Take a unique 45 mile journey that features the best stretches of America's most scenic roads to see how far a gallon can take you. Start scrolling to begin your trip.
Make your way through 2 million acres of National Forest.
The 535d has more torque than a Ferrari California.1
On this road, Houston is less than two tanks away in the 328d.
In the 328d, you'll stop for food, not fuel.
Elevation? A whole five feet above sea level.
Create bluer skies with your diesel decision.
It took 30, yes 30, years to build this road.
Today, diesel oil contains 97% less sulfur than it did before.4
See Oregon's first freeway, built in 1955.
Not that you’ll need to stop much.
And at 33 MPG, the 1983 524td was the most efficient at the time, too.
This one road runs along 656 miles of California's coastline.
"I can tell you that BMW's three-way marriage of power, speed and economy is incredibly impressive."
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113 miles of road. 42 bridges. 1 great excuse for a beach detour.
Follow this road and you'll follow the path of the Colorado River.
"675 miles to empty: the stuff of road trip dreams! #BMWDiesel"
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Have a little fun with the narrow lanes and blind corners on Rt. 128.
See part of the 1.5 million acre Hopi Indian Reservation.
Build your BMW Diesel Sedan and take it for a spin.
This popular road runs a figure eight around the Twin Peaks.
"Tearing through the gears in Sport mode, I found myself wishing that the ramp was longer, simply because the experience was fun."
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140 miles of twists and turns. Perfect for the Ultimate Driving Machine®.
You'll need to stop to stretch your legs before the 328d needs to refuel.
See how much you could save each year when you go diesel.
We'd save 1.4 million barrels of oil daily if 1/3 of the U.S. switched to
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