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BMW 128i (Convertible), 2008: The Weekly Driver

BMW 128i (Convertible), 2008: The Weekly Driver 1After much anticipation, earlier this year BMW introduced to the United States its 128 series. It’s the German manufacturer’s reasonably priced coupe and convertible, and it couldn’t have been introduced at a better time. From my weekly drive with the 128i convertible and its 3.0-liter, 230-horsepower inline six-cylinder engine, the car is an unqualified success.

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BMW X3, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review

BMW X3, 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review 2Like other hilly Central California roads, the drive to Pacheco Pass is not drastically steep, nor is it very high at 1,300 feet of elevation. But the 14-mile stretch of state highway 152 in Santa Clara County is also challenging.

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