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Is BMW planning to bring a diesel 5 Series to America?

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Rumormill: BMW may bring diesel 5 Series to America

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AC Schnitzer gives BMW 1 Series diesel the police package treatment

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Essen 2009: AC Schnitzer gives BMW 123d the police package treatment [w/VIDEO]

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Spy shots: Higher performance MINI diesels spotted testing

MINI is apparently not satisfied with the performance levels of its high mileage MINI D so it's working on something a bit more spritely. The current MINI D is not especially quick right off the line, with a 0-60 time of around 10 seconds from its 108 hp 1.6-liter engine but it does accelerate rapidly once underway. To speed things up a bit, the boffins at MINI HQ have been squirreled away

BMW's Baloga confirms four-cylinder diesels for U.S. market

While some of us here at ABG HQ are major fans of BMW's diesel engines, we were disappointed when BMW opted to enter the U.S. market only with the twin turbo 3.0-liter six cylinder diesel. As fantastic an engine as that is, the 2.0-liter four cylinder is also plenty stron

BMW remains firmly committed to diesel in America

Speaking to an Automotive Press Association luncheon today in Detroit, Jim O'Donnell made it clear that BMW was firmly committed to diesel technology even as it begins to roll out hybrid and electric vehicles. BMW delivered 500 electric MINI Es earlier this summer and recently announced its first two hybrid models, the X6 and 7 ActiveHybrids. Nonetheless, O'Donn

BMW considering diesel 7-series for U.S.

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BMW officially announces new 335d and X5 XDrive35d diesels

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BMW confirms fall launch for U.S. diesels, racing to beat Mercedes

Back in January BMW made the big announcement that it would finally introduce modern clean diesel engines to the U.S. market. At the time the Bavarian manufacturer told us that the new 335d and X5 xDrive35d would be launched by later in 2008 without getting any more specific than that. A blog specializing in news about the blue and white propeller brand is reporting that the new mo

Geneva Motor Show: BMW OK with new CO2 standards for cars

Porsche's CEO may be threating to shutdown production of his vehicles in Europe if new mandatory CO2 emissions standards come into force, but BMW is ready to push ahead. In spite of their reputation as a builder of performance cars, BMW already sells more than forty percent of their vehicles with diesel engines. The BMW M models get all the attention, but most of the volume cars e