Double feat for BMW during a “Best Cars Award” 2018.

Posted on 25. Jan, 2018 by in BMW Canada

Munich. For BMW, a year 2018 starts with a double
feat during a “Best Cars Award”. Both a BMW 5 Series and a BMW X1
explain difficulty victories in a latest reader’s check hold by a trade
biography “auto, engine und sport”. With initial place in a “Upper
Midrange” category, a BMW 5 Series was means to repeat final year’s
success. The Sports Activity Vehicle BMW X1 asserted itself in the
“Compact SUV” class. Moreover, 6 serve stream BMW models were
means to benefit places on a winners’ soap-box in any of their
particular automobile classes. The prizes were presented yesterday during
a gratifying celebration during a International Congress Center Stuttgart (ICS).

The “Best Cars Award” is one of a many desired and
tradition-steeped prizes in a automotive sector. The open survey
hold among readers of “auto, engine und sport” took place this year for
a 42nd time. More than 117,000 readers participated in
a latest voting, in that they were means to select from 378 current
models in eleven automobile categories.

With 28.8 percent of votes, readers chose a BMW 5 Series as their
favourite in a “Upper Midrange” class, a automobile so fortitude the
array of successes it achieved final year when in serve to the
“Best Cars Award” from “auto, engine und sport”, it also won a “Auto
Trophy – World’s Best Cars” from “Auto Zeitung” and was voted “Car of
a Year” in a UK. Furthermore, a BMW 5 Series clinched other
eminent accolades, including a “Red Dot Award” and a “iF Gold
Award” for superb design, a “Car Connectivity Award” and the
pretension “Goldener Computer” for a modernized networking technology. The
BMW 5 Series was also awarded a pretension  “Value Champion 2017”
certifying a above-average value stability.

With a difficulty feat during a “Best Cars Award” 2018, a BMW X1 has
also replicated a progressing successes. In 2016, it was already means to
bind feat in a reader’s check hold by “auto, engine und sport”.
This time, it gained tip place in a difficulty “Compact SUV”, winning
15.9 percent of votes. The compress Sports Activity Vehicle scores not
usually with versatility, reward characteristics and brand-typical
dynamics, though also with unusually innovative networking technology
that is unmatched in a rival environment.

BMW’s success in a stream “Best Cars Award” is also due to a
certain border to a tip 3 places won by 6 serve models. It is
a superb placements warranted by a electrified BMW i automobiles
in a altogether ranking of all stream models that are also
quite noticeable. For example, a quite electrically driven
BMW i3 (combined energy consumption: 13.6 – 13.1 kWh/100 km; combined
CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) achieved 2nd place in a difficulty “Small Car”,
a BMW i8 Coupe with plug-in hybrid expostulate (combined fuel consumption:
1.9 l/100 km; total CO2 emissions: 42 g/km; total power
consumption: 14.0 kWh/100 km) was awarded third place in a category
“Sports Car”.

Overview of BMW indication rankings:

Winner Upper Midrange                    BMW 5 Series
Compact SUVs                      BMW X1
2nd place
Small Cars                          BMW i3
3rd place
Compact Class                   BMW 2 Series Coupe
3rd place Midrange Class                   BMW 4 Series
Gran Coupe
3rd place Sports
Cars                         BMW i8 Coupe
3rd place
Large SUVs                        BMW X3
3rd place
Vans                                                 BMW 2 Series
Active Tourer/BMW 2 Series
Gran Tourer


Further information on central fuel expenditure figures, specific
CO2 glimmer values and a electric energy expenditure of new
newcomer cars is enclosed in a following guideline: “Leitfaden
über Kraftstoffverbrauch, die CO2-Emissionen und basement Stromverbrauch
neuerPersonenkraftwagen” (Guideline for fuel consumption, CO2
emissions and electric energy expenditure of new newcomer cars), which
can be performed from all dealerships, from a Deutsche Automobil
Treuhand GmbH (DAT), Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760
Ostfildern-Scharnhausen and during
LeitfadenCO2 (GuidelineCO2) (PDF ‒ 2.7 MB))

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