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Introducing the BMW 732I 1979
The BMW 732i 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 732i vehicles has valves per cyliner in a in-line, 6-cyl engine

The 732i has a maximum power output of 199.70 PS (146,27 kW or 196,02 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.

Top speeds of cars are not so important anymore more, because of our speed laws, but the BMW 732i has an impresive top speed of 208.0 km/h (128,55 mph) with a Manual, 5-speed transmission.

More informaion is available on the BMW 732i 1979 in our easy to follow table below



Specifications for BMW 732I 1979

CatagoryLarge / Luxury Cars ChasisSedan/saloon 
Engine3210 ccm (194,89 cubic inches) Turning Circle11 m (446,56 inches) 
Engine PositionFront CO2 Emissions 
Valves per Cyl Length4870 mm (190,74 inches) 
Max Torque285.00 Nm (28,95 kgf-m or 209,15 ft.lbs) at 4300 Rev. per min. Height1440 mm (56,42 inches) 
Max Power199.70 PS (146,27 kW or 196,02 HP) at 5500 Rev. per min. Width1810 mm (70,94 inches) 
Bore/Stroke89.0 x 86.0 mm (3,48 x 3.4 inches) Max Weight(loaded) 
Engine Typein-line, 6-cyl Towing Weight 
Compression10.0:1 Ground Clearance150 mm (5,87 inches) 
Top Speed208.0 km/h (128,55 mph) Wheelbase2800 mm (109,65 inches) 
Fuel CoolingLiquid 
TransmissionManual, 5-speed Front Brakes 
Power to Weight0.1331 PS/kg Rear Brakes 
SeatsFront Leg Room 
Passenger Space4450 litres (1170,12 gallons) Drag Co-eff 
0-100km (0-60mph) Cargo Space 
DriveRear Lubrication 
Country of Origin Fuel Cons mixed 
Front Tyre235/45-ZR17 Fuel Cons Urban 
DoorsFuel Cons Rural 
Rear Tyre225/50-VR16 Tank Capacity100.0 litres (26,29 gallons) 


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