Is the 2012 BMW 135i reliable?

The BMW 135i Reliability Rating is 2.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 17th out of 17 for luxury compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,031 which means it has poor ownership costs.

Does 2012 BMW 135i have DCT?

The 7-speed dual clutch transmission, or DCT, available for the BMW 135i is an excellent transmission. It uses two clutches, one to hold the current gear and one to ready the next, so shifts are almost seamless.

How fast is a 135i?

2007 BMW 135i Coupe E82 0-60, quarter mile, specs

0-60 mph 5.0 seconds
0-100 kph 5.3 seconds
Quarter mile 14.4 s @ 111 mph
Top speed 250 kph / 155 mph
Price $43,000

Is the 2012 BMW 135i twin-turbo?

Fuel Economy The 135i adds a twin-scroll turbocharger to boost power to 300 horsepower. The 1-Series M Coupe outranks both, with sizzling performance from its two turbos and 335 horsepower.

Did 135i come in manual?

The new gearbox in the N55 engined 135i isn’t an auto, it an automated manual with dual clutches, which replaced the previous conventional Steptronic automatic in the previous N54 135i.

Is BMW 135i fast?

The numbers confirm it, too. Stock, the M135i xDrive would need 4.7 seconds to do 0-100 km/h (62 mph) but, as you’re about to see, this car needs just 3.8 seconds. Furthermore, reaching 250 km/h (155 mph) which used to be this car’s limited top speed, takes about 24 seconds in total.

What year 135i has N54?

The BMW 135i equipped with the N54 twin-turbo straight-six, which ran from 2008 to 2010 in the North American market, offers roughly 300HP and 300lb-ft of torque to drivers from the factory.

What motor does the 2012 BMW 135i have in it?

Although the 135i now has BMW’s N55 single-turbo inline six-cylinder engine, the 1-series M uses the N54 twin-turbo unit that’s also fitted in the Z4 sDrive35is and the 335is.

Is BMW 135i a good car?

The 135i was capable as a track day toy as well as a spirited commuter car, but it does have a few common issues besides rear legroom that were prevalent across the spread of N54-equipped BMWs. However, that doesn’t make it an unreliable car to own and drive every day.