Ha, yeah...I know what you're saying. Open space, water...the list could go on...Again, probably just easier to move...
Just go buy a used Porsche boxster. Tdis are cool but if you want to make power, just go buy it. !
I've actually been thinking about that 335d, but I'm worried about the up keep cost on a 80k mile BMW.Buy a 335d. Find a shop that will cover some “bases.” Whammo!
And also, hey there. Didn’t know we had a member in Claremont. I’m in Pomona.
Sweet, that's about what I thought on reliability...my better half is a little more worried.I can tell you that the 335d is in an entirely different dimension than any 4 cylinder TDI. Fast, silent, comfortable.
Thanks for the succinct reply. Very helpful.all emissions intact and projected power is 330/505.
The F30 platform that makes up the 328d is known as the 3-series where BMW lost its soul. Reviewers didn't like that gen 3-series.
Range/MPG, dependability, torque, and ease/costs of repair. I mostly drive for MPG but like the power when I need it. The feel of the low end torque is great too, slow feels fast. I'd be happy with the power you have.4Gman, I'm curious, what is your objective with a TDI? High hp for light to light, dependability, good fuel economy?
I have a 2014 JSW, 6 sp with a Malone 2.0 tune.
Haven't really looked to far into Audi cause the A3 specs looks similar to the VW. What are the specs on the A6? Would a tuning box effect warranty?I’ve fallen in love with my 16’ A6 TDI platform. Have you considered that route and a tuning box maybe?