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  2. Automotive industry in the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    A BMW dealership in the Philippines. Between 1994 and 1997, the BMW 3 Series (E36) was assembled locally in the form of SKD kits. BMW Philippines is currently an owned subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation, and the official importer and distributor of BMW vehicles in the country. Ford

  3. List of BMW vehicles - Wikipedia

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    From 1976 to 1986, various models using a 3.2 litre version of the M30 engine were named 533i, 633i, etc. Similarly, from 1987 to 1992, the models using a 3.4 litre version of the M30 engine were named 535i, 635i, etc. The 1982 to 1987 models using a 2.7 litre version of the M20 were called the 325e and 525e (528e in the United States).

  4. BMW - Wikipedia

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    The first car sold as a BMW was a rebadged BMW Dixi called the BMW 3/15, following BMW's acquisition of the car manufacturer Automobilwerk Eisenach. Throughout the 1930s, BMW expanded its range into sports cars and larger luxury cars. Aircraft engines, motorcycles, and automobiles would be BMW's main products until World War II.

  5. Mini Hatch - Wikipedia

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    The Mini (stylised as MINI) supermini range, marketed under various names such as Mini Cooper, Mini Hatch, Mini Hardtop, Mini One, and Mini John Cooper Works, are a family of retro-styled three-door hatchback, two-door convertible, and five-door hatchback (since 2014). The range was introduced in July 2001, following the acquisition of the Mini ...

  6. List of countries and territories by motor vehicles per capita

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    China became the world's largest new car market in 2009. Countries and territories listed by the number of road motor vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants are as follows. Motor vehicles include cars, vans, buses, freight, and other trucks, but exclude two-wheelers. Country or territory. Motor vehicles.

  7. Brilliance Auto Group - Wikipedia

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    Brilliance Auto dealership in Beijing, China. Huachen Automotive Group Holdings Co. Ltd., known for its brand name Brilliance Auto Group, was a Chinese multinational automobile manufacturer holding company headquartered in Shenyang. [6] Its products include automobiles, microvans, and automotive components. [7]

  8. BMW 4 Series (F32) - Wikipedia

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    BMW 4 Series (G22) The first generation of the BMW 4 Series consists of the BMW F32 (coupé version), BMW F33 (convertible version) and BMW F36 (five-door liftback version, [6] [7] [8] marketed as 'Gran Coupé') compact executive cars. The F32/F33/F36 was produced from 2014 to 2020 and is often collectively referred to as the F32.

  9. Category:BMW vehicles - Wikipedia

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    BMW (Bayerische Motoren-Werke) is a German manufacturer of motorcycles and automobiles, ... BMW racing cars‎ (19 P) Rolls-Royce Motor Cars vehicles‎ (11 P) S.