View Full Version : 318 & 320 & 320si ???

02-23-2006, 05:26 PM
so according to the BMW international website, there are 4-cylinder versions of the E90 sedan.

hp: 129
torque: 133

hp: 150
torque: 148

hp: 173
torque: 148

so my question is, are these guys not coming to Canada or US?

and what is the 320si... does anyone have any info on it? i know there is a WTCC race version of it. but what the deal with the production version?

and why is the 323 not listed on BMW international? i know we have that model here in Canada...

E90 enthusiasts help me!!

M3ti Compact
02-23-2006, 07:02 PM
The last of the BMW 4 cylinders came in the E36 for North America- as far as I know.

BMW NA is aiming at positioning their products in the exclusive category- and that meant, no more 4 cylinders.

About the 323, it is a Canadian only special (because were cheap like that) and from it's spec sheet, it's roughly a detuned version of the european 325.

02-23-2006, 09:09 PM
i think those heavier e90 4bangers will feel like ass compared to light e36's and ever lighter e30's...but i would still wanna try one just to see:)

02-24-2006, 03:47 PM
I hope they dont come here, they will probably be a lot cheaper and suck, and then more ppl will buy them.. lol

02-24-2006, 05:33 PM
ok, well does anyone have any info on these models? can someone tell me more about them? especialy the 320si?

02-24-2006, 10:47 PM
i want all bmw's that are sold to be M3 GTR's. that way, when an m3 gtr is on the used market, it will be worth nothing, cause everyone has em, and then i'll buy it:D

03-15-2006, 01:00 PM
hp: 129
torque: 133

Wow, impressive numbers. Just like e30_kid89 said, imagine with that horsepower and the weight of the car. 0-60mph in under 25 seconds....*thmbsdwn*

03-16-2006, 01:41 PM
yeah, that does seem kind of weak... i dont understand why an E90 318 would have less power than an E36 318. blows my mind.

but the 320 and the 320si are pretty sweet! why the hell can't we get them here. its bullshit.