How reliable is a 128i?
The BMW 128i Reliability Rating is 3.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 13th out of 17 for luxury compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $801 which means it has higher than average ownership costs. Repairs are more frequent for the 128i, so you may experience a few more visits to your BMW shop than normal.
Are BRZ underpowered?
However, somewhat surprisingly, these comments don’t bother me, because let’s face it, for a performance car the BRZ is fairly underpowered. But for where I live, the low power/low grip ethos works perfectly. North Yorkshire’s roads are tight, technical and undulating – perfect territory for a lightweight sportscar.
How much HP does a 128i have?
The 128i comes with a 3.0-liter inline-six engine that produces 230 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque.
What engine does 2022 BRZ have?
2.4 L 4-cylinder2022 Subaru BRZ / Engine
Did Subaru fix torque dip?
Subaru finally fixed that annoying torque dip for the second-generation BRZ. Subaru introduced the second-generation BRZ for 2022. It features a new, sharper exterior and an updated interior, but it rides on the old BRZ platform.
Is the 128i as good as the 3-series?
Not surprisingly, the 128i benefits from many impressive 3-series virtues. The materials and the fit and finish make it feel every bit as expensive inside as a 3; the only exception is the hard plastic on top of the gauge pod.
What is the difference between the BMW 128i and the 328i?
Truthfully, many of us were more enthused about the less-expensive and more-fuel-friendly 128i, with the silky 230-hp inline-six and six-speed manual carried over from the 328i.
What is the difference between a 128i and 135I?
The 128i saves not only money but also weight. Our 3197-pound car was 223 pounds lighter than the 135i we tested, with a more even front-to-rear weight distribution as well. And it certainly feels plenty powerful, with 0-to-60-mph acceleration happening in 5.8 seconds and the quarter-mile in 14.5 at 96 mph.
How much does a Lamborghini 128i cost?
We were generally impressed, although the price of our well-equipped test car was $42,895, which is getting prohibitively close to the cost of a 335i coupe. Truthfully, many of us were more enthused about the less-expensive and more-fuel-friendly 128i, with the silky 230-hp inline-six and six-speed manual carried over from the 328i.