... terrible. Headlights look like bug eyes and the rear of the car is over dramatic with the trunk and just doesnt flow. Dont let me get started on the interior... why spend your money on this... makes not sense. Granted the engine is nice, but thats all you really have going for it besides the emblem of BMW on the front and back.... i guess u would buy this just to say you have a bmw.

      Am i alone on this or is it just me?

      • 7 Years Ago
      Europe gets all the cool cars!

      http://www.1seriesonline.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      Stunners bank www of BMW

      http://bmw.resmoto.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      M-Sport:M::S-Line:S
      • 7 Years Ago
      @seriously I always thought of BMW as a performance car when I was growing up. It's kind of strange you bag on the brand for putting out their 3 liter engine in such a small package - who doesn't like driving small sports cars with a ton of power. You prefer the bulky 6 coupe or something?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Oh, my God. I absolutely want it. I love diesels.

      I learned to drive on a '77 Rabbit diesel. It was a blast to drive. Gutless? No, it could beat anybody off the line, and get ahead of them for a short while. Ideal for city driving.

      I loved that car.

      The thought of a FAST diesel? Too cool.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Dear BMW: Import the 123d 5-door, please.

      Perhaps if I say it enough, it'll happen...
      • 7 Years Ago
      The new MBW series 1 car: a thrill? A steal? or a car for spoiled teenage kids? check out my poll
      http://www.pollsb.com/polls/poll/3593/the-new-bmw-1-series-coupe-costs-around-27-000
        • 7 Years Ago
        All three.

        Or do you not realize that any hot, new, not-Porsche expensive car will snapped up by spoiled teenagers?
        • 7 Years Ago
        you'll definitely see this car on MTV's "My Sweet 16" very often , but i think a lot of older people who remember bmw's of the 80's and earlier would really love this car too.
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