Wednesday, 14 December 2016

BMW 228i xDrive Engine

If you want to make your life exciting, you must go for BMW 228i with smooth drive and muscular engine.

BMW 228i xDrive

The life should be lived with full zeal and zest. One should earn enough to go for luxuries rather than mere needs. In my opinion, car is a need but a car along with BMW tag is a luxury. BMW is a German luxurious vehicles producing company known for its flawless productions in the whole world. This company has cast a spell over the people of every state for the last few years. Although all the cars by BMW are worth purchasing but 2 series is personally my favorite. This article mainly discusses the specialties of elegant BMW 228i xdrive. Find more specialties of bmw cars visit BMW Engine Works.
Interior and exterior:          
As the rest of the 2-series family, the strong 228i is well-built on bones derived from the F30-generation 3-series. Actually it’s the follow-up to the 1-series coupe or convertible; the silhouette is quite similar, but the car is almost 2.5 inches longer, 1.0 inch wider and well stretched 1.2 inches between the axles. And exclusively, for 2015, all-wheel drive is accessible on this littlest BMW for the first time. (It was never ever offered on the 1.) On the 228i, xDrive is simply an $1800 option.

BMW 228i Interior

The 228i comes up with the standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, automatic headlights, automatic wipers, automatic dual-zone climate control, a tilt-and-telescoping leather-wrapped fine steering wheel (along with paddle shifters on automatic-transmission models) and eight-way manual (non-automatic) front seats. The standard electronics array includes audio connectivity and Bluetooth phone, BMW's iDrive electronics interface with a clear 6.5-inch display and a classy seven-speaker sound system with a CD player, HD radio and a USB port.
A Premium package is also available for the 228i, which directly bundles power-folding heated side mirrors, rearview mirrors and auto-dimming side, ambient exterior and interior lighting, keyless entrance and ignition, 10-way power front comfy sport seats, driver memory functions and satellite radio.

BMW 228i xDrive Engine

A muscular 240-hp 228i xDrive coupe is the first four-wheel-drive 2-series test car. As in all of its applications, the powerful BMW 228i engines 2.0-liter four is surprisingly stout. It whips the little coupe to 60 mph in only 5.0 seconds—a tenth behind the back-drive 228i. The AWD version’s quarter-mile absolutely matches the rear-drive at 13.7 seconds and 101 mph. The auditory accompaniment is aggressively gruff, such that you hope to feel coarseness but you don’t. It is about as gnarly as this engine is going to get, and we all like it. We also love how tidy the 2-series feels. It’s refreshing; it's cool, in this age of bloat, to get into a car that really feels compact. Its small size makes it feel as if you could completely steer the 2-series through your front door and straight into the living room, where you would kick back on the couch and prop your heels quickly on the BMW’s roof.

BMW 228i Rear View

I assume that BMW’s engineers might have had ottomans on the brain when they were doing the tuning the 228i xDrive chassis, because it’s a little bit more relaxed than we’d prefer. The steering is exceptionally quick, but it is also light and not particularly communicative. Skid pad grip, at 0.87 g, is more than enough for Sunday drives, but the 183-foot stop from 70 mph would have comfortably landed the 228i in last place in the most-recent minivan comparison test. Just blame the low-rolling-resistance all-season rubber for that one, but the credit fine chassis tuning for extracting otherwise admirable performance in spite of the tires. As it is, the 228i xDrive is really so stable that it had us desiring for more power—say, the M235i’s 320-horse straight-six.

To sum up, it can be said that BMW 228i xDrive is a smart choice indeed!

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