Continuing BMW’s trend of making the numerical badges on the back of its cars correlate less and less with what’s actually under the hood, the German automaker announced that for 2012 the 528i sedan is abandoning the well-known naturally aspirated 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine for a small-dis
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