Everyman Driver Reviews BMW i3 – Video

3 years ago by Mike Anthony 5

BMW i3.

BMW i3.

Everyman Driver takes a look at the BMW i3, as well as interviewing a BMW insider.

The video above provides a good opportunity to possibly learn more about the i3, including all of its main features / components.

You can gain further information as there is some brief comparing/contrasting to the competitors, with a focus on main points like prices and range.

BMW is really stepping into the “green” and environmentally friendly category. As we hear in the video, the BMW M3 is using a few of these natural interior components found on the i3.

Perhaps in the future, we will see BMW’s entire lineup go to plug-in hybrid and all-electric…maybe.

The video features several exterior and interior shots, so you’ll get a chance to see if the size, looks, etc. meet your needs and desires.

BMW i3 - Doors Open

BMW i3 – Doors Open

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5 responses to "Everyman Driver Reviews BMW i3 – Video"

  1. Foo says:

    “electrical car” — love it.

  2. mhpr262 says:

    BMW should bring out a small two seater runabout based on the same chassis, like the MX-5 Miata. Might be more popular as such a car is not judged as much on its economics.

  3. Josh says:

    Volt now has 80 mile range and LEAF starts at $35k.. BMW electric car “expert” says so.

  4. Foo says:

    I am very unimpressed with Everyman Driver, who is often weirdly contrarian in ways which betray a significant degree of ignorance and laziness.

    For example, when I was shopping for cars, I did a lot of investigation of the 2014 Mazda 3. And in the process found that Everyman Driver was a very extreme outlier in its review. It was the *only* critic in the entire industry who didn’t like the 2014 Mazda 3. While everyone else was fawning over the driving dynamics, looks, and quality of the car, he seemed to ignore all of this. And his MPG results are far off of what others have been reporting: mostly because he wasn’t driving a broken-in car and seems to have not realized that.

    I’ve got no problem with contrarian reviews: they’re quite helpful in general. But I do not like contrarian reviews which are clearly contrarian due to the ignorance of the reviewer.

  5. Mike says:

    wow – they used leather seats because “its natural” ­čÖé