A new performance package for the fuel efficient BMW 116d has been released by German car tuning firm Hartge. From the factory the BMW 116d gets an amazing 64.2 mpg, and the CO2 emissions are only 118 per kilometer. Hartge has taken their own plan and created a program to upgrade the ECU, so the final performance numbers are 143 hp and 315 Nm of torque. They may not be impressive, however it is a significant increase from the stock 115 horsepower. Hartge installed a new suspension kit that lowers the BMW 116d by 25 mm and features dual exhaust pipes. Prices have not yet been released on the package from Hartge, however from the factory, the new BMW 116d three-door starts at 17,605 euros including all taxes and license fees. BMW also offers the five-door model that starts at 18,135 euros, and both of these models are already on the market and ready for tuning.
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