Power to the Diesels

Power to the Diesels

There are 1 comment on the BusinessWeek story from Dec 5, 2009, titled Power to the Diesels. In it, BusinessWeek reports that:

BMW wants you to know it's paying attention. As a company whose cars are aimed at people who enjoy performance driving, it may leave some consumers feeling that it's out of step with all things green.

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Since: Dec 09

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#1 Dec 14, 2009
my 335d that i bought in july overheats.bmw dealer/mechanics tell me that is normal.no temp. gauge . any body else with overheating problems on the 335d?

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