LOS ANGELES – BMW of North America LLC will not offer a 6-cyl. engine in its ’04 6-Series, nor is there a diesel planned for the 7-Series. At a media preview event here for the new 6-Series, BMW also quashes rumors of a refreshed version of its flagship 7-Series sedan at the Paris auto show later this year. The auto maker says the 7-Series will not be updated until its pre-planned freshening sometime in 2005. While on the subject, BMW of North America Chairman and CEO Tom Purves tells ...

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