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I Want More Motor - 2014 BMW 328i xDrive Gran Turismo Long-Term Road Test

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  • ebeaudoinebeaudoin NE IllinoisMember Posts: 509
    As Jeremy Clarkson would say- "POOOOWWWEEERRRRRR!!!!!!" I agree, more power is always fun. As a Honda salesman, I've spent enough time comparing the Accord 4cyl vs. 6cyl and, while I don't need the extra power (and certainly don't want the extra fuel consumption), the V6 is just such a nice, smooth engine.
  • vvkvvk Member Posts: 196
    This is where rear wheel drive and manual transmission would help. A lot.
  • victorminatorvictorminator OttawaMember Posts: 18
    You also forgot to mention the i6 has that signature sound that the 2.0L just cannot match. I've been in the 328i i4 and it does not have THAT nice of a growl at acceleration. At least not when you've heard a BMW inline 6, even in turbo form.

    That to me is the reason I would pay more for the 335i alone.
  • gandeesinlagandeesinla Member Posts: 2
    Power is overrated. It's not a f'n race car.
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