BMW 325i Touring description

Estate car / wagon BMW 325i Touring has been produced from September, 2007 to September, 2008. It has petrol engine with displacement of 2.5 litres, which produces power of 218 horsepower on 6500 rpm and torque 250 Nm (Newton metres) on 2750 revolutions per minute.

BMW 325i Touring has classical rear wheel drive (RWD) and manual gearbox with 6 gears.
BMW 325i Touring accelerates to speed 100 kilometres per hour in 6.9 seconds. The maximum speed of this car is 248 km/h.

The fuel consumption of this version of BMW 325i Touring in combined mode (combining urban and highway driving) is 7.2 litres per 100km, fuel consumption in city - 9.9 l/100km, fuel consumption on highway - 5.6 l/100km. The capacity of fuel tank is 63 litres, which means you'll be able to drive up to 860 kilometers without refueling in urban cycleand even up to 1120 kilometers on highway.

BMW 3 series safety

During safety testing BMW 3 series has obtained 5 stars from five, which means very high safety level.
Adults (driver and passenger) safety of BMW 3 series is evaluated with five stars, children safety - with four stars, and for pedestrian protection BMW 3 series got one star.

BMW 325i Touring technical data

Model: BMW 325i Touring
Body style: Estate car / wagon
Production period: 2007. September ... 2008. September 
Engine: 2497 cm3 Petrol CO2 emissions: 173 g/km
Power: 218 HP ON 6500 RPM Torque: 250 NM ON 2750 RPM
Gearbox: Manual gearbox (6 gears) Drive type: Rear wheel drive (RWD)
Maximum speed: 248 km/h Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 6.9 seconds
Fuel consumption (l/100km): 7.2 (combined) 9.9 (urban) 5.6 (highway)
Fuel tank capacity: 63 litres
Car dimensions: 4.52m (length) 1.82m (width) 1.44m (height)
Gross weight: 2030 kg
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