BMW 1 Series M Sport : Car Review

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http://newcarnet.tv The 1 series has always been one of the more controversial members of the BMW range. From the launch of this rather unique five-door hatc…

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Steve Laverick says:

Had the 120d m-sport, has to be one of the best cars Iv driven.

jose carlos fonseca says:

A BMW pode ser um bom, mas tem o pior auto-rádio
Quando está frio/noite o painel é legível e durante escurece e mal se lê

Ryan Tan says:

nice music…

m wey says:

I have exact model on a 10 plate in space grey owned it for over 18 months
handling is brilliant and is a drivers car. its a lot of fun. I get lots of
comments on how it looks how it preforms, £30 a year road tax and even die
hard petrol engine people say is it really a diesel?…if your careful you
will get good mpg but on the motorway you do tend to drive very keen…
this car will sit at 100 mph all day and will return 42 mpg if you stick to
60 to 70 looking around 50 to 60 mpg. as it sticks to the road in summer
months the downside i say is tyres! not cheap if you go run flat all the
time but also when BMW set it up too much positive camber on front burns
the outer edge out. the soloution is remove camber pins move struts over to
negitive and the whole thing changes! even more grip and the tyres last
longer! run flats and the suspension does feel like you hit a pot hole and
the car will snap in half. Apart from that.. All i say is buy one! If you
have an Audi A3 S Line TD sell it its too boring! looks great in blue or
the grey black hides the lines white…well is white 18″ rims look great
and handle well but prepare for a hard ride on bad roads and lots of money
in tyres. 17″ dont look so good but would be great if you want to hit the
DTC button and drift on roundabouts..

Truth says:

Very nice car. Brings the horns out :))

heyden sto says:

amazing car

NEWCARNET says:

@dd00hli CO2 emissions legislation is not unique to the UK. Much of it has
come from Europe but the US has also been focused on the issue for some
time. Carmakers are put under pressure by governments with targets imposed
so that they meet a specific average emission level across their ranges.
Meanwhile car tax is also now widely based on CO2 emissions for a number of
reasons – chief among which is to stimulate demand for newer ‘cleaner’ cars
in the hope of boosting sales.

SirShizuka says:

“its also not heating up the atmosph…” ARE U SERIOUSLY THAT STUPID ?!!!
or just lying? No explanation required there, other than to talk as you do
means that you have been brain washed. I was just thinking “only 119g of
co²” he sais, that’s still the same as cars 20 years ago it just wasn’t
measured. And then i read your dumb-ass retard comment common dude the
world’s climate is on the verge of collapse and some twat is still talking
as if its fiction, it is not.

njdakin says:

Your an ugly twitchy fucker. Annoying cunt. Stop moving your hands and
stopping and starting speaking you bellend.

dd00hli says:

Great vids by the way.

jon quinlan says:

your a very angry man , get some help

Vladimir Jurišić says:

tnx for the video.. i am considering of getting one used.. exactly as this
one.. 118d with m sport package.. still thinking about how much i care
about the occasional back sit occupants and their space..

NEWCARNET says:

@dd00hli Many thanks! We appreciate the feedback.

dd00hli says:

What on earth is the co2 tax burden? Seems like an extra value added tax.
Co2 is actually good for trees and plants. It’s also not heating up the
upper atmosphere. Oh did the British people allow such a tax to be levied
upon them? Add inflation, high cost of living, low employment, stagnant
wages and so called austerity measures and it looks like the rothchild bank
of England really has the UK under its thumb.

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niggettes says:

I have 120d m sport i m hapy nice car

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