Is the BMW 125d a good car?

Is the BMW 125d a good car?

The BMW 125d M Sport is at the top of the 1 Series range, and feels like it. With a subtly sporty bodykit, incredible performance, great handling and amazing fuel economy, this is a worthy alternative to petrol-engined hot hatches. It’s expensive, though. The performance is all you’d expect of the M Sport badge.

What engine is a BMW 125d?


Engine Size 1995cc
Fuel Type Diesel
Transmission Manual
Gearbox 6 Speed
Drivetrain Rear wheel drive

Is BMW 125d twin turbo?

THERE’S a new hero among the BMW 1 Series line-up. However, it’s a three-door and with only half-decent room in the back, especially for taller passengers, The BMW 125d features a 2.0- litre BMW four-cylinder diesel engine with two-stage twin turbo.

What BHP is a BMW 125d?

214 bhp

Power 214 bhp
Top Speed 149 mph
0-60 mph 6.3 secs
Torque 450 Nm, 332 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions 124 g/km

What kind of engine does a BMW 125d M Sport have?

This diesel version of the facelifted BMW 1 Series costs almost as much as the flagship M135i. Your £29,800 doesn’t bag you a melodious straight six, either; instead this 125d M Sport packs a 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel. Cylinder count isn’t always everything, however, and this engine is one of BMW’s latest.

How much does a BMW 125d cost Ved?

It would have been good if BMW had knocked 1g/km of CO2 from the 125d’s emissions figure, though, as it would grant it a VED cost of just £30. Unfortunately, since it’s 121g/km, it’s £110. Considering what the car offers on the performance and economy front, it’s by no means a deal breaker. Should I buy one? No.

What are the specs of a BMW 1 series?

On this page, you will find all of the key specs for the BMW 1-Series Hatchback from overall fuel efficiency in MPG and its top speed in MPH, to running costs, dimensions, data and lots more. With Parkers you’ll find everything you need to know here – this is the most comprehensive source of car specs online. Not the car you’re expecting?

Is the BMW M135i a good sports car?

The M135i, meanwhile, is a genuinely quick car, with proper sports car pace when you driveit hard, but there’s still enough flexibility at low revs to allow you to pootle along comfortably when you have to. The 1 Series may be quite dear to buy, but it won’t necessarily be dear to run.