BMW Helps Explain the Benefits of Diesel
It would be easy for BMW engineers to spit out a handful of diesel-related vehicle information soaked in complex automotive terms. After all, they are the experts. However, BMW knows that consumers aren't looking to push through convoluted explanations and complicated vernacular when searching for the best fuel alternative. You simply want to know how the technology will affect you.
In order to translate the benefits of diesel into a language pertinent to the average driver, BMW offers up a nifty tool on its website. You simply plug in approximately how many miles you put on your new BMW model per year and BMW will show you how much you could save using the automaker's Advanced Diesel technology. To illustrate, Autohaus BMW has pulled a few driving scenarios.
If you drive 30,000 miles per year:- Save $109
- Drive 146 more miles before refueling
- Keep 610 pounds of carbon emissions from hitting the air
- Save 43 gallons of fuel
If you drive 100,000 miles per year:- Save $365
- Drive 488 more miles before refueling
- Keep 2,034 pounds of carbon emissions from hitting the air
- Save 145 gallons of fuel
Now, Autohaus BMW could go on and on, plugging in mileage numbers and delivering you the results. However, we invite you to visit the BMW site (http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/Uniquely/BMWEfficientDynamics/ExploreAdvancedDiesel.aspx#Calculate_Your_Impact/impact) and give it a try for yourself. Then, head to 3015 S. Hanley Rd. Saint Louis, MO 63143-3613 and speak with one of our knowledgeable brand representatives about the two BMW diesel models currently available in the United States: the 2012 BMW 335 d and 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35d. We're more than happy to go further in depth with you about the BMW Advanced Diesel system.