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#1 (permalink) Old 08-03-2004, 04:18 AM
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Im at a Tech conference in california right now, and i need some specs for the 1 series. All i really need is the curb weight specs. I would do this myself, but the internet isnt exactly fast on a cell phone modem. Thanks guys!

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4.23m bumper to bumper
1.43m high and 1.75m wide

Both the 118i and the 120i share the same 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine also found in the 3 Series range, but in different states of tune. The 120i is the most powerful of the One's petrol models, thanks to variable camshaft control and variable valve timing. Peak outputs of 110kW and 200Nm result in a 0-100km/h time of 8.7sec and a claimed top speed of 217km/h. Fuel consumption is a claimed 7.4 litres/100km

In 118i tune the engine produces 95kW of power and slightly less torque than the 120i's 200Nm. It also comes with five forward ratios in its manual gearbox, which will reduce straight-line acceleration. Both the 118i and 120i can optioned with a six-speed automatic gearbox

The most powerful 1 Series variant, a 120d 2.0-litre turbodiesel. Its 120kW of power and mighty 340Nm of torque result in a 0-100km/h time of just 7.9sec and endow it with the best in-gear acceleration of any 1 Series.

Wheelbase 2660 mm 104.7 in
Track front 1484 mm 58.4 in
rear 1497 mm 58.9 in
Length 4227 mm 166.4 in
Width 1751 mm 68.9 in
Height 1430 mm 56.3 in
Ground clearance 145 mm 5.7 in
Kerb weight 1350 kg 2976 lb
Weight distribution
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Fuel capacity 50
litres 11
UK Gal 13.2


<span style='color:blue'>&quot;So my BM makes me a flash bastard? Then I guess you're just keeping it real from the seat of your nova?&quot;</span>

<span style='color:gray'>&quot;...and the home of the brave..... is bravey 130bhp from a 7 litre engine? 100bhp/litre or don't bother building it!&quot;</span>

<span style='color:red'>&quot;Aaahh the UK; where every road is jammed, under construction, poorly maintained and unfairly policed, at least we don't get over-taxed for it........ HA HA HA!&quot;</span>
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Originally posted by Mr White G@Aug 3 2004, 04:44 AM
4.23m bumper to bumper
1.43m high and 1.75m wide

Both the 118i and the 120i share the same 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine also found in the 3 Series range, but in different states of tune. The 120i is the most powerful of the One's petrol models, thanks to variable camshaft control and variable valve timing. Peak outputs of 110kW and 200Nm result in a 0-100km/h time of 8.7sec and a claimed top speed of 217km/h. Fuel consumption is a claimed 7.4 litres/100km

In 118i tune the engine produces 95kW of power and slightly less torque than the 120i's 200Nm. It also comes with five forward ratios in its manual gearbox, which will reduce straight-line acceleration. Both the 118i and 120i can optioned with a six-speed automatic gearbox

The most powerful 1 Series variant, a 120d 2.0-litre turbodiesel. Its 120kW of power and mighty 340Nm of torque result in a 0-100km/h time of just 7.9sec and endow it with the best in-gear acceleration of any 1 Series.

Wheelbase 2660 mm 104.7 in
Track front 1484 mm 58.4 in
rear 1497 mm 58.9 in
Length 4227 mm 166.4 in
Width 1751 mm 68.9 in
Height 1430 mm 56.3 in
Ground clearance 145 mm 5.7 in
Kerb weight 1350 kg 2976 lb
Weight distribution
(Front)
Fuel capacity 50
litres 11
UK Gal 13.2

Not bad. But what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

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Is that an African swallow or a European swallow?



(It's supposed to be about 10m/s for the European!!! :lol: )

Are you a Python fan?

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<span style='color:gray'>&quot;...and the home of the brave..... is bravey 130bhp from a 7 litre engine? 100bhp/litre or don't bother building it!&quot;</span>

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Are you a Python fan?
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