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BMW'S NEW S58 ENGINE

723 × 463The first-ever X3M and X4M made headlines in the BMW world this month joining the X5M and X6M completing BMW’s four aggressive SAV and SAC lineup. The X3M is the first in its class since the X3 was created, which is incredible, but what has people buzzing is what is underneath the hood. BMW has dropped a new, high performance engine, the S58. The S58 engine will replace the iconic S55.

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Top 5 M3 (F80) Modifications

917 × 600If you’re anything like me, you love the BMW M3. The M3 has everything you could want in an Ultimate Driving Machine. It’s fast, exciting, aggressive and best of all…. it’s a BMW. BMW has numerous modifications for their M lineup and the M3 is no exception. After countless hours of research and polling multiple BMW M3 owners about their favorite modifications, I have compiled my top 5 mods list. I hope my list is helpful to both the fellow M3 enthusiast and the new M3 drivers alike. Enjoy!
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What is Xdrive?

 xDrive is BMW’s version of all wheel drive. The xDrive system is one step above any other all wheel drive system. BMW wants to ensure their drivers have the absolute best traction no matter the driving situation. It intensifies agility and helps the driver stay in control even when the driver is driving fast or going around tight curves. xDrive is the permanent all wheel drive system BMW offers. You will see xDrive on newer models unless BMW decides to create something down the road to replace the xDrive system.

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Celebrating Thirty Years of the M3 in America


Tomorrow at the SEMA show held in Las Vegas, NV will be a special M3, celebrating the BMW nameplate’s 30th year in the United States. It will be the ‘M3 30 Years American Edition’.  This one of a kind BMW is celebrated with a unique design created and built through BMW Individual.

This unique M3 should have a special edition color, new carbon fiber parts, new wheels, and an individualized interior cabin. The…

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Driving a Manual Vehicle

     A car with a manual transmission, can sometimes be called a stick shift. It typically requires a bit more skill than driving a vehicle with an automatic transmission. When you are driving a vehicle with a manual transmission, you as the drive will be manually shifting the gears yourself rather than letting the vehicle do it for you. The…
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