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Introducing the BMW 633 CSI 1979
The BMW 633 CSi is classed as a Large / Luxury Cars by the majority of its drivers.

The Engine is3210 ccm (194,89 cubic inches) and is situated in the Front of the vehicle.BMW 633 CSi vehicles has 2 valves per cyliner in a in-line, 6-cyl engine

The 633 CSi has a maximum power output of 197.4 PS (144,28 kW or 194,03 HP) at 5500 Rev. per min. with torque 285.00 Nm (28,95 kgf-m or 209,15 ft.lbs) at 4300 Rev. per min.

More informaion is available on the BMW 633 CSi 1979 in our easy to follow table below

  Specifications Table
Catagory Large / Luxury Cars  Chasis Coupe 
Engine 3210 ccm (194,89 cubic inches)  Turning Circle 11 m (438,70 inches) 
Engine Position Front  CO2 Emissions  
Valves per Cyl Length 4760 mm (186,46 inches) 
Max Torque 285.00 Nm (28,95 kgf-m or 209,15 ft.lbs) at 4300 Rev. per min.  Height 1390 mm (54,43 inches) 
Max Power 197.4 PS (144,28 kW or 194,03 HP) at 5500 Rev. per min.  Width 1760 mm (68,95 inches) 
Bore/Stroke 89.0 x 86.0 mm (3,48 x 3.4 inches)  Max Weight(loaded)  
Engine Type in-line, 6-cyl  Towing Weight  
Compression 9.3:1  Ground Clearance 150 mm (5,87 inches) 
Top Speed   Wheelbase 2640 mm (103,38 inches) 
Fuel   Cooling Liquid 
Transmission Manual, 4-speed  Front Brakes Ventilated disks, 280 mm 
Power to Weight 0.1345 PS/kg  Rear Brakes Ventilated disks, 280 mm 
Seats Front Leg Room  
Passenger Space 4450 litres (1170,12 gallons)  Drag Co-eff  
0-100km (0-60mph)   Cargo Space 450 litres (118,41 gallons) 
Drive Rear  Lubrication Wet sump 
Country of Origin   Fuel Cons mixed  
Front Tyre 195/70-VR14  Fuel Cons Urban  
Doors Fuel Cons Rural  
Rear Tyre 195/70-VR14  Tank Capacity 70.0 litres (18,40 gallons) 
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