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BMW F30 330d Kelleners Sport Review

For the last couple of years, the tuning segment grew steadily becoming more than just a phenomenon and evolving into a full on industry, aiming at pleasing people that don't find enough performance in their stock cars.
Kelleners Sport BMW 3 Series 1 photo
Photo: Kelleners Sport
Since the industry recognizes the importance of tuning these days (BMW is actually working with aftermarket manufacturers these days, like Akrapovic) it's only normal that we cover cars developed by such companies in test drives and reviews.

Such a tuner is Kelleners Sport, a rather new appearance on the market but with quality products and an aim to please. Amongst their creations you'll find a reinterpretation of the F30 330d.

Their version has 302 HP and 655 Nm (483 lb-ft) of torque instead of the stock 258 HP and 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) of torque that the Bavarians gave the 3-liter turbo diesel unit under the bonnet.

Other changes include new wheels, new aerodynamic bits and pieces, new interior trims and even new silencers if you desire. Are all these parts worth the trouble? Well, the guys from AutoTopNL took one of these babies out for a spin to find out. You can check out their video below with English subtitles and find out what's what for yourself.

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