2015 BMW i8 Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
What We Don’t Like
The i8 may be one of the most difficult vehicles to get in and out of. While the doors look very futuristic, they force eager occupants to duck under them to get in. Combine that with a high sill height and you have the unenviable experience of ducking and climbing at the same time. Testers commented several times about bumped heads during their time with the car.

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2 thoughts on “2015 BMW i8 Review

  1. I noticed the speedometer has a top end of one sixty, fast enough for me. Guess I’ll do some Googling to find the 0-60 and 1/4 mile stats. Sixty-five mpg combined is a great incentive for you rich people to own one of these cool looking car.

  2. I like that you give both the pro’s and con’s of the cars – that makes for a very interesting article.

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