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About BMW 135i

As a model of the BMW 1 Series, which is a spiritual successor to the iconic 2002 coupe and a true replacement for the BMW Compact, BMW 135i was built by a famous German manufacturing company, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, more known under its abbreviation BMW, between 2008 and 2013 as a compact small family car. Originally introduced as a model in the first-generation 1 Series lineup, 135i was also described as the successor of the originally BMW E30 M3 of 1990. Competing against the Volkswagen Eos, Lexus IS 350C and Infiniti G37, 135i had only been manufactured for one generation before it was discontinued and replaced.
BMW 135i made its debut for the 2008 model year when the 1 Series was in its first generation. It was offered in two body styles, 2-door coupe (E82) and 2-door convertible (E88) but came in only one trim level. It was available for several packages such as the Premium, Cold Weather, and Technology. Equipped with a sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch wheels, 8-way power front seats, adaptive xenon headlights, an aerodynamic kit, a sunroof as well as optional keyless ignition/entry, auto-dimming mirrors, interior ambient lighting, satellite radio, leather seating and so on, BMW 135i was powered by a turbocharged 3.0 L I6 rated at 300 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque and this engine sent power through either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission (DCT) to the rear wheels.

BMW 135i Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Offering a lengthy list of standard luxury features, true BMW performance, and a surprisingly affordable price, no wonder BMW 135i is at rage among car buyers. However, if you want your 135i to serve you for a long time, please learn about these common problems on it now:
First, you should know the engine failure is not the worst problem on BMW 135i, the worst one is the cooling system failure appearing together with the engine failure. The function of engine failure is to impair vehicle performance and even shorten its lifespan, while the cooling system failure only deteriorates and speeds up all these. According to experienced 135i drivers, if the cooling system leaks coolant and has not adequate coolants, the engine will keep overheating and stay at a high operating temperature. Gradually, it will have performance issues such as misfiring, stalling and even suffering from starting issues. Before the vehicle breaks down completely, you will notice an obvious decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy. Therefore, to avoid the worst situation, you are advised to inspect the 135i oil pan, water pump, valve cover gasket, starter, fuel pump, intake manifold gasket, coolant reservoir, oil filter and air filter thoroughly once Low Coolant Light and Check Engine Light come on.
Second, another serious issue on BMW 135i that troubles drivers a lot would be the transmission failure. Due to lacking enough knowledge about working principles of automobiles, many drivers tend to lose the chance to get this issue solved in time. Since this problem could cause drivability issue and turn you 135i impotent piece of steel, you are advised to solve it as soon as possible. Generally, it often starts with clunking or grinding noises from underneath the vehicle, leaking transmission fluids on the ground and the indicator not matching the gear; then it will evolve in vehicle starting in another gear or not going into any gear as well as difficulty in shifting gears and transmission slippage or surge. All these symptoms should be attributed to the 135o transmission assembly, automatic transmission filter, automatic transmission shifter, transfer case seal and shift cable.
However, depending on simply solving problems is not enough to ensure a safe and comfortable ride. You also need to perform routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts of it as some are bound not to last as long as the vehicle could. 135i seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, fog light, headlight, antenna and cabin air filter should be added to your routine maintenance list since they all play important roles in creating safe and comfortable driving environment.
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