What would be the fuel consumption of a fairly maintained 1993 BMW 520i? And is it essential to convert the air cooling system for the present R134 type refrigerant?

Asked by Apr 04, 2012 at 02:41 AM about the 1993 BMW 5 Series

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You should get 16-17 city and 22-23 hwy, slightly better with manual transmission. If you take your car in to get service on A/C system they have to convert it over per EPA standards.

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