Is the BMW 135i reliable?

The BMW 135i Reliability Rating is 2.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 17th out of 17 for luxury compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,031 which means it has poor ownership costs.

Is the 135i fun to drive?

And while a racetrack is the first place that shows off the shortcomings of any street car, the 135i was plenty of fun to drive. The chassis has a near 50/50 weight distribution. The steering, typical of BMW, was sharp and quick to react. The engine is instantly responsive and torque-laden.

How long do BMW 135i last?

You want your BMW 135i to last as long as possible. If you put in the effort to keep up with proper maintenance, your 135i has a good chance of hitting 200,000 miles or more.

What’s high mileage for a BMW?

What is considered high mileage for a BMW? While most BMW’s can last between 100,000 – 250,000 miles, high mileage is actually considered slightly lower than this. Most dealers will avoid stocking BMW’s that are above 100,000, and some even consider 60-80,000 to be high mileage for these cars.

How much HP can a 335i handle?

The N54 can handle around 600-650whp and 550-600wtq on the stock block and internals.

Does 135i and 335i have same engine?

Do both of these cars have the same engine? Yep.

What kind of engine does a BMW 135i have?

BMW 135i 2008/2009/2010/2011… Technical talk specifically related to the N54 and N55 turbo engines, exhaust and drivetrain in the 135i. [2009 128i n51] Driver side… Wheel and Tire Discussions. ► APEX | New 17×9” track… All suspension, chassis, and brake related talk.

What kind of wheels does BMW M135i xDrive have?

The BMW M135i xDrive comes with bespoke polished 18-inch light-alloys, whilst newly designed 19-inch light-alloy wheels are optionally available for this and the M Sport model. For the first time a panoramic roof is available as an option for the BMW 1 Series.

What’s the difference between the BMW F40 and M135i?

At 2,670 millimetres, the wheelbase is 20 millimetres shorter. There have been a number of design changes including a new headlight arrangement, a more wedged shaped silhouette and a pronounced ‘shark nose’. At the front, the BMW kidney grille is larger and, for the first time in this model range, the kidneys merge in the middle.