Is the 2011 BMW 128i reliable?

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.

Is the 2011 BMW 128i reliable?

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.

How much horsepower I does a 2011 BMW 128i have?

230 hp2011 BMW 128i / Horsepower
The 128i makes 230 horsepower, while the 135i makes 300 horsepower. A six-speed manual transmission comes standard on all models, although a six-speed automatic is available.

Is the 128i fast?

BMW said the 128i Coupe could get to 60 mph from a standing start in 6.1-seconds. That’s not blistering fast but it is plain old fast.

What are the changes to the BMW 128i for 2011?

The 128i competes with other performance cars like the Mazda RX-8 and Nissan 370Z. Other than changing some optional packages around, BMW made no significant changes to the BMW 128 for 2011.

What is the difference between a 128i&135i Ford Mustang?

The base 128i is powered by an inline-six-cylinder engine that drives the rear wheels. Both body styles also come with a more powerful turbocharged engine as 135i models, covered in a separate report in the Cars.com Research section.

What kind of seats does a BMW 128i have?

Front occupants sit on bucket seats, and the backseat has room for two. Convertible’s leather seats have BMW’s Sun Reflective Technology, which is designed to lower the temperature of seats exposed to sunlight BMW’s inline-six-cylinder engine makes 230 horsepower in the 128i.

What are the differences between the BMW 128 and 3 Series coupe?

Other than changing some optional packages around, BMW made no significant changes to the BMW 128 for 2011. Compared to the 3 Series coupe, the 128i features a more upright grille and a C-pillar that’s not as sleekly styled. A pronounced sheet metal crease runs the length of the coupe’s sides, which are otherwise relatively smooth.