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  • M Coupes built between 1998 and 2000 are fitted with two different engines, dependin ...n their original engines, bearing shell failures are possible on all S54 M Coupes.
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  • The series consists of U.S.-spec [[BMW]] [[BMW 3-Series | 3-Series]] coupes and sedans (excluding the 325ix model), sold in the United States between [
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  • ...ased on the 3-series level (Z4 came from the talks to convert all 3-series coupes and convertibles to 4-series)
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  • ...four-door E36 was sold from Autumn, 1991, in the United States but the E30 coupes were retained until well into 1992. The E36 convertible was delayed until 1 ===Coupes===
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  • The M30 powered a series of BMW 6-cylinder [[BMW E9|E9]] and [[BMW E24]] coupes to [[European Touring Car Championship]] (ETCC) throughout the '70s and int ...engine, dating back to the [[1968]] [[BMW E3|E3]] sedans and [[BMW E9|E9]] coupes. The last use of the block was the [[1994]] [[BMW E32|E32]] [[BMW 7-Series
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  • ...id=38:sports-cars-muscle-cars&Itemid=69 From Bavaria with Love: The BMW E9 Coupes]
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  • ...e upcoming [[Mercedes-Benz SL-Class]] and [[Mercedes-Benz CL-Class|S-Class coupes]] (later [[Mercedes-Benz_CL-Class#W140|renamed the CL-Class]]). While it ha ...r=on}} with a 6-speed manual gearbox. All in all, 97 5.0 Coupes and 57 5.7 Coupes were built.
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  • ...2000CS coupes were replaced by the [[Straight-6|six-cylinder]] [[BMW E9]] coupes, introduced in 1969 with the 2800CS. [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • ...n owner forums that the 6-speed gearbox in the 2006 & 2007 M roadsters and coupes is prone to grinding when shifting from 1st to 2nd gear at high rpm. Accord
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  • ...nt of valves.</ref>!!Power!!Torque!!0-100 km/h<ref>Figures are for saloons/coupes with manual transmission. Acceleration may be slightly faster for compacts ...form beginning with mid-2003 330i sedans, and the following year for 330Ci coupes & convertibles. This was a trim-level upgrade that included engine, suspens
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  • ...0|M30]] six-cylinder engines as used on the large ''E3'' sedans and ''E9'' coupes. With the exception of the 520i, four-cylinder and 2.0&nbsp;L six-cylinder
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  • ...four-door E36 was sold from Autumn, 1991, in the United States but the E30 coupes were retained until well into 1992. The E36 convertible was delayed until 1 [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • US sales figures include a total of 18,961 coupes, 7,760 sedans and 6,211 convertibles.<ref>All figures: {{cite book |title=S ...ia. This was the final year of production for the mighty E36, with only 50 coupes and 70 convertibles being made. Furthermore, "BMW Individual" were able to
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  • [[Category:Coupes]]
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  • *Coupes: Ascot, Lincock
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