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      03-22-2014, 01:20 PM   #1
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Different engine in GT than in others BMW?

Hi guys, I ordered a 335d xdrive GT, but when i looked on UK BMW pages, Germany BMW pages and even on .com pages everywhere they said that engine has 600 Nm instead of 630 Nm like other BMW 35d and 40d cars have. Is it possible or is it mistake? Thanks for answers

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      03-23-2014, 01:12 AM   #2
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that's what I've seen as well, so probably not a mistake.
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      03-23-2014, 04:36 AM   #3
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But why did they do it? Why did one of their car have different torque? Thatīs not so easy to make lower torque when power output is the same. You must have different RPMīs or different power output so I think thatīs mistake I think that they forgot to overwrite torque on BMW pages because previous 35d has 306 PS and 600Nm. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_N57 Any other ideas? I donīt want "only" 600 Nm

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I am considering the 335d GT too, and I noticed this as well.

But the 600 Nm torque now gets delivered between 1300-3000 rpm rather than 630 Nm between 1500-2500 rpm. I guess they changed it to better fit the more comfort orientated nature of the GT.
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I am considering the 335d GT too, and I noticed this as well.

But the 600 Nm torque now gets delivered between 1300-3000 rpm rather than 630 Nm between 1500-2500 rpm. I guess they changed it to better fit the more comfort orientated nature of the GT.
My dealer confirm me that engine have 630 Nm, so 600 Nm was mistake.
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Well, the press release states 600 Nm as well as BMWs website...
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