Linux Car Awards

The cars you will see on our website have won our prestigous Linux Car Award. The following artices feature these cars – we hope you enjoy the website.
BMW Z4

The low-slung seats in the BMW Z4 are adjustable either manually or electronically, offering drivers of any height a comfortable ride with ample interior room for driver and passenger alike. Storage space is small and even more so when the roof is down, but a few bags or suitcases can be fitted into the boot. The roof folds up or down in a mere 20 seconds with the push of one button, adding nicely to the panache of the BMW Z4 Coupe. more

BMW M3

Similar to its 3-series little brother, the M3 lacks some interior space. The driver and front-seat passenger are provided with sufficient seating space with variable adjustments to make the ride as comfortable as possible. Rear-seat passengers should find the accommodations comfy unless said passengers are exceedingly leggy. Interior storage space is limited but sufficient cargo room is provided to allow the BMW M3 to be an appealing performance vehicle for daily living.more

BMW X3

Drivers of the used BMW X3 will find the rides to be smooth with a bit of stiffness in the handling. The all-wheel drive has a steadfast grip on the road, providing the driver with a sound ride in inclement weather or off-roading. Tyre and wind noise is at a minimum even in all-wheel drive mode allowing for a relaxing voyage in the cabin by one’s self or with car mates. more

BMW X1

Drivers of the X1 will find the rides to be smooth with a touch of stiffness when the terrain gets rough. The all-wheel drive has a steadfast grip on the road, providing the driver with a sound journey in inclement weather or off-roading. Tyre and wind noise is at a minimum even in all-wheel drive mode. Many customers have reported the interior finish to be disappointing given the BWM name and price, but we all know asthetics are a matter of personal taste.

Standard safety features for the used BMW X1 include six airbags, traction control, ABS, front and rear anti-roll bars, tyre puncture warning system, crash-sensor activations, and child-locking system, to name a few. A first-aid kit and warning triangle are staples of BMW safety and are included in all new vehicles. more

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Welcome to the UK Linux & Open Source Awards 2006

The 2006 awards were held on the 25th October at the Millenium Gloucester Hotel and saw 16 awards being presented to people, products and companies that had been chosen by a panel of judges or voted for by visitors to this website. To see the list of winners click here. …

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BMW X1

Compact, cute, diesel, all-wheel drive, all topped off with an infamous name and the BMW X1 is born. The BMW X1 operates on a 4-cylinder turbo engine with 6-speed manual transmission, offering both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. BMW lists acceleration time at 9.2 seconds 0-62 with a top speed of …

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BMW X3

The BMW X3 is the company’s humble middle child of the X-series. The X3 is a mid-size SUV and offered in three trims to buyers. The BMW X3 operates on a 4-cylinder diesel engine with 6-speed manual transmission, offering both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. BMW lists acceleration times at 6.4 …