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  • [[Category:Sedans]] [[Category:Sports sedans]]
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  • [[Category:Sedans]] [[Category:Sports sedans]]
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  • [[Category:Sedans]] [[Category:Sports sedans]]
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  • The '''BMW 3200 CS''' is a sports touring car first presented by [[BMW]] at the 1961 [[Frankfurt Motor Show]] ...uced in 1965. Using the platform of the new [[BMW New Class|middle class sedans]], the 2000 CS would sell in much greater numbers than the 3200 CS had mana
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  • ...it was never a large-volume seller. The '02 series, many claim, began the 'sports sedan' movement worldwide{{Who|date=August 2008}}. ...with the introduction of the 2800CS by modeling it after the 2500 and 2800 sedans.
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  • ...nd exterior styling. The objective of BMW M is to sell factory production sports cars that are comfortable enough for everyday use while offering uncompromi ...ptions. For example, both the [[BMW E39|E39]] and [[BMW E60|E60]] 5 series sedans had optional aerodynamic packages that included strongly influenced [[BMW M
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  • ...f [[BMW]]'s [[BMW 2002|2002]] [[automobile]] model line. It was a two door sports [[sedan (car)|sedan]] based on the four door [[BMW 1500]] of 1961. BMW's 2002 Series is credited for inventing the category for compact sporting sedans, a category
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  • The '''BMW 335''' is six cylinder sports sedan produced by [[BMW|the Bavarian firm]] between 1939 and 1941. [[Category:Sedans]]
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  • ===Sedans=== ...odel, which was lighter, smaller, and considered to be more of a pure-bred sports car by enthusiasts.
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  • ...edan and as a two or (more unusually) four door cabriolet. The [[BMW 327]] sports [[coupé]] and [[BMW 328]] [[roadster]] were based on the 326. The streamli [[Category:Sedans]]
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  • ...arketed as a daily driver and a track ready race car, M3's popularity as a sports sedan raised customer awareness of the 3 series brand. ...the first 3-Series was a 2-door model only. The [[BMW New Class|New Class sedans]] would be replaced by the [[BMW 5 Series|5 Series]]. A factory authorised
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  • ...[Midsize car|Midsize]] [[Vehicle size class|(E)]] [[luxury car|luxury]] [[Sports sedan]] ...gh performance version of the range, and is one of the highest performance sedans on the market. Like all BMW 'M' cars, it balances superb handling with powe
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  • ...ports Activity Vehicle]]) instead of an ''[[Sport utility vehicle|SUV]]'' (Sports Utility Vehicle). ...]] is the development name for the current X5 [[BMW_Sports_Activity_Series|Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV)]]. It replaced the [[BMW E53]] in November 2006. The
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  • ...pported the reputation BMW had acquired in the 1930s for building sporting sedans. Improving performance also caused the model to become popular with members ...of the 501 in order to reassert BMW’s reputation as a producer of sporting sedans. It shared the body of the 501, but addressed that car’s perceived perfor
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  • ...MW 1 Series|1 Series]] was launched in September 2004. In mid-2005 the E46 sedans were phased out with the introduction of the new [[BMW E90|E90]] saloons. T ...erent wheels. Wheel sizes ranged from 15" for the base models, 17" for the sports package, 18" for the performance package, and optional 19" wheels for the M
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  • ...M5|M5]] is a continuation of [[BMW|BMW's]] [[BMW M5|M5]] series of sports sedans, based on the [[BMW 5-series|5-series]]. It was produced from 1988 to 1995,
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  • |class= [[Sports car]] ...r number six on the list of [[Sports Car International Top Sports Cars|Top Sports Cars of the 1980s]].
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  • ...carrying capacity of a saloon (sedan), but the overall performance of a [[sports car]]. It utilized the 535i chassis and an evolution of the engine from the ...riable valve timing]] system, and EMC ([[engine management system]]) which sports the most powerful computer processor currently approved for automobiles, th
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  • ...model name to create more of a distinction between the 8 Series and BMW's sedans. The confusion starts when BMW installed the new [[BMW M73#M73B54|M73B54]] As a top-of-the-range sports tourer, the 850CSi took over from the prototype M8. The 850CSi used the sam
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  • The twice-refreshed 7 Series sports a new taillight and reduced height for the trunk lid. The front headlight a [[Category:Sedans]]
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