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The BMW 135i Coupe ($39,050) includes a firmer sport suspension and high-performance brakes, M Sport aero body kit, adaptive xenon headlights with washers, sunroof, Gray Poplar wood interior trim, and P215/40YR18 front tires leading P245/35YR18 rears. A 6-speed manual is standard the 7-speed DCT dual clutch automated manual transmission is optional ($450).
The BMW 128i Convertible ($36,600) and BMW 135i Convertible ($43,800) are equipped similarly to their coupe counterparts, except they don't have folding rear seats or a sunroof, and they ride on less radical rubber. The 128i soft top comes with P205/55HR16 run-flat rubber front and rear, while the 135i convertible gets P205/50R17 run-flat tires. Both come with a fully automatic fabric folding top. The BMW 135i Convertible does not have the Coupe's body kit. A 6-speed manual gearbox comes standard on 1 Series Convertibles; the 6-speed automatic is optional on the 128i (no charge); the 7-speed DCT is optional for 135i ($450).
The M Sport Package for the 128i Coupe ($2,450) and 128i Convertible ($2,700) comes with the increased top-speed limiter, M Sport front seats, M Sport steering wheel, aluminum interior trim, Shadowliner trim, body cladding, sport suspension, and performance tires. The coupe also gets a black headliner. The M Sport Package for the 135i Coupe ($1,300) and 135i Convertible ($1,200) includes the increased top-speed limiter, M Sport seats, M Sport steering wheel, black headliner (coupe), Shadowline trim, body cladding, and 18-inch performance tires.
A Premium Package upgrades with leather upholstery, 8-way power front seats with lumbar adjustment, memory for the driver's seat and mirrors, BMW Assist telematics service, Bluetooth wireless cell phone link, auto-dimming power-folding exterior mirrors, wood interior trim, universal garage door opener, auto-dimming rearview mirror, compass, illuminated visor mirrors, and additional interior lights. The 128i coupe version also includes a sunroof. A Convenience Package includes rear park assist, keyless access and starting, steering-linked adaptive xenon headlights, and an alarm. A Cold Weather Package ($900) adds heated front seats, a trunk pass-through with a ski sack, and headlight washers. A Sport Package ($1,300) for the 128i models includes sports suspension, sport seats, Shadowline exterior trim, an increased top-speed limiter, and P205/50R17 front and P225/45R17 rear run-flat tires. You can also add the seats, top-speed limiter, and trim to the 135i ($1,100), which also comes with P215/40R18 front and P245/35R18 rear performance tires.
Options include leather upholstery ($1,450), heated front seats ($500), heated steering wheel ($150), navigation system ($2,100), BMW Assist ($750) with Bluetooth connectivity, Sirius satellite radio ($350), iPod/USB adapter ($400), Smartphone integration ($150), steering wheel shift paddles ($120), Harman Kardon audio ($875), 8-way power front seats ($995), and adaptive xenon headlights ($900). Wood trim is available on the 128i ($500) and can be omitted from the 135i (for no charge).
The BMW 1 Series M Coupe ($46,135) uses a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline six, a 6-speed manual transmission, M3 suspension, M3 disc-compound material, 19-inch light alloy M3 wheels, M variable differential lock, M Dynamic Mode, M Button (selectable throttle mapping), M3 steering wheel, electronic power steering, 12-way power seats, black leather interior, Alcantara trim, orange contrast stitching, Xenon adaptive headlights, and rain sensor. Options: The Convenience Package ($2,700) adds navigation, alarm system, remote access, rear only park-distance control; Premium Package ($2,400) adds auto-dimming mirrors, power front seats, lumbar support, ambiance lighting, BMW Assist automatic post-collision notification, Bluetooth, iPod and USB Adaptor; Heated Front Seats ($500); BMW Assist/Bluetooth ($750); Satellite radio ($350); Harman Kardon audio ($875); iPod/USB Adaptor ($400); BMW Apps ($250).
Safety features that come standard on the 1 Series include dual front airbags, seat-mounted front side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags (coupe only), ABS, electronic stability control, traction control, cornering brake control, and launch control for getting started on slippery surfaces. The brake lights include a panic-braking mode that lights up the entire lens extra bright whenever the brake pedal is stomped hard. The federally mandated tire-pressure monitor is standard. BMW 128i Coupe ($30,950); 128i Convertible ($36,600); 135i Coupe ($39,050), 135i Convertible ($43,800); 1 Series M Coupe ($46,135).