BMW 320d EfficientDynamics Gets 1013 Miles on a Single Tank

Published on May 25th, 2010, 2 Comments

BMW EfficientDynamics isn’t a mere categorical name to impress the economy craving consumers and it does manage to attain a very high fuel economy with very low emission numbers as reported by famous UK motoring journo Tom Ford.

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Tom drove a 320d on a full tank from UK to Munich and back and he managed to travel a whopping 1013 miles. Calculate those numbers a little better and you get 68.9 mpg and do not miss out on the fact that Tom also reported CO2 emissions of only 109g/km. Tom did drive carefully but he mentioned that he wasn’t conscious of the economy run factor and there were times when he even bagged 75.9mpg. He was thoroughly impressed by the 320d as he mentioned that the dubbing EfficientDynamics isn’t merely efficient by its name, only.

BMW announces the 320d EfficientDynamics Edition

Published on Aug 24th, 2009, No Comments

Dealerships in Germany, Spain, France and Italy will be offering a 320d EfficientDynamics Edition alongside the usual 320d edition. The EfficientDynamics edition is said to be the most fuel-efficient and lowest emission BMW in the current model range. This edition is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo diesel engine assisted by an aluminum crankcase, a diesel particulate filter, common rail direct fuel injection with piezo-injectors and variable intake geometry.

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This amalgamation of technology takes the maximum power to 163hp churned between 3,500rpm and 4,200rpm. Also, the maximum of torque of 360Nm is available from 1,750rpm to 3,000rpm. Consequently, the 0 – 100km/h time is 8.2 seconds and the top speed is 225km/h. The efficiency factor is furthered with the use of Brake Energy Regeneration, the Auto Start Stop function, a shift indicator and electronic power steering which function as one only when required.