Does a BMW 125i have a turbo?
The BMW 125i gets a turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Is the BMW 125i a good car?
The 125i is the best application yet of BMW’ new 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine. It fast and composed when you want to have fun, looks the part (especially in M Sport trim) and is comfortable and spacious enough to fulfill family duties, too.
Where are BMW 1 Series made?
Built at the Leipzig factory in Germany, the revamped 1 Series follows the first- and second-gen rear-wheel-drive generations of the compact hatchback and is just one of the eight models assembled at the plant.
What is the BMW 125i?
What is it? Until the arrival of BMW’s blazing 316bhp M135i, this BMW 125i is Munich’s hottest 1-series hatchback currently on sale. Behind the 125i’s comparatively snarling face beats a 2.0-litre twin-scroll turbocharged engine, which pumps out 218bhp, with 228lb ft of twist available between 1350-4800rpm.
Is the 125I the opposite of M Sport?
Keep in mind that all the other ingredients are present – the slick powertrain, sticky chassis, and subtly menacing appearance – and the 125i’s disinterested steering comes as an unexpected slap in the face. Without the desired damping finesse, body control and steering feedback, this car is the opposite of what M Sport represents. Wildcard?
How many miles per gallon does the BMW 125i M-Sport get?
We couldn’t match the official economy figures, but got 37mpg in real-world use. The BMW 125i M-Sport is available now from £26,070.
Is the BMW 125i still worthy of the badge 25i?
The BMW 125i gets a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Is it still worthy of the badge? Don’t be fooled by the boot badge: this isn’t a 1-series with a creamy smooth six-cylinder engine under the bonnet of the sort the ‘25i’ branding would have led you to expect even a couple of years ago.