|Engine Code||Fuel||Engine Size||Years||Average Price Quote|
|M47 D20 (204D4)||Diesel||2.0 litre||2003 - 2013||£ 1,198|
|N47 D20 C||Diesel||2.0 litre||2003 - 2013||£ 1,226|
|N47 D20 A||Diesel||2.0 litre||2003 - 2013||£ 1,264|
|B47 D20 A||Diesel||2.0 litre||2003 - 2013||£ 2,297|
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The BMW 118d is the best car in the class to drive as it gives strong performance and good handling. Eager drivers will not be disappointed with the BMW 1 Series. It provides more entertainment than any car in its class thanks to an active rear-wheel drive layout, comfortable ride and powerful engines.
Most common problems with BMW 118d engine are:
Firstly the engine has to be warm until the start/stop will kick in, so don't expect it to work 2mins up the road. If you've been driving for a fair bit of time, this could be an indication that your battery isn't holding enough charge to power the start/stop. If your car only does short trips or rarely used, it’s recommended to take it on a long run to fully charge the battery. If the car is regularly used on long trips, it’s recommended to get the battery tested as it could be on its way out.
Coil pack failure is pretty common on the petrol engined versions of the 1-Series. If your engine is running rough or you feel sudden rise and fall of the engine temperature, coil pack failure will be the cause. You may also smell petrol in the cabin with this fault. You will have to change the coil pack to sort out this problem.