Diferencia entre el 850i y el 850ci

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  1. Davidglock

    Davidglock

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    Cuales son las diferencias mas notables entre estos dos modelos, me refiero a los que tienen la misma cilindrada tanto en i como en ci.

    Gracias.
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    Hay 30 caballitos de diferencia 300 y 330, venga, más diferencias...?
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    El i, es un 4998cc3, y el un 5400, el ci solo lo hay automático, y no te se decir el año pero creo que se empezo a fabriar despues del 94
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    no es asi

    hay ci de estas fechas con 300 cv :wink:

    01/1993 - 10/1994, V12 (M70), 5.0l displacement, 300PS, number: unknown (including M70 850i: 20072)

    tampoco totalmente cierto
    hay ci´s con el motor M70 de 5.0 l

    lo que no hay es es ci con el motor 5.4 (M73) manuales, pero si los hay con el 5.0 ( m70, que es el mismo que montaba el i )

    esto esta cogido de www.e31.net
    BMW 850i

    05/1989 - 12/1992, V12 (M70), 5.0l displacement, 300 hp, number: unknown (including M70 850Ci: 20072)

    At the time of its introduction in the beginning of the 1990s it was one of the, if not the advanced car of its time. For the first time there was a twelve-cylinder engine available with a six-speed manual gearbox. New as well was the seat-integrated retaining-system, the integral rear axle (which got perfected in the 850CSi) and the still unique integration of low beams, high beams and fog lights - three lamps - into pop-up headlights.
    The 850i was available with either a 4-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual gearbox.
    Here you will find detailed technical data.
    BMW 850Ci

    01/1993 - 10/1994, V12 (M70), 5.0l displacement, 300PS, number: unknown (including M70 850i: 20072)
    02/1994 - 05/1999, V12 (M73), 5.4l displacement, 326PS, number: 1218


    It is quite tricky to distinguish between the 850i and the 850Ci. You can read from the production table that production of these two models was overlapping for eight months. And the upgrade to the advanced M73 engine did not coincide with the change in the type designation. In addition even material from BMW contradicts itself. You can read in the owner's handbook of a '93 850CSi that the 850Ci has a 300hp engine (the M70). According to BMW production figures the 850Ci does only exist since the M73 engine with 326hp was built into it (1994).
    The 850Ci with M70 engine was available with a 4-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmission, the 850Ci with M73 power plant only with the 5-speed automatic gearbox. So there are no 5.4l 850s that are manual.
    With the introduction of the 850CSi BMW added the shortcut C (for Coupé) to all their coupés. The 850i became the 850Ci. The additional S in CSi means sport. Maybe that should remind of the 635CSi.
    In order to avoid any misunderstandings, the 850 with the M70 engine and 300hp will be called 850i on this website, and the version with 326hp and the M73 engine 850Ci accordingly! Since 01/1993 leather seats became standard, the adaptive 4-speed automatic, folding rear seat backs and the ski bag were introduced.
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