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Smaller is Better in the New BMW X3

Up until now, the BMW X3 was only available with the 3.0-liter, inline six-cylinder engine with intelligent all-wheel drive. By springtime, the X3 xDrive28i will be powered by a smaller, more efficient, high-performance engine. The X3 xDrive35i will still be powered by the V6 engine, but both models will come with a slew of new standard and optional features.

Here's what we know for sure: the new engine isn't new to the...

Express Your Style With the New BMW 3 Series

Here at Kuni BMW we've been pretty excited for the all-new 3 Series to arrive. Now that it's here, we'd like to take just a minute to share some of the more exciting details about it with you.

To start with, on the whole, the new 3 Series is sleeker than ever. It's a bit longer this year, for more storage space and leg room. Engine options include the...

2011 In Review with Kuni BMW

It's amazing how much can change in just a year, isn't it? Major things were happening for the entire auto industry this year, and BMW was no exception. Not only did the automaker add three brand-new models to the lineup, they forged partnerships that are sure to change the shape of the company and the auto market, and tweaked their manufacturing plants to accommodate rapidly changing technology and brand expectations. Before we jump...

BMW Invests More in Lightweight Materials

BMW has been a leading innovator in fast, lean, and efficient luxury cars for years. Each new generation gets ramped up just a bit more. With their recent efforts to use more carbon fiber, this German automaker's sleek and fuel-efficient lineup is becoming safer and more lightweight than ever.

It's hard to argue the utility of carbon fiber - it's stronger and lighter than traditional materials used to build cars. But it...

BMW Announces New Sensor Technology

If you drive a BMW, you know why it's a leader in the luxury class. Vehicles like the 2012 328i and the 2012 X5 xDrive35i consistently win over drivers because of their impressive styling and intelligent design.

Well, the class-leader is about to get a little more intelligent. Most BMW models come with sensors to improve the safety and comfort of the driver. However, even the most advanced sensors these days have a limited...

BMW Navigation Offers Real Time Traffic Information

Today, atlases are more relics of a bygone era than must-have tools. It's difficult to deny navigation systems are better - just ask a BMW driver you know who has one. They'll tell you how great it is to be able to keep their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel while not having to rely on a directionally-challenged co-pilot.

If you haven't already traded in your atlas or printed MapQuest…

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