You know how it is, people just keep on complaining, even when cars are as good as BMW has been making them for several decades now.
The newest complain people keep having is about the way the cars have been getting bigger and heavier constantly. For all the plus points of today’s car that’s sadly true.
The 90’s E39 BMW 5 Series is actually smaller than the newest generation of the F30 BMW 3 Series. So what are people are to do when they want a sporty compact sedan?
Unfortunately, they’re pretty much stuck. Don’t worry though, BMW is once again coming to the rescue.
For all my caring of them that may not be exactly the case, the BMW 1 Series sedan will actually be a bit of a late model to get to see.
Mercedes will be introducing a CLA compact late next year while BMW and Audi will have their replies ready sometime in 2014.
By then, they’ll most likely be using 2015 modelyear. Frankly, that’s not the biggest thing to be concerned about with the 1 Series sedan.
We can hope that it will be the finest choice in the segment, but we can’t hope it still has something amazingly BMW inside.
As most reports indicate, by then, the BMW 1 Series will be ditching the beloved RWD setup for a
wrong front wheel drive one.
It could be as fun as possible but we still know that something is missing. Will added practicality be enough to fill the void?