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BMW's North American customers will have a few more diesel engine options, according to recently leaked information.
By all means, there's little to criticize about a a twin-turbocharged V-8, 560-horsepower super-sedan that hits 0-60 in 3.7 seconds, boasts a potential top speed of 200 mph, and most importantly, wears the BMW roundel on its nose.
German automakers BMW and Volkswagen led July’s volume push from European manufacturers, showing almost universal gains across the board from the companies that posted sales figures.