The 228i from the German manufacturer of cars, the BMW, is a fun but premium coupe.
BMW 228i Coupe Engine
The engine that this coupe is equipped with is 4 cylinders, 2.0 liters engine with a power of 245 HP and a torque of 350 NM. This motor runs with petrol. More than that, the maximum output power (T) for this type of engine is delivered at 5000 RPM. Specific to BMW, the 228i Coupe has the wheel drive locate at the rear. Being regarded as a rather fast car, the top speed for this vehicle is of 250 km/h, while the acceleration has a value of 5.8 seconds.
The 228i Coupe Gearbox
This car is equipped with a manual gearbox and doesn’t have the start stop function. Regarding the fuel consumption, this is a plus because, typically, this kind of gearbox improves the value regarding the real fuel consumption.
BMW 228i Real MPG
When talking about fast cars, we think about cars which consume rather high quantities of fuel. In this case, for the 228i Coupe, the fuel consumption showed by the manufacturer is 6,6 liters / 100km or 43 MPG (UK) - 36 MPG (US). In reality, this value is always higher because there are other factors that the company which produces the vehicle doesn’t take it in consideration. These factors can dramatically increase the real MPG of a car. As well, the catalog value for the fuel consumption is obtained in a lab, in a safe environment and the car is tested at low HP.
The BMW 228i Real MPG is 9,7 liters / 100km or 29 MPG (UK) - 24 MPG (US). As seen this numbers are higher than the ones declared by the company, because our algorithms take in consideration a series of factors that we regard as important. Such factors can be the gearbox type, the car class, tires, capacity of engine and others. More than that, the fuel consumption can be influenced by the way that one drives a car. For exemple a more aggressive way to drive it will increase accordingly the MPG experienced.
In conclusion, the BMW 228i Coupe is a great car, with premium materials, high speed and great acceleration which consumes a rather high quantity of gasoline of 9,7 liters per 100 km according to our calculations.